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Spitting up in babies: What's normal, what's not - Mayo Clinic

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You've just fed your baby breast milk or formula only to watch him or her spit up what seems like all of it. Is this normal? Find out the possible causes of spitting ...

Why babies spit up | BabyCenter

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Reflux causes many babies to spit up milk or formula for the first few months. Learn the difference between vomiting and spitting up, and how to help your baby.

Spitting Up & Reflux in the Breastfed Baby • KellyMom.com

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Dec 12, 2016 ... Babies often spit up when they get too much milk too fast. This may happen when baby feeds very quickly or aggressively, or when mom's ...

Baby Spit Up & Vomit - How to Tell the Difference | Similac®

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All things considered, baby spit-up usually is not an issue. Also called reflux, it is the flow of food from the stomach to the mouth. It is common, not painful, and ...

Spit-Up FAQs - Parents

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Almost all babies have gastroesophageal reflux (GER), usually just called reflux. "Seventy percent of infants under 3 months will spit up three times a day, and ...

Burping, Hiccups, and Spitting Up - HealthyChildren.org

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Nov 21, 2015 ... Spitting up is another common occurrence during infancy. Sometimes spitting up means the baby has eaten more than her stomach can hold; ...

Your Baby: Spitting Up and Vomiting - WebMD

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Apr 5, 2016 ... If you're a parent, you've probably dealt with your fair share of spit-up. Every baby does it at least every now and then. Some do it pretty often, ...

Ask Dr. Sears: Constant Spitting Up | Parenting

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Q. I know it's typical for babies to spit up sometimes, but with my 6-week-old it happens all the time! She's still gaining weight, but is there some way to know if ...

Breastfeeding FAQs: Some Common Concerns - KidsHealth

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Keep your baby upright after feedings — holding the baby is best, since the position of the baby in an infant seat may actually make spitting up more common .