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Does your baby spit up much? Christian seems to spit up with every feeding. He never acts like his belly hurts but still he spits up. I talked to his dr and she said as long as he's gaining weight that she's not concerned about him spitting up. I don't remember my other two spitting up that much though.
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Cassidy spits up at every feeding.. I'm considering switching her formula but need a written okay from a doctor first. She used to spit up when I was breastfeeding but not as much. My son was the same way before we found the right formula for him. He had a doctor that said it was silent reflux but once we got him on the right stuff he didn't at all anymore.
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Romen spits up after every feeding, and was just put on Zantac for reflux. It's only been the past week or so that he's spitting up, and also started becoming super fussy/cranky, sometimes inconsolable. He often will spit up even an hour after eating...
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My girls were spitting up more than 'normal', but we're also having other issues. They would cry/scream a lot, and cough often- a dry cough.
After many talks with the pediatrician, we switched them to Gentlease formula and both are on Zantac for reflux. They're doing better now for the most part.
Also, since my girls have reflux, I have to keep them inclined (so I hold them) for 30-45 mins after each feeding.
This one spits up but she doesnt seem to notice. She eats lots and is gaining so not a concern. It's no longer after every feeding so it's getting better. I ate onions one night and the next day she spit up more and was a different baby so theres one food I can't eat. Thankfully it wasn't chocolate she reacted to, onions are easy to give up!!