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3 mnth baby vomiting
Hello my child is 3 mnth old he has started vomiting like curd in liquid form as i feed him brest milk he removed milk as i make him burp he burps nd then remove the curd form when i make hm sleep he cries nd get up i start make hm burp again he does the same burp thn removes curd nd cries
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Your child must be having gastroesophageal reflux. You can start him on domstal drops for 3 months or so..till his symptoms settle. Its very common in young age group and settle its own with wt gain
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if not responded then we have to undergo some tests after consulting with pediatrician
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try to keep your baby in head up position after feeds.
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It is perfectly normal for 3 month old baby to vomit curd like milk immediately after feeding, especially while burping. This is more like regurgitation than vomiting, quantity is not so much. No need to worry as long as baby is gaining adequate weight and length every week as per standard growth parameters. Usually this problem settles down on its own once baby starts turning to prone position. Treatment with medicines is not always needed.
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Keep doing regular burping after feeds. keep doing frequent monitoring of growth.
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