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most of the time i fed my daughter her good start formula she throws up? why is that?

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bEbE2OO9x

Asked by bEbE2OO9x at 10:35 PM on Oct. 7, 2009 in Babies (0-12 months)

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  • Talk to your doc; maybe she needs a different formula (soy, lactose-free, sensitive....)
    heartfrommyson

    Answer by heartfrommyson at 10:43 PM on Oct. 7, 2009

  • Could be you squeezed her belly too much when you burped her. But babies spit up sometimes it may not be the formula causing it. Does she throw up all of it or just a little bit?
    Emberbaby

    Answer by Emberbaby at 10:46 PM on Oct. 7, 2009

  • i don't know if it has to be that she's allergic to it or that i'm not burping her right but when i do burp her it takes a while for her to burp shes really gassy too
    bEbE2OO9x

    Answer by bEbE2OO9x at 10:47 PM on Oct. 7, 2009

  • she throws up sometimes and she throws it all out but then afterwards shes hungry again
    bEbE2OO9x

    Answer by bEbE2OO9x at 10:49 PM on Oct. 7, 2009

  • its more than likely the formula..what ever happened to good old fashioned breastmilk? babies bodies were designed to accompy breastmilk! more than likely its the formula making her gassy/tummy sick:( poor thing
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 10:50 PM on Oct. 7, 2009

  • reflux?
    zoozleroo

    Answer by zoozleroo at 11:11 PM on Oct. 7, 2009

  • Here is what I found....
    About 40 percent of young babies spit up regularly. The peak age for spitting up is 4 months.

    When your baby takes in air along with his breast milk or formula, the air gets trapped in with the liquid. The air has to come up, and when it does, so does some of the liquid.

    Babies take in a lot of nourishment in relation to their size, and some of them really like to eat, so sometimes they become overfilled and, well, overflow.

    A newborn's digestive system isn't fully developed, either. The muscles at the bottom of your baby's esophagus, which control whether food is coming or going, may still be getting up to speed. It's no wonder your baby creates so much laundry.
    Emberbaby

    Answer by Emberbaby at 11:57 PM on Oct. 7, 2009

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