DD2 (10 days old) is not a big burper...no matter how we try during or after a feeding, getting a burp out of her is nearly impossible. She does, however, spit up like clockwork. Within a few minutes after finishing a meal, she kind of pours down the front of her outfit. It's enough that it continues for a few seconds and warrants an outfit change if I don't catch most of it with a rag. How much is too much? :-/ Should I be concerned that the formula she's on is not agreeing with her?
She is already on Similac Sensitive, so the only change that might benefit her is going to a completely soy-based formula?
She seems happy and healthy, and her cheeks are chubby as ever. Lol. But my first never spit up this much, so I'm just wondering when I should be concerned.
Asked by Anonymous at 5:14 PM on Jan. 2, 2009 in Babies (0-12 months)
Answer by Anonymous at 5:21 PM on Jan. 2, 2009
could be gas .....my dd had terrible gas she did not spit up but cried and cried and she was a horrible burper. .we switched to dr browns and she was much much better ..I hear platex drop ins are good too.........maybe ask your dr.I would not keep switching formula without asking the dr.it could irritate them as well.oh and soy is usually for lactose intolerant babies or veggie babies.......ask the dr...............she could be drinking to fast are you using the smallest nipples? GL:)
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