Posts Tagged ‘baby regurgitation’
Both vomiting and regurgitation are normal, especially in a newborn baby, as some milk back after each shot, thrown out so low and alone, without any effort, and is called reflux.
This occurs in babies who have eaten too much food or too fast, as their digestive system is still immature, expels the excess, do not need it. This type of problem goes away as the baby grows. It is of utmost care, unless the child has other problems and not gains weight properly. Read the rest of this entry »
Regurgitation is commonplace in babies. So, nothing so disturbing if your baby spits up. This is a cause of a rise in milk that can not digest or dysfunction of the sphincter or valve anti-reflux works only his twelfth month.
In general, babies who are bottle-fed are at greater risk of regurgitation than those breastfed because they take only the amount proportionate to its needs.
So how do you avoid it? Since the stomach and the sphincter of the baby are still fragile and are not completely closed, do not overload them so that the liquid does not overflow, and eventually pass out. Read the rest of this entry »
Regurgitation are common phenomena in the newborn. They occur mainly during the first months of life for not stopping at the 12th month. Indeed, they are occurring just lifts milk after breastfeeding or bottle feeding.
Regurgitation is part of daily life for about 40% of normal babies and healthy, no need to worry too much. It often happens after the baby burp.
A priori, this is due to immaturity of the baby’s digestive system. The elastic muscle at the entrance to the stomach, also called “sphincter” is not yet fully operational. The valve can be opened easily by the stomach contents, dates and milk. Read the rest of this entry »