of dried milk stains on your clothes treacherously say that you are a parent of a large fan belch.In the first months of life, most children burps or artificial milk mixture several times a day.It's more your problem (you have to erase a lot) than the health problems of the child, and it rarely bothers the child.Dress appropriately.If you are lucky with the baby, and he shares his every meal with your clothes, wear clothing with a colorful pattern and avoid dark colors.In the case of regurgitation keep a cloth diaper.
Regurgitation: When to worry
Regurgitation is a problem and requires medical attention if you have one of the following cases:
• The child is losing weight or gaining weight well enough.
• Vomiting intensified in frequency and volume, and becomes flowing (regurgitant flies across your knees and falls to the floor).
• Vomit constantly are green (painted in bile).
• Vomiting is accompanied by the child's behavior, pointing to severe abdominal pain.
• The child chokes and coughs dur
Not a lot is lost. When the baby spits up, you may appear to be out of it spilled all the milk that your body is so carefully drew up, and the whole mixture for which you have given so much money.But, most of all, you too are exaggerating the amount of vomit milk.Pour on the table tablespoon milk or formula and see what a huge turn puddle.Now tell me, is there a spot in your robe?For the most part children regurgitate a teaspoon.
Why the child vomits. Young children vomit simply because they have small children.They ingest milk with the air and the air in the stomach is a milk.When the child's stomach is reduced, it is like a pneumatic rifle, shoots the milk back into the esophagus, and on your shoulder turns sour, curdled milk.Some greedy eaters swallow too much milk too quickly, and an overloaded stomach sends the piece back.High-spirited games with your baby after feeding, when you pushing down on his tummy or sharply flip, toss the baby can also cause regurgitation.
How to deal with regurgitation.
Here are some guidelines that may help your child.
• Take your time during feeding.Keep in mind that young children
little tummies.If you feed mixtures, let your child smaller portions but more often.
• encourage your child to let the air during and after feeding.Babies receiving artificial feeding, should be given to release the air after every ninety milliliters of milk, and children who are breastfed, the transition to the other side or when the sucking child pauses, if the child is delayed for a long time in one breast.(See. "How to give a child to release the air».)
• Feed your baby in an upright position and hold it upright twenty or thirty minutes after a meal.If you do not have time to just sit and hold the baby in an upright position, wearing the baby in an upright position in the bag, sling while doing their work.Gravity - the best friend of the child prone to regurgitation.
• Avoid frisky games with your child, do not toss it in the air for at least an hour after eating.
• If you are bottle-feeding, make sure that the hole in the nipple was not too big, nor too small.
When regurgitation come to an end.In most cases srygi-tion stops at the age of about six or seven months, when the child is able to sit upright - the force of gravity keeps the milk at the bottom.(See. About gastroesophageal reflux, or gastroesophageal reflux.)
Blood in vomit milk. Nevpadayte into panic at the sight of the child's first blood.If you are breastfeeding, it is much more likely that it is your blood, not the child.Typically, this blood flows during feeding of cracked nipples, the healing of which the blood disappears.Sometimes the baby spits up a lot of stress and can break up one of the small blood vessels at the end of the esophagus.It also heals quickly.If none of these reasons
does not seem likely, and the bleeding continues, let us know your doctor.