The Cause Of The Baby Looks Nauseous And Can Not Spit Up After Breastfeeding?
Tonight, I want about breast milk. My baby is 2 weeks old, it’s been a few days after I suckle my baby is always nauseous wanting to vomit (spit up) but can’t get it out, even though I’m burping my baby. Is it because of satiety or what? And how to handle it? thank you
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Infants who appear nauseous, if they do not lead to vomiting, do not always indicate an illness. True, this condition may indicate that he is full. It could also, the baby looks nauseous because of the amount of gas that enters the digestive tract. This condition may occur if the baby suckles in a hurry, the baby suckles while crying, the baby suckles using a pacifier, or also if you don't burp your baby properly after feeding.
Try to observe, in addition to nausea, are there other complaints that your baby has experienced, such as vomiting, flatulence, coughing, lazy suckling, fussing, looking grinning in pain, often stretching and lifting his legs, and so on?
If not, you really don't need to worry. You can resolve the complaint with the following steps:
Feed your baby regularly 1 to 3 hours, do not wait for him too hungry or sobbing As much as possible, feed the baby directly from the breast If unable to breastfeed directly, avoid using a pacifier, you better feed your baby using a spoon or cup feeder Avoid giving additional food or drinks other than breast milk before the baby is 6 months old (including formula milk), except if the doctor recommends it directly Avoid breastfeeding the baby while lying down When breastfeeding, make sure your baby's position is comfortable, his head and chest are higher than the stomach. 5 to 15 minutes after breastfeeding Gently massage the baby's abdomen gently so that the gas in his digestive tract comes out. Make sure the objects around the baby are clean. Clean your breasts and hands every time and after breastfeeding. However, if with the steps above your baby's complaints are still not improving, or other signs of danger also appear as mentioned above, we urge you to check your baby directly to the doctor or pediatrician, yes. It could also, complaints that he experienced due to an illness, such as digestive infections, intolerance, malabsorption, poisoning, dyspepsia, and so on. Each of these possibilities certainly requires a different treatment so it needs to be identified first the cause.
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