Vomiting In Infants Aged 2 Months?
Hello, r n My son is only 50 days old, once he vomits at a huge volume and gushes, is that normal ,,, the color is like
Young babies, 1-2 months, can experience several types of digestive disorders. This generally occurs because the baby's digestive system is still not perfect and is still developing. One of the disorders that can occur is vomiting.
Vomiting in infants aged 1-2 months generally results from:
Babies are breastfeeding too much, so the milk comes out. Babies also suck air either while breastfeeding or when they suck on the pacifier, so that the stomach is full and the baby vomits. if not continuous, not accompanied by fever and diarrhea, it should not be dangerous. You should pay attention to this first, whether it develops worse or vice versa.
If it gets worse, accompanied by other symptoms, you should take it directly to the nearest health care center or hospital. Keep it hydrated and dangerous for babies.
Give only breast milk as often as possible. Place the baby's stomach on your shoulder after each feeding, to push out the air that is in his stomach. Always keep your breast milk, nipples, and teats clean when using formula milk. Keep the baby hydrated. The signs are: BAK infrequently, diapers are replaced less frequently, the baby is limp, the baby's eyes are sunken and the skin is less elastic. That's the explanation, hope it helps