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... ounces per day. I read that she should have AT LEAST 24 ounces a day. Sometimes, I give her formula out of a medicine dropper or from a cup since she refuses the bottle. Other times, she gets mad at me for this and won't swallow her formula. She'll eat solids fine. ... (2 replies)
... fe was constantly giving her suppositories and the doctor suggested juice in her formula, but my wife wasn't comfortable with that because our DD would bring the formula up so fast it would come out of her nose and she would begin choking. ... (7 replies)
... weeks his nose has been stuffy. last week he had a miserable cold, but he is still stuffy after he is better. ... (5 replies)

... It really does sound like reflux. Don't worry they grow out of it. My doctor told me to do the rice thing to. They also put her on meds zantac and reglan. ... (8 replies)
... vomit to come up through the nose. It's a sign or reflux, allergy or both. DS would projectile vomit. It came out anywhere it could get through, including the nose. He was apparantly allergic to milk. ... (2 replies)
... er diagnosed with a milk protein allergy. All we know is that until he was put on Nutramigen EVERYTHING he ate went in his mouth and within an hour came back up out his nose. I'm talking EVERY drop. ... (19 replies)
... well I guess that makes sense. But he was having projectile vomiting with BM. Literally, there was like 1 teaspoon in the whole bottle and it all came back up, out his nose and everything. Could he really get a lactose buildup from that small an amount of formula? ... (19 replies)
... with the massive explosions. My little one wasn't quite as early as that. We opted to deliver him at 34 weeks due to unexplainable heart variables. It turned out to be the right decision, despite the issues going on now. I know the formula is working. He was vomiting and had a rash on his face. ... (7 replies)
... although I think you formula feed, right? ... (6 replies)
Spitting up.
Apr 3, 2006
... My DD is 2 weeks old and is breast fed exclusively. She got a bottle of formula while in the hospital and spat up, but other then that she has never spat up breast milk before... until Saturday. ... (8 replies)
... lse. I have placed a call to his gastro and waiting for her to call back. I am worried at about what else it could be. He has started vomiting more, and it comes out of his nose more often...and it is very mucousy. So, I am praying it isn't serious...but he seems okay otherwise. ... (7 replies)
... him. By 6 months, he actually had the skills to eat it. With 2 small children, I found it easier for me, plus my doc said they really get no nutritional value out of the food at that point. My kids ate ALOT, but I found they were no more filled up when eating solids compared to formula. ... (6 replies)
... what she is refluxing up. She keeps getting choked on seemingly nothing way after eating, and she is spitting up a lot. She had a thickened place in the middle of both of her lungs, so they are worried about that and she has to have the barium thing on Monday. ... (10 replies)
... can be considered fixing the problem at the root of the cause. ... (9 replies)
... I don't know if I've been doing full out speed walking...I mean I walk as fast as my little feet will take me, but I don't do the funny walk like I've seen those true speed walkers do... ... (466 replies)
... and he may have to be on a hypoallergenic formula. I know that some insurance companies will cover it if the need is that severe because of the cost, but I don't know if mine will. A girl on another message board is using the RTF stuff and her insurance is covering it because of how costly it is. ... (5 replies)
... If you could find out the name of that medicine, I would appreciate it. Our daughter is on Axid, and it seems to be helping a little already, but she hates the taste. ... (10 replies)
... It's entirely possible. The ecoli thing is sort of worrisome, but I don't have any experience with that, except that any infection can affect weight gain, and not just in new newborns! ... (5 replies)
... ids get a fever for a few hours then it's gone but no other symptoms.... Dr. said that the more they are exposed the less they will be sick later on. As a matter of fact she reminded me that my 1st born was Croupy all the time and even with 3 other kids in the house his immune system is fairly good. ... (13 replies)
... e doesn't say a lot either, mainly babbles, like bababababa, she says mama, or mom now, sometimes my mama when she is crying for me. She also understands eyes or nose and tries to point to them. We are at about the same spot, but I believe it is normal and nothing to worry about. ... (6 replies)

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