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Why Does My Baby Spit Up So Much?


Almost every time she eats she spits up milk, sometimes it is right away other times it is an hour or more later and she seems hungry after. I am not pumping she is only getting boob milk from the boob I also do not feel engorged like I did a couple of weeks ago.


Unfortunately there isn't one specific thing that causes babies to spit up. If she is spitting up during or right after a feed, it can be a sign that your milk is flowing very fast and she's having trouble controlling the flow. You can try feeding her in a position like the football hold that is more upright, so she is in a more seated position. Place your arm up along her back and your palm gently supporting her neck.  This is will allow her to better control the flow of milk. Also be sure to take breaks during the feed to burp her and give her tummy a chance to settle.

Kindest Regards,

Gina Ciagne, CLC

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Gina Ciagne

Certified Lactation Counselor