my 3 and a half month old always brings up his milk, its not reflux, doctor said its normal and as long as he's growing it shouldnt be a problem. Anyone else have the same problem?

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Jen - posted on 10/26/2012

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My son started this at 3 months too - he is drooling a lot b/c his teeth are moving around (he had one sitting just under the gum and now it's gone back down). I've read that excess saliva can upset their tummy a little. He's happy, growing and eating well so I'm not too worried at all.

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Costadina Maria - posted on 11/16/2012

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lol thats like my son, he has at least 3-4 changes of clothes a day. ive switched his formula now to AR karicare, its thicker and its made it abit better, he'll only throw up a few times in the day now.

Natasha - posted on 11/15/2012

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mine is sick constantly after a feed and I've been told its normal. my little girl must go through aftleast four changes of clothes a day beceause of it. all I can say after two boys she is lucky I went silly with clothes shoping lol

Jessika - posted on 11/12/2012

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Mine does. He always has ever since he was a baby. Ive tried every single thing from different bottles, to different formulas, to different positions on feeding him. I guess some babies just spits up a lot. Lets just say I do lots of laundry cuz of it lol

Costadina Maria - posted on 10/15/2012

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yeh he sounds like my son too lol! he's gaining weight, he's just under 7kg.

Kaska - posted on 10/14/2012

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Same here. My son was spilling a lot when he was younger. Now he seems to spit the surplus or when he burps a bit will come out. Once he ate 120 ml of milk and then just spat about 15 ml on the floor :) Every time with a happy face so I never bothered to worry. He gains his weight exactly on the same speed since birth and he has his quota of wet nappies a day.

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