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Article published on Jan 27, 2015

Treatment Of Reflux In Newborn Babies

We have a two-month-old baby. She is very spitty since birth. This can happen when I am burping her, or shortly after nursing. She throws up much more than our older son. Sometimes she would choke and milk can come out through her mouth and her nose. She cries a lot; she is most comfortable... Read More

Article published on Feb 17, 2009

Excessive Vomiting In Young Babies Can Be Due To Pyloric Stenosis

Our baby started vomiting about one month after he was born. At first we thought it was the formula that made him sick. We changed the formula, but it didn’t help. We went to a walk-in clinic; the doctor told us that he probably had the flu bug and told us to give him pedialyte.... Read More

Article published on Dec 19, 2006

Reflux Can Happen To Older Children Also

Our three-year-old son had a reflux problem as a young infant. I nursed him for a full year. When he was two months old, he started to cry all the time, and arched his back when I was nursing him. Our doctor made the diagnosis of reflux even though he didn’t spit up more than... Read More

Article published on Jul 23, 2002

Reflux (GERD) Is An Uncommon Cause Of Asthma In Children

Our son is five years old. He was diagnosed with asthma by our paediatrician since infancy. We have made a lot of changes in our house. In the past year, his asthma would flare up during fall and winter, mostly with colds. In between, he is very healthy, and have no sign of cough or... Read More