acid reflux baby

Acid Reflux in Babies Natural Remedies

Acid Reflux refers to the regurgitation of acid from the stomach. It’s pretty common in babies. In fact, statistics reveal that about two-thirds of all infants face acid reflux. Common symptoms include spitting, vomiting, crying, and frequent coughing. Over-the-counter medications and prescription drugs are used to treat acid reflux. However, they are ineffective and many […]

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Silent reflux baby

Silent Acid Reflux In Babies

Acid reflux in babies is common, but not all babies spit up Gastroesophageal Reflux (GER) is what happens when the stomach acid flows back into the esophagus and out of the mouth. This is commonly known as spit up or vomiting. This condition is rarely serious. However, if it persists long enough, irritation or damage […]

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Baby bottles make your baby very sick!

baby bottles make your baby sick, very sick Baby bottles are a very simple container. They feature an outlet easy for infants to extract milk or formula. However, the simplicity of this basic tool doesn’t outweigh its harmful side effects. For example, baby bottles abruptly disrupt breastfeeding, they make babies “lazy” with easy feeding, and […]

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baby bottle weaning

baby bottle weaning Baby bottle weaning is a challenge. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends baby bottle weaning as early as 6 months. However, traditional baby bottles make this milestone impossible to achieve. The older, the baby gets the more attached they become to their bottle. Why is baby bottle weaning important? Baby bottles […]

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overfeeding your baby

Overfeeding your baby?

Overfeeding your baby causes feeding discomfort Overfeeding your baby is one of the most common leading causes of gas, spit-ups and lethargic behavior. It can cause symptoms similar to GER (gastroesophageal reflux). It may cause your baby to lose weight due to the constant vomiting. Or gain too much because of the extra calories. In […]

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Colic in babies, how to stop it

What is colic in babies? Colic in babies is defined as the intense crying that may seem more like screaming or an expression of pain, according to Mayo Clinic. While most sources unanimously conclude that the cause is unknown, they all agree that is mostly due to pain or discomfort related to the digestive system. […]

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Breastfeeding and GERD

GERD while breastfeeding? 5 tips to end it.

GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) symptoms are incredibly painful for babies. Also known as Acid Reflux, GERD is a condition affecting two-thirds of babies according to the U.S. national statistics. The great news is that GERD statistics are much lower in breastfed babies. (more…)

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My baby has GER

My baby has GER, what can I do?

Your baby has GER, How can you tell? Ask your pediatrician!. Paying attention to the symptoms can help you verbalize the problem to your doctor. GER (Gastroesophageal reflux) symptoms may vary greatly depending on the type and degree. The long-term recurrence of GER is called GERD (Gastroesophageal reflux disease). GERD includes irritation to the internal organs. […]

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