Yes they still need burped. I only breastfed for a few weeks then switched to formula. I don't remember there being a difference if one being easier. I think all babies r different, some r just easier to burp then others. Hope that helps....
Breastfed babies still spit up. Burping them often helps with that. They also have less tummy problems. My son was bf for a little while but I couldnt keep up so I switched to formula and he started getting ear infections all the time and he would get so constipated that I would have to use suppositories for him. Breastfed babies are a lot better off unless for some reason the mom is on meds that are harmful for baby or a few other reasons
My son was on breast milk for 10 days and the only difference ive noticed is when he was on my milk he was CONSTANTLY pooping and now that hes on formula its not nearly as much. I hope u can stick with the breastfeeding and yer lil guy cooperates:)
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