Maybe the formula no longer agrees with her stomach. Have u tried changing formulas?
Yeah I would suggest changing formulas. But talk to your pediatrician first
No. she's on the soy formula because other formulas were bothering her. And her doctor didn't seem concerned about it. But it's gross and annoying. Lol
My first baby spit up till almost 7 months old. And he was breastfed exclusively for 3 months then combination after that. I was only formula feed and spit up terribly my mom referred to it as projectile vomiting spit up. I eventually outgrew it. And my hubby who was exclusively breastfed for 15 months other than adding in solids spit up terribly also. Some babies just do even if there's nothing wrong. And were all fine now and no allergies. :-) hopefully she'll outgrow it soon. Also it wouldn't hurt to make your doctor who apparently seems to care not enough do bloodwork for allergy testing just incase. My niece is a year b old and just found out a few months ago she's allergic to milk soy peanuts wheat and I thought there was one more but can't v remember anyways you get the point. Won't hurt though to check.
Id mame a doc apt. She could have some.sort of reflux
Everytime my so would spit up like that its cuz he was dehydrate so i gave him an ounce of pidealyte n it helped.
Spitting up is normal for babies. As long as its not an excessive amount (more than a few tablespoons) at a time and she's not arching her back or screaming during/after feedings it doesn't sound too much like reflux. Its also normal for babies to spit up a bit more frequently for the 1-2 weeks following the oral vaccine for rotavirus.
My daughter is 3 months and on prosobee. I told the doctor about her spitting up and she gave my little girl acid reflux meds. It's reduced the spit up tremendously. She hardly does anymore
I've noticed she is more fussy during feedings. Could that be reflux?
Could be cant hurt to get her checked out
She was just in yesterday and doctors said to just watch it. But I just called they going to call back. But she also has another appointment monday for shots. So I will ask then as well.
Use the spit up infamil.its gold and purple or the gentle gerber baby formula.