Differentiating Vomiting in Normal and Abnormal Babies

Every baby must have experienced vomiting. Some experience it occasionally and some vomit at mealtime. As a parent, you do not need to panic when your child vomits. Even so you have to stay alert if this condition occurs. Vomiting in infants can be classified as a normal reaction, but this can also be a sign that your baby is experiencing a serious condition. Normal vomiting Vomiting is a common thing experienced by babies, especially when he was still a few weeks old. At that age, babies are trying to adjust to food. This type of vomiting is often called spit up. Usually the little one will spit up after drinking milk. After the Little swallow milk, milk will then pass through the back of the mouth, then down into the esophagus, and forwarded to the stomach. Between the esophagus and stomach, there is a muscular ring. This ring becomes the entrance of milk to the stomach. After milk enters the stomach, the ring closes. However, if this ring does not close completely, milk can …
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