Throwing up after milk

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I woke up early this morning and got a glass of milk about an hour later I was throwing up what looked like old curdeled milk and it was kind of yellowish(sorry for the mental image).but I checked the milk and it doesn't expire until dec 20.What is going on?
To help you with the reflux (if he has it), it is important that the position of feeding is above 45 degrees or more, almost sitting up. Never lay him on his back when he is feeding or right after you are finished with feeding because the acid from the stomach goes into the esophagus and causes pain, plus vomiting. Wait about ½ hour after feeding before laying him down. Raise the head of his crib to a 45-degree angle too so he is not flat on his back. Hoped this helped you.
I feel like he's over eating because all he does after some feedings is throw up a lot how can I cut him back? After he throw up all he wants is the boob again after a while.
Congratulations on being Pregnant. Always feeling sick and throwing up is not fun at all. Its hard to eat when you feel like **** or dont feel like eating at all. But for your baby you have to eat. With eathing dinner or when ever you eat. My advice for you is to eat slow and take little bits. wait a little then take another bit. If its really that bad. You can always get those drinks you can drink that make you feel like you just had a meal.
Yup can't have cereal
I ate cooked recipes w/ cow milk and yogurt, cottage cheese… Before I cut liquid milk, my son was throwing up, extremely fussy *up all night kicking and had bloody stools. Your milk is the best mama! What you’re eating(Drinking) may not be. ;) You keep feeding your baby your perfect milk and we’re going to be here cheering you on sister!  Try almond milk. Yum Yum.
It causes the milk to force it self back up. Allot of hospitals have supplements to weigh down the formula and also allot of them have donated breast mill which is softer on their stomach and less likely to cause gas. It's important to not lay him down for atleast 15-30 minutes after each feeding if possible.
What has everyone done to help relieve the symptoms? Besides milk?
okay so it's day 2 of cameron throwing up...yesterday he threw up in the am with everything he ate at 730(threw up at 1130) then again after supper last night he threw up...now today he just threw up again a little bit after eating...just started gaging coughing and it really sounded mucousy..his nose has been fully of boogers ever since he began milk...i am worried he is allergic to milk...he is still on 1 bottle of homo perday...i was going to up him to 1.
Does she appear to be in pain? How many times a day is she throwing up? Is is after every feed? My gut instinct is that this is probably normal baby indigestion, however I would take her to the doc just to make sure and so you can put your mind at ease. Babies seem to throw up a lot. It can be very alarming. Most of the time it is perfectly harmless. If she is gaining weight, it is probably just gas. And maybe she is eating too quickly.
I started with cramping and pain, then the cold sweats and anxiety, then 2-3 hours after that all started I starting violently throwing up. Now I'm back to the pain and cramping all around and this clouded feeling in my head like it weighs a million pounds. Sorry, I'm ranting now. Anyway, I really appreciate all the support.
I have an 8 year old male cat who started throwing up yellow bile on Saturday. I got him to drink a little tuna juice and he acted like he wanted to eat dry food but only ate one piece and that was after several times of picking it up and putting it back down. All test results from the vet came back normal. No bacteria. He did have blood in his stool. But no infection. No temp, and barely dehydrated. He's going in for a teeth cleaning tomorrow because he had severe tartar build up.
She has also just started to roll over and most of the throwing up happens after she has been on her belly for a little bit. I can't very well stop her from going on her belly so should I just let it go? She doesn't seem dehydrated or anything either. Not sure what I should do...
After having tea, coffee or milk in the morning, a pregnant woman often vomits. During the first trimester, she may often throw up after meals. Nausea, known as 'morning sickness' is the main cause of vomiting during pregnancy. Alcohol: Alcohol abuse often leads to vomiting. Preventive Measures Following preventive measures can help avoid frequent vomiting. Lemonade, fresh or pickled ginger root, cardamom and mint help get rid of nausea.
I don't know why I have been throwing up. I feel no pain in abdomen, no fever or chills. I get a little nauseous just before I'm about to throw up, I throw up and I'm fine. I don't know what sets it off, but I'm scared to eat.
But the days she threw up she would take her fist sometimes b4 she throws up or after she throws up and rub it against her tongue and move her head back in fourth as if her tongue hurts, but she doesnt do it with the formula. Could my breast milk be spoiled(can that even happen) could it be what im eating. Last nite i had pizza and a small pepper. But the other days i didnt have spicy foods.
I know spitting up is completely normal for newborns but my 2 week old seems to throw up after almost every feeding. I breast feed, by the way. Its not just a little spit up, it looks like almost the whole feeding. Could this be because of my milk isn't settling right or what? I did call the pediatrician but won't have an appointment until next week and I'm worried something could be wrong.
my 2 1/2 year old daughter has thrown up every night since tuesday. she only throws up at night and during the day she is her normal self. there is no high temps and its usually only 1 time during the night that she does puke. any suggestions of what might be causing this?
it only lasts for a split-second, but comes and goes without warning, sort like a reflex. I actually never had to throw up. The symptoms occur under stress and when I am eating or drinking in public (stress?, maybe caused through "negative feedback", sort of self-fullfilling-prophecy). It really makes my live hell right now, because I cannot go out and relax, as I am always thinking I might throw up.
Hello - my five year old daughter has been throwing up phlegm for the past month. This has been happening on average about 3 times a week (always on preschool days) just as she is about to have lunch. She will start to eat, throw up the phlegm and then she continues eating. We have seen a TCM doctor who said she has excessive heat in her body and suggested we add additional fruits to her diet (which we have done). Has anyone else experienced something like this?
My cat has been throwing up since this afternoon, she is quite old (and has suffered with ear problems for a long time, she went to the vet yesterday for a check up on her ear). I have never seen her throw up this much and it is worrying me that something is wrong, she just seems to be throwing up a white foam(?) liquid and can't keep any food down. She keeps trying to moisture her mouth and I can tell she is having difficulty swallowing/has a sore throat now(?
It is not about fearing weight gain or weight loss at all that brings about the condition. The fear is of throwing up and can be a 24/7 fear.
if your baby keeps throwing up breast milk should I be concerned or take a in after he throws up he's hungry again
Otherwise go in the deep freeze always used the oldest milk first otherwise ull end up throwing out a bunch and as soon as I pumped I used a big permanent marker tomark the date for easy reading. I dedefinitely plan on starting baby on the bottle at 6 weeks this time cuz I had a horrible time trying to get my 1st to take the bottle when I went back to work. Best of luck to u!
this is also another reason why I thought my milk supply is dwindling... I did notice that after a nice warm shower my right breast is leaking milk.. I guess this is a good sign that there's still some milk there??
Rotten Egg Burps (the WORST part) followed by nausea, severe cramps, vomiting, diarrea, the works. Only after throwing up everything I'd ever eaten in my entire life would it go away eventually. Doctors never knew what was wrong and there's still nothing much online about the cause of this illness. After logging what I ate for quite a while, we figured out that the common denominator was RED DYE #40!