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My baby boy 1.5 months. (4.8 kg) splitting milk through nose almost daily & through mouth also. Doctor says its normal. But he gets breathless for the moment & we scare a lot. Also he gets gases much & do not feel comfortable during sleeps until he splits the milk. Please suggest, if it can be cured / reduced with medicine. Any test are required?

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My baby boy 1.5 months. (4.8 kg) splitting milk through n...
Hello, • Stomach of baby is under developed ,it can not retain frequent feeding and high volume feeding ,due to its small size, hence vomits feeding. • After feeding the child needs burping. To avoid vomiting. • Baby during burping regurgitates milk through nasal passage due to wrong placement of baby on your shoulder.•You may give your baby homoeopathic medicine being gentle, rapid & safe. Homoeopathic medicine:@ China 30-1 drop, thrice with 1tsfl Water or milk. Your feedback & suggestion is solicited. Tk, care.
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My baby boy 1.5 months. (4.8 kg) splitting milk through n...
With above medecine you can give your child aethusa cyn 6 1drop, twice daily with water. Tk, care.
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My baby boy 1.5 months. (4.8 kg) splitting milk through n...
What the other doctor said is correct. Give small feeds .and take care of position. Events if not correct. Need workup for congenital anomalies nose. Lungs. GIT. Heart. So watch for response after following precautions. And plan for next steps.
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My baby boy 1.5 months. (4.8 kg) splitting milk through n...
Its quite common for infants to do that. You also need to burp the baby after feeding. For about 10-15 mins till he burps. N later put him to sleep. Try to give small n frequent feeds. As the babys weight is appropriate, not to worry much.
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