My baby just came out of NICU it sounds like acid reflux combined with IRON irritation to the stomach which also causes constipation add a drop of prune juice to the breast milk or formula also keep him upright for at least 30 ,mins after eating if he is eating too fast this can also cause vomiting give him ten min breaks in between ounces also we raise up his mattress by putting something underneath to put it at a slight slant to help the reflux and prevent vomiting I'm not a DR just sharing information from NICU because I had similar problems with my baby hope this helps also be careful with certain juices unless you are juicing them fresh research which ones are hard to digest for infants and I would hold off on meat as well at least at this age just my opinion good luckView Thread
A) you have the option to go to another OB for a 2nd opinion it could be too early don't panic C) stay positive stress can cause a miscarriage D) You are most likely pregnant and at 8-12 weeks request an internal ultra sound based on the first diagnosis this should clear everything up hope all is well ( if you do miscarriage which I hope you don't please try again my mother miscarriaged and then had three healthy children) God Bless remember you know your body signs best not the Dr they just explain what they are/could beView Thread
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