My DS 1 was about 8 months when he got his first tooth. My DS 2 got his at 4 months and hes fixing to be 6 months and already has 3 bottom teeth. So its a possibility that he may be teething. Each child is different. HTHView Thread
My 3mo DS had the same symptoms that u are describing. I did not breast feed him but he would constantly spit up or vomit after he ate. The pediatrician did a test called a barium swallow to check his lower stomach muscles to make sure they were working right. Luckily they were. He said he had a touch of acid reflux (gerd). They put him on a low dose of Zantac and it has helped him tremendously. So u may wanna talk to the doctor again about this. They also switched my DS formula. Hope this helps and I hope ur little one gets better. Keep us postedView Thread
Hey my 3 month old son has been having congestion at night here lately. When he was maybe a month old I took him to ER cause he was acting like he was choking. They told me it was a cold. Well in the mean time one day he had some blood in his nose. Well about a week and a half ago I took him to the after hours clinic due to his eyes and nose being swollen some. They doctor told me it was due to a cold again. Well last night when my DS started crying his nose had blood in it again and this happened twice last night. Was wondering if any one knows what it could be.View Thread
It really depends on what she was drinking before u added the cereal. I added it to my sons(hes 1 1/2 months old. Doctor okay-ed this) he was at 4 ounces when I started this. So once I started the cereal in it I went down to 3 ounces. Hes gone back up to 4 now. So I would try cutting the ounce and see how she does if she still seems hungry then go back what u was feeding her. Hope this helpsView Thread
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