Spit Up Thru His Nose

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mommy716 - December 30

for the past week or so my son has been a pain in the butt to feed, I tried giving him his fruits and he would barely eat, then I would give him his veggies and he wouldn't eat!! finally I gave him his bottle and hed eat that, but he would spit up alittle after... through his nose!!! hes been coughing alot too so I know he has the flu, but is there a possibility he could be going through a growth spurt too??? hes almost 6 months old!!!

 

Christy - December 30

I believe that they do have another growth spurt around six months, so that could be it too.

 

tinkerbell - December 30

My son did this also and was diagnosed with reflux. It makes food or formula come back up the esophagus and can be painful to the baby. It can also be the reason for his coughing. Talk to your doctor about this. In the meantime, make sure he stays elevated after his feeds. I used to let my baby sleep in his carseat afterwards. He had to take meds for his condition until he outgrew it. Reflux is similar to heartburn to grownups and may also be called GERD.

 

Andrews Mommy - December 31

Sorry - dif topic but you guys sound like you know what you are talking about! When are the growth spurts? My little guy is just 5 months and I dont really recall noticing a definite growth spurt? What am I looking for? Tinkerbell, how old was yours when he grew out of AR? Andrew has it and I cannot wait for it to pa__s - he sleeps in a wedge thing and has the medicine as well - I just want him to be 100%!!!

 

Sara - December 31

AR is often a lable that covers up a dairy allergy. Dairy can also cause runny or stopped up noses. You might want to check it out.

 

mommy716 - December 31

he was diagnosed with AR when he was 2 months old, hes on Zantac and Soy Formula! but this only started a week ago but hes also teething and got a bit of the flu

 

mommy716 - December 31

he was diagnosed with AR when he was 2 months old, hes on Zantac and Soy Formula! but this only started a week ago but hes also teething and got a bit of the flu, hes been sleeping in his swing ever since then but I'm moving him into his crib tomorrow nite

 

tinkerbell - December 31

Andrews Mommy, My little one was about 10 months old when he outgrew the reflux. Sorry if that seems like forever!! It felt like it to us. In fact, we had changed doctors because we found a group of pediatric gastroenterologists in a nearby city. They actually decreased his meds and he got better. Maybe just a coincedence. It may have been the fact that his digestive system had matured about the same time.

 

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