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My 4-month-old baby vomits curd-like content after burping. Is it okay ?

My 4-month-old baby vomits curd-like content after burping. Is it okay? he is on mother feed since birth . Can i start Cerelac rice after he turns five months. His requirement is increasing day by day and needing more.
Asked On : Sun, 6 Feb 2011
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VOmiting white curd like substance is quite natural by infants till 10 months. Reason may be either they are overfilled or the milk is not digested. Dont worry about that. But keep burping your baby after every feed.

Cerelac , vegetables , mashed potatoes you can start giving from 5th months onwards. But Rice ,only after 6-7 months. Because it might not digest properly for 6 months below babies. Give mashed rice with Moong dal and ghee which is very good for their health. Give your baby ragi,cerelac, banana, vegetables,milk now these are more healthy for them.

Take care!!

I have a 2.10 yr old girl baby. But am not a doctor.

Answered: Tue, 22 Mar 2011
General & Family Physician Dr. Akshith's  Response
Hello and welcome to health care magic!!
yes you can start on supplement food after 5 months along with breast feeding since the requirement of the baby increases.
and nothin to worry about the curdy vomiting it is normal while burping.
Swapna above has given you the list of food items that can be given which is alright.
take care.
Answered: Tue, 22 Mar 2011
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