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40 days old vomits after taking lactogen. What is causing this ?

my breast milk is not comming and my 40 days baby is taking lactogen but sometimes she vomiting what is a problem
Asked On : Mon, 13 Jun 2011
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First thing to emphasise , please try to breast feed as much as you can. that gives nutrition, resistance?emotional devolopment of baby.let the baby suck frequently,that may induce milk secreations.your dr. may prescribe few medicines according to your health. take pleantyof proteins ( milk),calcium Iron ,vitamins containing food .
If Lactogen is a must, Let it be a demand feeding .
YOu have to hold baby upright so as to take out swallowed air byburping,hicupps,yawning. This will prevent vomitting.
Top feed has to be supplimented by vitamin ?meneral drops.
Cleaning of bottles is of prime impoetance.
Answered: Mon, 13 Jun 2011
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