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He nurses, I burp him, then a few seconds later, he spits up more than I remember the other two doing.

Tell me it is NOT my diet. Click here to enlarge
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Maya sometimes will spit so much up I wonder what the point was Click here to enlarge. And for her it wasn't reflux or anything it's just one of those days Click here to enlarge.

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Terra - Becky did that. For about 2 months. Click here to enlarge Tapered off in the third month and then it was gone. She was just a spitter. I eliminated dairy for a little while but it didn't make a difference. I just had lots of laundry to do. Click here to enlarge

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It could be reflux or pyloric stenosis? Doesn't that make you feel better? Click here to enlarge

Nova also had diarrhea (I had idea newborns could have diarrhea) and slept fine at night, other than puking all over the bed, so the ped didn't think it was reflux.
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You made me google. Click here to enlarge Okay, so now I know what pyloric stenosis is, and it definitely does not match this.

His stools are super, he is extremely well hydrated Click here to enlarge, he is putting on weight. He does not usually seem bothered by the spitting up. It is usually immediately after eating, almost always proceeded by a belch, and usually is curdled. Sometimes it is just straight "overfed" milk.

If it wasn't every time, Punkass, I wouldn't be worried. I think the combination of it being every time, along with a trend I have noticed, makes me worried. I notice trends in parenting... like, right now, it seems very "in" to pump, starting very early on, even as a stay-at-home mom. I am waiting for my supply to establish completely, then plan to pump occasionally. But while pregnant, I was worried. The other trend is, pediatrician suggesting milk sensitivity, and mom giving up dairy.

I love my dairy. I don't wanna give it up. Click here to enlarge Click here to enlarge
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DS was a spitter, and still does it even now, especially if he gulps his mik down.
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He's still so new. Emma spit up a lot. It went away. Click here to enlarge

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Ds spits a lot (but not ever feeding- maybe 2x day), burps and has hiccups a lot too. But not all the time. He does seem sensitive to broccoli and asparagus. I'm starting to wonder about spinach too.
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I used to say that Ava was bulimic Click here to enlarge Click here to enlarge I always handed her over with a burp cloth and the caveat "she spits up a lot". She gained weight, slept well and was not bothered in the least bit by the spitting up. Her pattern sounds very similar to your baby's. It was every.single.feeding and seemed like so much I couldn't believe she was gaining weight. My ped was totally not concerned and i never modified my diet.

Certainly talk to you ped, but if he isn't crying in pain (like reflux) or projectile vomiting (like pyloric stenosis) or losing weight, I wouldn't be overly worried Click here to enlarge
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Yeah, he is not losing weight. Click here to enlarge I am about to post about his two week check up.
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