Wasting is a common occurrence in small children, because the muscle that usually maintains stomach contents is not yet fully mature. As long as your child does not grow out of the cure, try to keep them so that, during and immediately after feeding, the head is slightly higher than the rest of the body, and avoid overfeeding. Helping the baby to bounce during each feeding and after feeding may also help to keep air out of the stomach.

If you are concerned about the amount or frequency of your baby's healing, ask your doctor.

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