some babies spit up quite frequently and show no ill effects but if your infant has those symptoms plus irritability, feeding difficulties, inadequate weight gain, coughing, choking, or wheezing after feeding, it may be a sign of a more serious condition known as GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease). GERD is a complication of GER. In infants, GER is much more common than GERD.
If you feed baby with bottle then keep the nipple filled with milk throughout feedings to avoid air gulping. Try a variety of nipples, avoid the ones with larger holes that can cause milk to flow too fast.
Whether you bottle feed or breastfeed, make sure to frequently burp your baby. Burping your infant during a feeding may help with reflux symptoms.It is important to receive the proper diagnosis in order to get the best treatment for your baby.
In this, Help for Baby Acid Reflux & GER in Infants, app we have compiled complete information releted to problems, causes, symptoms, prevention, treatment and home remedies related to Baby Acid Reflux or GER.