Please help....do I need to give my LO another bottle, she has just been sick???

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  1. CatStorey

    CatStorey Mum to Chloe and Tom :)

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    My LO has just finished her bottle and thrown it all back up :-( Should I feed her again or should I get her changed and put her down to sleep?

    Help x
     
  2. ChloesMummy

    ChloesMummy Well-Known Member

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    Charlotte was always a very sicky baby and to start with I would try and feed her more and she would take it but then 10 mins of being put down she would projectile vomit everywhere and get really upset. I would change her and put her down for a sleep hun x
     
  3. 2nd time mum

    2nd time mum Well-Known Member

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    My first son was like that but I never used to give him another bottle.

    I would put baby down too and wait until next feed is requested!
     
  4. CatStorey

    CatStorey Mum to Chloe and Tom :)

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    Thankyou so much x I do wonder sometimes what i would do without BnB!!
     
  5. tasha41

    tasha41 Mum & Dad + 1

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    This happened to me a lot when she was younger, starting from birth.. they always told me to just wait for her next bottle to feed her, but expect the next feed to come sooner than normal!
     
  6. channy3232

    channy3232 Well-Known Member

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    I never did if Rocco spit up. Remember too that what they throw up looks like a LOT more than it really is. Go get a bottle and fill it up with water in the amount she just drank and then dump it in the sink or on a towel. It's WAY more than she spit up. Babies normally only spit up less than an
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