This is a discussion on Baby Wagnee very often within the Newborn Baby and Infant Care (up to 12 months old) forum, part of the Growing Up & Parenting category; Dear all, My 1 month old daughter recently "wag nee" quite a fair bit even we have burp her after ...
My 1 month old daughter recently "wag nee" quite a fair bit even we have burp her after feeding. what could be the reason, do i need to send her to see doctor ?? Could it be too much wind in her stomach???
It could b there is air inside him before he start to take his milk~ Mayb you can try to burp him 1st before feeding him n make sure you burp him enuff after feeding n try not to put him lying down position straight away after feeding coz sum baby tends to throw up milk if they r put to lying down position straight after feeding~
Does your baby cry a lot throughout the day? If she actually wails, that's when she could be sucking in a lot of air ... resulting in "too much wind in her tummy".Originally Posted by actan1
If you think this is the problem, then you can consider applying oil on her tummy each time after her bath ... we use the indonesian baby oil that can be bought from the jamu shops, but I think there are others here who uses the chinese baby oils.
Whichever you choose to use, dont use too much & never apply direct ... as it gives a sensationally burning hot feeling to her delicate skin. The correct way of applying ... 1-2 drops on your palms & rub both of your palms together until you can feel the heat, that's when you place your palms on her tummy.
When you feel the heat is passed on to her already, rub your palms together again until you can feel the heat again ... place your palms on her tummy again. Dress her up again once the heat is gone from your palms.
ochklk, Loves and VVB have all given great suggestions. In any case, my dear daughter also used to have this prob. Mentioned it to my pediatrician at the 2nd month chkup and she said that regurgitation is normal. Unless she's doing projectile vomitting then that's a cause for concern.
it could be wind. does she cry a lot before feeding?
you may want to consider putting some oil on her tummy before feed.
we used to put ru yi oil on jeff. massage the tummy area (below the rib cage and around the belly button area). we also rub oil on his back, cos it is very difficult to burp him (we can pat him for half an hour after feed and yet, no 'burp' sound one).
Yeah, I guess I will let the pediatrician know during the next visit...
When the feeding the done, she wagnee even we have burped her a few times..
Now I position her 45 degree after feeding.. hope she won't wagnee again.
Thanks for all your reply..
actually beside apply "ru yi you" on the tummy area you should apply it on the back of the feet you will make her feel very comfortable and after bathing you might like to try giving her some Gripe water "Fei Zai Shui" its very effectively on babies and children.They will let out winds quite frequently...
I think it's not the same for all babies ... it has no effect on both my boys.Originally Posted by luvann37
Just occurred to me ... my boy's godparents (their twins are less than 3 months old) have recently embarked on using the Dr Brown's anti-colic milk bottles & I must say it's the most effective anti-colic bottling system I've seen so far.
actan1 ... if your problem is still not solved by now, perhaps you can consider.