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    2month old with lots of spitting up.....
    An_247904 posted:
    My 2 month old son has had problems with spitting up since birth. He's been diagnosed with reflux, but I am concerned because the last week or so there has been a lot of mucus mixed in. Its also chunky, like cottage cheese... What could this be?
    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hello -

    Poor little guy and mommy, this sounds very frustrating for both of you!

    Hopefully you have talked with his doctor to figure out what's going on and get him comfortable. Unfortunately, without an exam it's too difficult to guess what's going on.

    Here are a couple of resources that may help and spark some question to ask his doctor -

    GERD and Acid Reflux in Infants and Children
    Spitting Up and Vomiting in Babies

    Please let us know how he is doing,
    ~To be a child is to know the joy of living, To have a child is to know the gift of life.~ Author Unknown

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