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    An_254054 posted:
    Baby is 4 months old, he has always had problems with choking! He does have acid reflex, but I have had him to ER cause he was turning purple from choking. They said I fed him to much formula! He does burp, but even when he don't eat its like he chokes on his own slavea! I changed bottles now using playtex nurser ones with the disposable bags!!
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    keagansmommy responded:
    you should have his Dr do a throat study my daughter did the same thing and it was caused by extra skin in her throat that was causing the breast milk and formula to go into her wind pipe we now have to use a thickener in her formula


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