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3 week old not wanting to drink more then half ounce today
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mom2aboy3 posted:
my 3 week old baby boy wont drink more then half ounce today and most of the time when he is drinking it he ends up spitting up most of it through his nose i was told last week his pedi thought he had reflux which is why he spits up threw his nose but hes real fussy sence round 6 oclock this morning he drinks the half ounce maybe every hour and screams for like the first 5 min afterwards he hasnt pooped today also im hoping he will before i go to bed because he was doing anywheres between 4 and 6 diapers a day with poop but now im lucky if i get 1 is this normal or should i consult his pedi i remember my 5 yr old always had issues with pooping and we had to use baby enimas for him once a week til he was round a yr or so now he still is lucky to go twicw a week but when he does go we all know hes gonna be a while in there
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Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
Oh no, he's still spitting up? Hopefully you were able to talk with his pediatrician.

Let us know how you both are doing,
Elizabeth


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