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    VOMITING AND THROWING UP THE TUBE
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    SIMMONA posted:
    I HAVE A 35 WEEK OLD BABY IN ISN AND SHE HAS A FEED TUBE . THEY FEED HER EVERY THREE HOURS AND SHE GETS 2 BOTTLES A DAY. TODAY AFTER HER 12 O CLOCK FEEDING SHE VOMITED AND THREW UP THE FEEDING TUBE. THIS HAS BEEN THE SECOND TIME THIS HAPPEN. AND I WAS WONDERING WHY SHE KEEPS VOMITING AND BRING THE TUBE BACK UP.
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    Jreeve responded:
    Wow, I hope you and baby are doing well. I just have been blessed with my first grandson and he also is a premie The problem has probably been long resolved but this didnt happen to us right way he was born at 29 Weeks and is now 38 weeks and has gastroreflux sure I spelled it wrong but the Dr. did say that he would grow out of it and we got gas medicine and a pepsid for baby's prescription


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