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Having a newborn is hard enough. Add in acid reflux and it's more than a mama can handle! So how do you know if your baby is suffering from acid reflux or has something else going on?
If your baby is experiencing any of the following, you should see his/her pediatrician for an official diagnosis.
Here is something to consider when trying to figure out if your baby has acid reflux: Up to half of all reflux cases in babies under a year are associated with cow's milk protein allergy. Symptoms can be similar and recommend that pediatricians screen all babies with GERD for cow's milk allergy.
So what are the difference between symptoms of reflux and milk allergies? Below are signs and symptoms of milk allergies in babies via Nutricia Neocate.
As you can see, a lot of these symptoms are very similar to those of reflux. That is why it is so important to talk to your pediatrician if you have concerns and he/she can more definitively make a diagnosis.
So what do you do for your sweet baby with acid reflux? First and foremost, talk to a pediatrician for an official diagnosis and treatment advice. Doctors know best! But here are some things we have found that help:
Information on infant reflux found via The Mayo Clinic.
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