Re: my baby become so allergic to my milk !!
Welcome! I agree completely with the previous post.
It sounds like you are very concerned about your baby's spitting up. That's understandable, but spitting up isn't always a health problem. If the baby spits up without pain and continues to gain weight well, then the spitting is predominantly a laundry problem. But if the baby is in pain when spitting up, perhaps crying with the body flexed, then it may indicate a reflux issue. I know the amount of spit-up can be a concern, but what many parents don't realize is that even if the spit-up appears to consist of the baby's entire meal, it is probably a lot less than that. If you take 2-3 oz (about 74 ml, the average intake of a young breastfed baby) of milk and dump it out on the counter, you will probably see that it is a much larger amount than what your baby spits up.
Don't get discouraged, Mama! Many of the moms here have dealt with allergy issues, and very few of them have had to give up nursing. You will get a lot of support and information here!
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