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You can reduce spitting up by: burping your baby after every 1 to 2 ounces or 5 to 10 minutes of feeding; holding your baby upright for several minutes after feeding; and by putting the baby in a car seat or swing for 30 minutes after feeding, Dlugopolski-Gach suggested.
While normal, spitting up can be a warning sign of a bigger problem if a baby also has poor weight gain, vomits bile or blood, cries constantly and is inconsolable, is lethargic and has decreased urine production or projectile vomiting, Dlugopolski-Gach said.
Spitting up generally resolves itself by infant's first birthday.