When does the baby stop regurgitating?

The issue of regurgitation is very worrisome for newly mums. This is one of the most discussed topics on the forums and playgrounds. All children develop individually - this applies to the frequency and intensity, and the presence of regurgitation.

Where did you get that if the neighbor's baby does not regurgitate at all, and yours - until the age of four months, regurgitates very abundantly, then it develops abnormally?

Regurgitation is a physiological process, it does not carry danger and does not require special treatment.

Why does the baby spit up?



Causes of regurgitation can be:

  • overfeeding,

  • increased activity of the baby after feeding.


  • If you are concerned about the fact that the child regularly regurgitates, exclude overfeeding and try not to disturb the baby after eating.

    Knowing about the safety of regurgitation, all moms still want to know when the baby stops regurgitating. As a rule, regurgitation ceases by the age of one month. However, if the baby continues to regurgitate at two and three months of age, this is not a pathology. Do not worry, by six months it will stop. If this does not happen, there is reason to report late regurgitation to the pediatrician.

    The cause of regurgitation may be an incorrect position during feeding. In addition, abdominal pain and teething can also cause regurgitation.

    How to prevent regurgitation?



    If you think that regurgitation brings discomfort to your child or just bothered to disguise endlessly in clean and dry (not without it, you will agree), you can follow several rules that will help avoid regurgitation:

  • After feeding, take the child in his arms vertically (or, as they say, "soldier"), without squeezing the newly filled tummy. This situation will allow the excess air to escape, which will prevent regurgitation.

  • This rule applies to mothers who believe that their child is always hungry, and that it is better to overfeed than to underfeed. Lovely mother, perhaps overeating and becomes the cause of regurgitation. Set the power mode - often and slightly. Stomach of the baby is a kind of vessel with a wide neck, a large amount of milk automatically asks out. Thus, the body itself gets rid of surplus food. Therefore, after the regurgitation, it is not necessary to feed the baby again, since for sure the newly taken milk will again be on the rabbit.

  • The regurgitation can be disturbing even with a mixed type of feeding. Many mothers underestimate their milk and supplement their babies with milk formulas. The intestine can respond in a peculiar way to such meals, namely, to provoke regurgitation and stool changes.

  • Some time after feeding do not let the child lie on the tummy, and also do not turn, twist, shake the baby. Remember the vessel with a wide neck.


  • Observe the child: if he remains all the same active and cheerful, despite the regurgitation, there is no cause for concern. So do not worry about when the baby stops regurgitating. Remember, regurgitation is a physiological process.