Baby Digestion and Reflux Directory
It's common for new babies to have tummy troubles. Babies with digestion problems may have gas, constipation, diarrhea, or they may spit up a lot. In fact, more than half of all infants under 3 months old have a digestive disorder called gastroesophageal reflux, or GERD. Reflux occurs when the contents in the baby's belly move backwards up through the esophagus during or after a meal. Changes in your baby's diet or formula may help ease digestive woes, but sometimes medication is needed. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about baby digestion and reflux, what the symptoms are, how to treat it, and much more.
GERD and Acid Reflux in Infants and Children
Learn about acid reflux in infants and children, including causes, diagnosis, and treatment.
Spitting Up and Vomiting in Babies
Learn about spitting up and vomiting in babies -- a huge concern for many parents.
Spitting Up in Infants Treatment
WebMD offers tips for helping an infant who is spitting up.
Why Won’t Baby Eat?
Feeling frustrated during your baby’s mealtime? WebMD helps you understand common feeding problems and offers solutions to your most challenging mealtime dilemmas.