Baby Feeding Problems Directory
Baby feeding problems are common, from breastfeeding and formula feeding problems to solid food problems. When your baby does not want to try new foods, try small portions. If your baby has an allergy or intolerance to food, you should discuss alternatives with your doctor. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how baby feeding problems are caused, how to treat them, and much more.
Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Breastfeeding
WebMD's list of questions to ask your doctor about breastfeeding.
Spitting Up and Vomiting in Babies
Learn about spitting up and vomiting in babies -- a huge concern for many parents.
7 Questions About Your Newborn Baby's First Week
Answers to basic questions about caring for your infant during her first week of life.
Should You Sterilize Your Baby's Bottles?
Should parents still sterilize baby bottles? Don't bother. WebMD tells you why.
Breastfeeding Tips for Working Mothers
Here are essential tips for the working mom.
Tips on Weaning Your Baby From Breastfeeding to the Bottle
Weaning your baby can be a traumatic experience. Here's how to know when it's time to stop nursing.
Establishing Your Baby's Breast Feeding Schedule
Is your baby getting enough to eat? How often should they be feeding? Here's how to tell.
Tips for Nursing Mothers: Common Problems
Here are simple solutions for breastfeeding moms.
When Is Baby Ready for Solid Food?
Simple solutions help parents learn what to do when it’s time for babies to take those first, small spoonfuls of solid food.
Baby Food Options
New information changes some old rules about first feedings. More options and healthier choices help babies switch to solids.
Baby Food Safety
A review of health and safety concerns is crucial for parents as they begin preparing and serving their babies solid foods.
Breastfeeding Pain and Problems
In the beginning, breastfeeding can be frustrating, even painful. We help nursing mothers clear the early hurdles.