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#1 of 8 Old 02-18-2008, 08:12 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Yeah the title says it all. She's ten months old and still spits up (not constantly like when she was younger) but probably every second day or so.

Any thoughts as to whether I should be concerned or not?
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If she's been spitty her whole life and is happy and gaining well, I wouldn't worry. My son was a constant spitter as a baby and was still spitting up once every day or two at that age too. By a year he was down to about once a week and didn't fully stop until 18 months. Everyone always told me he'd stop at 6 months or when he started solids. Obviously, that wasn't the case.

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My DD1 is 15m old and still spits up a couple times a week. It has gradually gotten less and less as the months go by.

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my older dd spit up forever too...although my second has spit up maybe 5 times in her whole life so maybe your next babe will be payback
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My DD spit up pretty consistently until she was around a year, when it dropped off dramatically. Of course, she still gets burps with extras on occasion, and she's going to be 2 in April.

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My DD was a very spitty-uppy baby even though they say BF babies aren't supposed to be. She is turning a year this week and she still spits up once every other day or so.
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My DD spit up fpr a long time too, probably at least to a year. Don't worry, as long as she isn't uncomfortble and is gaining well etc, she should be fine!
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My 10 mo old still spits up too. Only about once a week, sounds like it's normal though, huh? Good to know!
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