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    Default ds vomits everynight before bed

    ok as my title says, my ds is almost 20months, spews his bottle and all his dinner before bed. he is otherwise well and happy. I rang the health direct line who suggested giving him smaller amounts of milk at night to see if that helps. am going to try that tonight, just wondering if other mums have other ideas as well? I wouldn't mind a spew free night tia

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    Oh no! Like the pp said is he happy to go to bed?

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    My bub who is 9months now was doing that after she had dinner & then a bottle & bed because I was feeding her too much. She doesn't have dinner now & if she does she has it a couple hrs before her bottle & she hasn't been sick for couple months now.

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    I'd be trying to get rid of the bottle before bed to be honest. Especially at
    20 months. The amount is solids a 20 month old is eating the bottle of milk is probably too much for the stomach to take.

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    Yeah he doesn't need a bottle anymore. Try swapping to a small sipper cup of milk then slowly reduce the amount.

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    I would be trying a smaller bottle a night =) my son was the same whenever he ate & drank too much milk he would throw up, so I cut back his milk bottle & he was ok =)

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    My guess would be he is having too much milk. I would swap to a sippy cup and cut down the amount of milk.

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    My 2 year old started doing this.
    Not had an issue since the bottle fairy paid a visit

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    My dd did this but only if I have her warm milk. I then started giving her cold milk maybe 100mls in a sippy cup and she was fine. I stopped her having milk in bed at 2 and now she occasionally (once or twice a week) has a drink of milk about half an hour before bed while reading stories.


 

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