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Forceful or projectile vomiting, though, or spitting up large amounts of milk after most feedings, can be a sign of a problem.
In formula-fed babies, vomiting may happen after overfeeding, or because of an intolerance to formula.
If there is blood in the stool, call your healthcare provider right away.
Colic is a problem that affects some babies during the first 3 to 4 months of life.It can be very stressful and frustrating to parents.Healthcare providers have defined colic as prolonged or excessive crying in an infant who is otherwise well.They may be as often as every few hours with feedings.Babies with diarrhea have watery, very loose bowel movements that happen very often.Trouble in any of these areas can be a short-term adjustment or a sign of a more serious problem.These symptoms may indicate the baby is having digestive problems.These tips may help babies with reflux: Talk with your baby's healthcare provider if he or she is fussier than usual or the vomiting seems worse.Also check with the healthcare provider if your baby has problems breathing during or after feedings, has choking spells, or refuses feedings.A baby may or may not have signs of cramping with the diarrhea.Watery bowel movements and diarrhea in a newborn can quickly lead to severe dehydration. Talk with your baby's healthcare provider if there is a change in your baby's bowel movements or your baby develops diarrhea.