Babies often bring upmilk during or shortly after feedingthis is known as possetting or reflux.

It's differentfrom Vomiting in children and babies , wherea baby's muscles forcefully contract.

Reflux is just your baby effortlessly spitting up whatever they've swallowed.

It's natural to worry something is wrong with your baby if they're bringing up their feeds. But reflux is very common and will usually pass by the time your baby is a year old.

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Medically Reviewed by a doctor on 16 Jan 2017