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Video: Common breastfeeding questions: spitting up, eating special foods

This video answers some common questions about breastfeeding. A lactation consultant says it’s quite common for a baby to spit up some milk after a feed. Usually it doesn’t stop your baby gaining weight at a healthy pace. But if you’re concerned, talk to your child and family health nurse or GP. We also hear about nutrition and eating well for breastfeeding.

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Last updated or reviewed
02-03-2015

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