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Feeding Issues


Common feeding issues and tummy troubles usually occur because your baby's digestive system is still developing, especially during their first three to four months. You might notice your little one spitting up or experiencing painful gas, constipation, or other discomforts. Learn more about typical infant digestive issues, why they may happen, and tips for helping your baby feel better.


Common baby tummy troubles



Your baby's digestive health

In utero, your baby was absorbing nutrients from mom. But now, your little one is breaking down and digesting foods on their own. And since their delicate stomach is still developing and adapting to the world outside the womb, they may experience some digestive issues. 

Whether your baby consumes breast milk or formula during their first months, you may notice spit-up, excessive gassiness and crying, diarrhea, constipation, or other discomforts. While some digestive issues are typical in healthy babies, others may indicate a potential food allergy, sensitivity, or other concerns. Reach out to your pediatrician to discuss what may be going on with your little one.

Formula for baby tummy troubles

Baby formulas for tummy troubles are tailored to ease feeding issues such as colic, gas, fussiness, spit-up, and constipation.

Lineup of Enfamil formulas for tummy troubles


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