What is regurgitation?

Regurgitation is really common in infants and usually happens after a feeding. While parents often worry that something is wrong with their baby when they regurgitate, it’s just the reflux of the baby’s stomach contents or milk flowing from their mouth following a feeding.

Uncomplicated regurgitation in healthy babies is normal and it’s nothing to be concerned about. Regurgitation varies with age and it’s most often seen in the first month of a baby’s life.

What causes regurgitation?

Experts have found that regurgitation is generally caused by a baby swallowing air during feeding, being overfed, crying, or coughing.

How does BioGaia ProTectis Drops diminish the frequency of regurgitation?

Recommended by paediatricians world-wide

BioGaia has been scientifically proven to help babies reduce regurgitation by 80% a day. It does this by gently helping the baby’s immature stomach increase its gastric emptying rate.

While your baby’s stomach is learning how to properly empty, BioGaia ProTectics Drops can help by stimulating gastric emptying (how quickly food moves from the stomach into the intestines).

*Daily supplementation with 5 drops of BioGaia ProTectis in formula fed babies vs. placebo.

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