You've tried it all and nothing's changed.
Short of conjuring some ancient spit up spirit to cast a spell on your household, you may have grown more open-minded in finding solutions.
Here's a collection of more unconventional ideas that I've found online and heard from talking with parents going through this with their wee one.
I'm a worry wart so I didn't try any of these, so I can't attest to their safety or effectiveness. But I do know how it feels to be at the end of your rope.
For more advice, I'd recommend joining and posting on a highly active group on BabyCenter called Surviving Reflux: Dealing with Colic, Reflux, & MSPI. The frequency and severity of these posts reminds me why I'm doing what I'm doing here, and shows me that I still have so much to learn.
As long as you're doing your homework and putting safety first, sometimes you need to think outside of the bib to find what's right for your youngin. What
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Yea, I went there. Nearly half of all babies spit up, regularly. Some more, some less, and for many it's just plain scary.
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