Should I be concerned if my infant eats, spits up, and wants to eat again?

If your infant sometimes has mild episodes of spitting up or vomiting, there is probably no need for alarm. This is common. If the vomiting becomes more forceful and persistent, you may want to consult a doctor. If you notice signs of dehydration, like fewer wet diapers or a lack of tears when your baby cries, or if you notice the baby's stomach contracting, something more serious may be going on and you should see your doctor for further tests.

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