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The most common cause of vomiting in children and babies is gastroenteritis. This is an infection of the gut usually caused by a virus or bacteria, which also causes diarrhoea. The symptoms can be unpleasant but your child will usually start to feel better after a few days. This is just a worse case scenario, but it is a possibility. One of the girls I used to work with had the same problem of her son projectile vomiting after every feeding. The doc said at 1st if was just the formula he was on, so they swtiched him several times, until they ended up with the nutamigen, but even taht didn't help. They can still have allergies, intolerances, have reflux and catch viruses just like a formula fed baby. You're right, we'll just have to try again. My sarcastic little comment about EBF babies having lower risk of GI problems was based on some of the reading I've done over the past few months, including: Well babies may ocassionally vomit, often for no identifiable reason. This can be a small or a large projectile vomit. Where vomiting is repeated it is generally because of ilness. Hi, we have a 4mnth year old baby who has always needed to burp more than once after feeding whilst still managing to throw up some after a while. We live in a warmer part of the planet though we make sure room temps are good sonI doubt this is a cause. The milk brand used is called Similac, which is supposedly one of the better brands.