Acid reflux, which includes symptoms like spitting up and heartburn, is not uncommon in children. This condition is typically caused by food lifting from the stomach into the esophagus. As uncomfortable as this condition can be, it is typically not a serious concern.
One of the biggest causes of acid reflux in children is eating a large meal near bedtime. Certain foods can also trigger the condition, and it is best to eliminate these foods from your child’s diet. Your pediatrician is likely to suggest that your child eat smaller meals more frequently throughout the day rather than three large meals.
Please check with your doctor regarding any health related questions or issues.