Quoting LEGENDARY JAS ♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting MunchkinWrangler:</b>" Actually... dear... she said that she ... [snip!] ... your doctor and come up with a plan and/or do some testing if necessary. Stop putting words in my mouth. Run your ass along."
Does cussing make you feel tough?
I did read, thank you. It's NORMAL for a child who spits up to not be able to take large amounts at once. If she's only spitting up that much when she's drinking big bottles, it's not really an emergent issue.
If YOU read, you'd see that she DID speak to her doctor about her concerns and her doctor told her that it was something her child would probably grow out of. Also, if you read you would see that she HAD tried medication for her child without luck. What other intervention do you suggest if she has already tried medications and has spoken to her child's doctor? The only other intervention that could be given is to determine that it's something that needs surgery. It's that, or the child will grow out of it. Pretty damn simple. And most likely, since it really isn't that severe, her child WILL grow out of it. Probably not something OP wants to hear, she probably wants a quick fix... but that's the truth.
I'll run my ass along if you would like to explain further what you expect her or her doctor to do, if medication is not going to work? What kind of testing do you expect to be done on an 11-month-old? Go ahead... explain. Worry this poor mother some more about something that really isn't that HUGE of a deal.