Most babies will stop burping on their own within a few months of being born. However, there are some things you can do to help your baby stop burping.
When to stop burping your baby depends on the individual baby. Some babies will stop burping on their own within a few months of being born, while others may continue to burp until they are a bit older. In most cases, you can stop burping your baby when they are able to sit up on their own and when they are able to eat solid foods.
If your baby is still burping after a few months, there are a few things you can do to help them stop. One thing you can do is to burp your baby after every feeding. You can also try to position your baby so their chin is touching their chest and their stomach is facing up. This will help the gas to escape.
If your baby is still burping after a few months and you have tried the tips mentioned above, you may want to consult with your pediatrician. There may be something wrong with your baby and they may need to be treated for it.