With all of these methods, give your baby gentle pats or small, circular rubs to get the burp out.
Babies get gas from sucking in air while feeding. Burping helps them get these air bubbles out. If you’re feeding a baby with a bottle, burp her after every 2-3 ounces she drinks, as well as at the end of her feeding. If she’s fussy or spits up a lot, try burping even more often during the feeding.