150 mL is the average amount of milk that is expected to be consumed by a 2 month old infant, but it does not have to be the only accepted amount. If your baby is vomiting after drinking 150 mL this is a definite indicator that his stomach is not large enough to accommodate this much milk. So you need to reduce the volume of milk per meal to 130 mL. And the fact that he is gaining weight adequately is reassuring in terms of good nutritional status.
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