Babies may stick their tongues out when they are full or if they are hungry or if they have reflux. So it can be quite normal except for the babies who do this because they have reflux, but the baby's tongue will not appear to be too large for the mouth. You say that your baby's tongue sticks out all the time and appears to be too big for his mouth.The medical term for a large tongue is 'macroglossia' It is just possible that he has a congenital condition called the 'Beckwith Weidemann Syndrome or BWS'. It would be best to ask a paediatric geneticist to see your baby to be sure that this syndrome can be excluded. Most geneticists work in academic departments at the large teaching hospitals.
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