Silent reflux in 8 month old Page 4 of 3
YOU WILL HAVE TO TELL ME MORE SYMPTOMS.
ARE YOU BREAST FEEDING HIM?
OR GIVING HIM POWDERED MILK?IS HE COMFORTABLE AFTER HAVING YOUR MILK?DOES HE CLING TO ANY ONE NEAR HIM WHEN HE WAKES UP?
ANY ANTIBIOTICS USED AFTER WHICH THE BEHAVIOUR CHANGED?
STOOL EVERY DAY OR OTHERWISE?AND ANY OTHER OBSERVATION YOU HAVE.
[Edited by anuj srivastava on 2018-07-05 03:14:46]
♥ anuj srivastava last weekHello Dr,
Thanks dr, My baby slept very well yesterday, in fact it's the first time he slept soooo well. We are relieved, what magic I don't know, he slept in 2 hr stretches from 9 pm till 7 am, only once did he startled and once he screamed, but I could easily comfort him.
Regarding your questions-- he is on isomil from 2 nd month of birth, soy based formula because he has milk allergy. Pooping is once every day, hard& smelly stools, but he passes them without much stress. Now he takes solid food, juices etc at least thrice a day(babanb & ragi cereal, idli& dosa, bananas, apple& orange juice, rice soup, etc)
He hasn't been on any antibiotics in the past 4 months or so. No other supplements too.
He is clingy, always, but it to me and to my parents back home.
He feeds well, no gas n spit ups after taking nat phos.
He is yet to get teeth, but stands up, crawls, sits down, etc etc, I would say he is very athletic, always mobile.
Regarding weight, he is in the lower percentile, weigh 8.5 kg and this is his 9th month. Height is 69 cm
Another observation.... I guess he is missing my home & his grand parents and nature( we are in a flat here) and that's why he is fussing. He was very close to them.
He rubs his cheek, gums etc which makes me think he has discomfort due to teething. He utters a few words too. He is afraid of strangers, it also started after coming here. He was very friendly to all, back home. He cries when we visit our froenfr homes, but will be ok after an hour or so
That's all for now Dr, pls guide us further. We really look fwd to your guidances.
Have a great day, thank you
Eecki last weekWould like to add this...
He look pale and anemic at times,, asked his paed, he added iron drops, it made him very very constipated, so we stopped it. Paed told we will re start it later.
Eecki last weekIN ADDITION TO NP START CALC PHOS 6X,ONE TAB THREE TIMES A DAY.CONTINUE GIVING FEED BACKS.
♥ anuj srivastava last weekHello Dr
Thanks for the reply...will add calc phos too..
Btw haven't restarted NP after stopping yesterday. Now I understand I should, isn't it Dr?
Sure will updsth routinely.
Thanks and regards.
Eecki last weekHello Dr,
Sorry to post again.
Continue nat phos as 1-1-1??
He is sleeping ok, one nap in morning, one in noon, somewhat 1.5 hr long sleep cycles in night...got our Calc phos&started that.
Eecki last week
Eecki last weekHello Dr
He was doing fine until two days back when he started sleep fighting again. This is particularly with day time naps. He is very sleepy, but forces himself to open his eyes and sits down, cries a lot while doing this.
In night, he wakes up at around 2AM for the past 2 days, sits down and is in pkayfpl mood. Becomes very active n mobile, crawls& sits& stands& falls. Nothing can make him sleep until 4 or 5 AM again...
He is only on nat phos& calc phos... he doesn't have any signs of reflux like gas, spit up etc. No screaming in night, though he cries a lot in day.
Please revert dr. Awaiting your reply, sleep deprivation is the worst thing to be in.
Eecki 3 days agoSTOP THE SALTS AND GIVE A DOSE OF CHAMOMILLA.WITH A FEED BACK.
♥ anuj srivastava 3 days agoHello Dr Anuj
He is definitely better on chamomilla, crying frequency n duration reduced, but it's still there. He woke up thrice last night, but was never up more than 40 minutes max.( Earlier it was like 2 hrs)
Napped from 10-11:30 AM, then had lunch and is sleep resisting now. Surely drowsy, but don't wanna sleep, hence is fussy and cries.
Continue chamomilla? What about salts- when to restart?
Pls revert when free,
Thanks & regards.
Eecki 2 days ago
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