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Acid reflux & Stomach remedies, 18mo old

My 18mos old daughter has been vomiting & spitting up for months now. It started at 12 months and has gotten worse.

A few months ago her pediatrician put her on prevacid for reflux in which it made her constipated. She is now on Zantac and appears to have no side effects but is still spitting up.

We took her to a GI Specialist in which xray, endoscopy, biopsy and ph testing was done. The only thing that they found was spots in her esophagus in which they say is thrush. She is on medication for this.

My main concern is she is still spitting up. The GI says it maybe from her stomach not emptying fast enough. In which he wants to give her some god awful reglan. I DO NOT want to give her this as there are many disturbing side effects.

She has gotten a failure to thrive because she wasn't holding any of her food down. The past two weeks she has been getting better and is able to hold most of her food down, but still is spitting up in her mouth and swallowing it.

Is there any homeopathic remedy that can help my daughter with the vomiting/spitting up/stomach issues?
  rena365 on 2008-09-11
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please give her CALC PHOS 12C every four hours for some days.

when you observe full relief from the symptom you can stop the remedy.
rishimba last decade

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