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infant spit-up

hi...my 9 week old son spits-up volumes especially after feedings (i breastfeed) and it can last for up to 2 hours on an off. it's worse at night when he's trying to go to sleep. he falls asleep after nursing and then is woken up by spitting up so much. he has rattling in his nose from it. he is gaining weight and doesn't seem to be in pain. sometimes fussy right before, but fine afterwards. the doctor isn't really concerned. wants me to try giving him some cereal in a bottle, but i was wondering if there were any remedies i could try first??? thanks!
  gincip on 2009-10-14
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You may try the following remedies
aethusa 30c
ipecac 30c

Let us say that you start with aethusa 30c thrice a day at a gap of 4 hours on one day. Don't give daily. See his response for next 3-4 days and if necessary you may move to ipecac which is to be given in the same way.

One dose means 2 pills or 1 drop in some water.
kadwa last decade
thank you...unfortunately i don't have aethusa in my kit...i heard something about silica 6x working too, especially if he is having a hard time digesting breast milk...could this work as well?
gincip last decade
As per Boericke's Repertory the remedy for vomiting due to milk is aethusa among others but silicea is not there.
kadwa last decade

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