I know you have retired from this forum but I am still hoping you somehow read this post of mine and respond to it with your great "Jeopathy" assistance. I have been reading all the replies and assistance you have offered in the past years to many babies with Reflux and I am hoping I get one too.
My baby is 4 month old and weighs 11 pounds. She is on nutramigen hypoallergenic formula. She was diagnosed with acid reflux when she was a month old. Her symptoms are uneasy feedings, multiple spits ups after every feed, lot of burping through out the day, very less feed, uneasy lying on back and always spits up when picked up and held upright for e.g after diaper change. She doesn’t consume more than 3 oz per feed as she gets uncomfortable within 2 oz intake. I am not sure if it's due to the air she gulps or due to reflux. When I burp her during feeds she does burp a lot and then when put the bottle back in she takes only 1 oz it sometimes just refuses. I feed her frequently since she consumes less and her spit ups continue the whole day. She tends to take in lot of air too.. sometimes sleeps with mouth open and shores lightly. Can hear her gulping something during sleep and then wakes up uncomfortable. Due to all this her appetite has significantly reduced and she is failing to thrive. I am highly concerned and don't know how to help her. Doctor prescribed Zantac in the past but it did not help. I breastfed her in the past but due to some microscopic traces of blood in her stool( doctor did the still rest) I was told to give her nutramugen formula.
I want to try nat phos 6x but want to consult you before starting on dosage, frequency and how long to take it. In your last post you have mentioned to give half of it before the feeding and rest half after feeding, and not to exceed 6 of them in 24 hours. Should I do it in the same way? For how many days should I try this? And would the dosage and frequency be same for all the days? And what to do if her symptoms aggravate? Should I then stop or continue?
Please help me.
Lee1 2 years ago
Hoping to hear back from you.
Lee1 2 years ago
You can talk to Joe de Livera on his own site.www.joedelivera.com
He is not a dr. He has never claimed to be a dr. People on this forum from some countries start calling anyone who helps dr. This leads to confusion
Over the years after many threads doing this.
♥ simone717 2 years ago
My son is almost 3 months old and spits up a lot of milk after each feeding. He's is on formula as well as breastfed. Can you please suggest a medication that will help him stop spitting up.He's not on any kind of medication. Thank you for your help in advance.
sarah chowdhruy last year
My daughter is 3.5 months old suffering from GER/GERD.
The symptoms are as follows
Excessive lips smaacking
Drop in appetite
While feeding she shakes up (spreading her hands and making a noise for 10 -15 sec. at times there are no noise and just spreading hands and shaking)
She also shakes up (sometimes with noise sometime without) in between meals spanning for 5-15 secs
Does not burp after meal except for once or twice in a day
She is not exactly constipated but her stool is quite thick in consistency
She is mostly on formula and 5% on breast milk
As per hers peds recommendation, she was on NEOSURE formula for weight gain (as she was under weight when born). But after we reported the problem, the doctor suggested thickened formula - ENFAMIL AR, thus reducing the spit-ups to almost nill
since no medication has been prescribed by her peds so we wanted to take the homeopathy route.
We have started administering NUX VOM 30 twice daily (3 pallets each time) and Sulphur 30 twice daily (3 pallets each time). Also we have given her COLOCYNTH 30 as SOS. This SOS gives temporary relief
But the problem continues to persist.
My daughter is going through lot of pain. Could you please suggest a proper medication for my daughter
binoyhalder 6 months ago
Mr. Delivera has his own site.
You can post on there.
[Edited by simone717 on 2019-01-06 05:42:17]
♥ simone717 6 months ago
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