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Question for Passkey regarding infant reflux

Thanks for taking the time to read this.
I read your other post regarding infant reflux & silica marina being the remedy.
I have a 5 1/2 month old with reflux.
I ordered the 6x Silica Marina but they were out of stock so I got the 12x instead.
My baby is primarily breast fed. I nurse him one or twice at night & all morning & afternoon, & right before bed time he takes one bottle.
What time should I take the Silica marina?
Should I just take one pill half before I feed him or every time before I feed him?
How many days sould I continue this for?
Can't I give him the silica marina directly?
I would really appreciate it if you could give me some guidance as I am completely new to homeopathy & would really like to avoid giving my baby any medications.
  BDK77 on 2005-07-13
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
you can either take the pill yourself -- about an hour before breast feed . Do this once a day for a week and then stop . Only start again if the problem returns.


You can put it in the bottle each day for 3/5 days , and wait , only repeat if the problem returns.
walkin last decade
hi theredid the medicine u give was silica marina? i am confused as i did order silica marina as mentioned at the bottom. ??
cheenu last decade
Spelling is a pain!.

You need Silica with NO extra word on it!.

It is made from Silex, flint etc.
walkin last decade

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