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my baby has reflux

My almost 6weeks old has reflux.she was put on zintac for 2 weeks but it didn't work.now she is on lansoprazole.it is not working either.i just bought nuAge 10 nat phos.but it's for age 2-6 and 6 plus.there's no dosage for kids under 2.can I give to my baby?how many and how often?.
 
  kemelio on 2013-08-16
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Hi, You can go onto www.joedelivera.com- his site and read about this and dosage and so on.
If you are a nursing Mom you take this also.

The dose is to start off with 1/2 of one tablet and no more than 5 doses a day.
I would dissolve the 1/2 tablet in a tsp of water and spoon it into the babies mouth
or use a dropper. This is bc you want to be sure the baby got the remedy. You do this
right after a feeding.

It may take a day or so to see results and sometimes the dose has to be increased to
one full tab ( no more than 5 a day) for things to start working right and then
you can reduce the size and frequency as this condition gets healed.

You need the cell salt Nat phos 6x. They have the cell salts, Hylands Brand at whole foods,
and you can order online from Vitacost.
 
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