Acid refluxMy 15 month old baby has been on several different reflux medication since she was a couple months old. Nothing has helped her and she has alway limited how much she nurses and currently eats very little solid food. She is taking 20 mg of nexium and I split it into 10 mg and give it to her twice a day. I am scared to take her off because after she had her adenoids removed at 9 months old 2 months later developed a granulation tumor which she had to get removed again due to uncontrolled acid reflux. Her ENT has scared me and said that she has severe damage from reflux and that if I take her off her medication it will only damage the tissue of her esophagus and adenoids more. I believe that the nexium is hurting her and I hate giving it to her and I am trying to find other solutions. I have been giving her nat phos 6x for 3 weeks now. I give her one tablet disolved in milk at 630 am with her nexium, at 1 pm after lunch, at 4 pm with her second dose of nexium and at 730 pm before she goes to bed. I have no idea if I am giving it too often or too much. I am desperate to help my daughter and get her off this horrible nexium. I am thinking of going down to 10 mg of nexium just in the morning. But should I increase the nat phos? I need help! Thank you
Allirose on 2013-08-21
about how you are doing this. He is the one who started
the nat phos protocol.
♡ simone717 7 years ago
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