8 month old acid refluxHi all,
My baby has suffered from gerd since he was 3 months old (when we discovered he had reflux). He started out with zantac and being that it is weight sensitive we had to continue to increase his dosage. He began to have serious sleeping problems which we soon found out could be causes by the zantac. He is currently on Prevacid and about a month ago we had to up his dosage to a full tablet. His reflux seems to be under control but now he is constipated all the time. I absolutely hate giving him medicine but he is in so much pain if we do not give him the meds. He is breastfed and on some solids, but we have to limit what he eats because of the constipation. I would really live to stop administering meds and go to something more natural. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Desperate for relief!
Teh084 on 2013-09-02
Please see the other post on the forum now about this
and the nat phos treatment. http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/396503
You can go over to http://www.joedelivera.com ( who
developed this and read about it on there also)
You can talk to Joe about this and he suggests that
the bf Mom also takes the nat phos and he may
suggest that you see how the constipation is after the
start of this or possibly add in a pill of nux vomica 30c
to help with that.
There are other remedies if this does not work, but
it is a good place to begin, and you can stop the other
meds right away.
♡ simone717 7 years ago
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