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5 month old with reflux..using Nat Phos

Hi there I am using Nat Phos 6x currently with my son. He have silent reflux and is formula fed with 1 tsp of rice cereal per ounce to help keep it down. we have had him off prevacid for a while now.
I find Nat Phos does help but he is still super irritable. He is teething a ton. I find Chamomilla helps him calm down. is it safe to use the Chamomilla 30c twice a day along with Nat Phos 6x 5 times a day as of now??
Until he gets better.
Is that too much remedies or can I use them together ?
 
  daniellec on 2013-11-15
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Give him chamomilla only when his symptoms relapse. Giving him 30C twice a day on a regular basis isn't right for him. He can either start proving the remedy and become more irritable and then finally get insensitive to this potency.

Try not giving him chamomilla and then see if he is again going back to his original state. If yes, give him a dose of 30C. Then don't give him any further dose till he is fine.
 
rishimba 6 years ago
I am confused. Can you please be clearer.
 
daniellec 6 years ago
I agree, in this case calc phos is a suitable remedy. However, I was just answering to your question and not suggesting anything new as you never asked for it.

All I said was, giving the child chamomilla on a regular basis isn't good for him. Give him a remedy only when he needs it and that remedy should cover all his symptoms.
 
rishimba 6 years ago
Ho often can I use calc phos? Can I give him some if it is a bad day for him teething wise? Also If I buy the cell salt Calc Phos how many do I give?
 
daniellec 6 years ago

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