Baby with RefluxHi. I have a 5 month old who has had reflux since birth. I was prescribed Zantac to give her .5 ml 3 times a day. I started with one time a day and didn't see improvement and then moved to two times a day and her symptoms have subsided. I don't want to continue to give her this medicine, I've read all the dangers. I have read pages and pages of your methods and I wanted to ask you for my situation what to do. Her sypmtoms are: after 24hrs off Zantac she starts having a lot of saliva with bubbles around her mouth, she is fussy (which she is a very happy baby), she arches her back and gulps while breastfeeding, she has hiccups and spits up curdled milk. She is very uncomfortable and is restless to sleep. She eats every 4 hours and sleeps 12 hours at night with one feeding at midnight. I purchased the Hylands Nat Phos 6x tablets and was going to follow your previous instructions to others and then saw that it was best to ask you directly. I also purchased the nux vomica 30c tablets because I saw you prescribed those as well. She only has a bowel movement once every other day. Please advise. I see you are very successful with this method but I want to make sure I do the right thing and get rid of this horrible reflux. Thanks in advance for your help!
andedaus on 2014-02-03
This is Joe de Livera's protocol for reflux and you can
go onto his site http://www.joedelevera.com and talk
to him about this. He is on there everyday and not so much
♡ simone717 7 years ago
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