Silent refluxDear Sir or Madam,
I have been looking for remedies for my silent reflux baby and would need your help.
My baby girl was born with 9 lbs 5 oz and diagnosed with silent reflux at four weeks. She was breastfed for a month than put on an organic lactose free formula. She was prescribed Zantac which we startd to give her when symptoms were out of control at week 6. Lately sha has been worse than ever. She was always eating well, however, she started to refuse feeds a few days ago. Screaming before,during and after until she falls asleep. She is sleeping well at night and has her daily naps. She seems to be content and happy cooing when it is not feeding time. Nobody believes us that she is having a hard time eating because she is so happy. Once feeding time comes, it takes us two hours to feed her two ounces. She is 15 lbs now and we are afraid that she is gonna start loosing weight fast. Moreover, we can not keep force feeding her. I have come upon this wonderful website and read about nat phos 6 x and the other things. I would like to get some advice on how to start off my baby on nat phos. How many per day can I give her? Should I give her nux vomica as well? When should I decrease her dose? Thank you very much for your time. I really appreciate your help. Best regards, R.
saboregi on 2014-07-28
I would be interested to hear how it goes if you do decide to pursue that kind of therapy.
♡ Evocationer 6 years ago
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