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4 week old diagnosed with "colic" but showing signs of silent reflux ?

My lo has been great until she hit 3 weeks old and then I started to see a change at first it was just crying at night around 7 to 10 pm but then as the days went on it became every time she woke up . And now she hardly sleeps without waking . Her signs consist of constant hunger witch she is bottle fed, gassy ,hiccups all the time . She had always made grunting noise since birth but I bbelieve that may be a sign . She doesn't spit up but I know she's in pain . And I'm not taking colic as the answer ! Anyone have this issue . It's hurts to see her like this I'm a mommy of three and never had this problem with my first two .
 
  heathergarcia92 on 2014-10-01
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1. What is the age, weight & height of child
2. Physical appearance: Thin, Medium, Chubby
3. How is the child mentally & emotionally normally
4. How is the child mentally & emotionally during reflux/gerd
5. What are the symptoms of reflux/gerd
6. How is the child’s stool
7. Does the child have gas (flatulence), if yes, a lot or less
8. How is the child’s desire to feed
9. Is the child teething
10. How is the child’s sweat (perspiration), answer all these points
• Any Smell
• Where mostly
• How much (little, a lot etc.)
 
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