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3 year old reflux

My daughter just turned 3 and seems like she has yet to outgrow the reflux that has been around since birth. We have never used medication for it before but after having my son a few weeks ago, I realized her reflux may need to be treated too. She has been burping a bunch lately and when she gets laughing really good she will get hiccups then start spitting up some. It would be so great to balance her system out finally and get rid of it! I don't want her to go on Zantac or any of those meds so what can I use for her? I have nat phos 6x and nux vomica 30c at home right now. She is 36-37 lbs and 3 years old. Thank you!!
 
  Sheahanc2 on 2015-04-08
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
What food or drink does she crave and what food or drink makes her digestive system disordered?

Describe her nature wrt likes, dislikes, behavior, energy levels, fears, interaction with others, thermal preferences, stool, urine, sweat, hunger and thirst.
 
rishimba 5 years ago
She always asks for Apple juice, apples, Mac n cheese, or peanut butter toast. Milk seems to make things worse and also extra mucousy so I don't give her milk except in cereal. If she eats a lot of oranges then she tends to spit up more frequently.

She is very creative and artsy, she likes to sing and dance, act out scenes from her favorite movies, and make things. Theres not much that she doesn't like though. She is good about trying new things.

Her current behavior is not the norm, not sure if from having a little brother join the family a few weeks ago or just being three, but lately she is very easily whiny, doesn't listen well, has a mean streak going, and throws fits. She is normally very sweet, compassionate, well mannered and I only see that side of her every once in awhile lately.

She has crazy amounts of energy and sometimes she is so busy she won't even respond to my questions. When we are around others, she may be quiet at first for a few minutes while she observes them but then goes into full blown ham mode showing off and trying to do whatever she can to get them to play with her. Very social.

We usually have the house pretty cool but only really hot temps seem to bug her. She went through a period of being afraid of shadows, the dark, and monsters but lately she doesn't seem to show much fear. New situations or places she seems hesitant to dive right in right away but that only takes a few minutes for her to warm up to new stuff.

Urine is light to medium yellow, light towards the evenig. She is completely potty trained even at night. Stool is usually a little harder or sometimes pebble like, and goes typically once a day. I give her two fiber gummies a day, along with 4 vitamin d gummies and 1 iron gummy. She was vitamins d deficient until recently and is now iron deficient.

She doesn't sweat much unless playing in hot weather outside. She has always had a great appetite. I try to feed her 5-6 times a day and she usually eats at each snack or meal, maybe skipping one. She lets me know when she is thirsty and I leave a cup out for her except after dinner. After dinner is just water, and an hour before bed we limit fluids. She generally drinks water or Apple juice during the day.

Hope that helps. :)
 
Sheahanc2 5 years ago
I should also add that she has had tubes put in ears and has asthma that only flares up with a uri.
 
Sheahanc2 5 years ago
Does she like to be hugged and caressed often or does she prefer being aloof?

Does she vomit fluids as well during reflux episodes?
 
rishimba 5 years ago
She has always been a cuddled and I usually rub her arm, leg or face to help her go to sleep. When she laughs really hard, she gets hiccups and we usually slow down because if we don't then she will spit up chunky liquid stuff.
 
Sheahanc2 5 years ago
Please give her PHOSPHORUS 200C one dose only on a single day. Wait and watch her response for the next one week.

One dose would be 3 drops in some 10 ml water sipped up in empty stomach. No food or water one hour before or after.

You can repeat this dose after about 10 days if symptoms return.
 
rishimba 5 years ago
Just to confirm, you mean one dose one time. If need to repeat then can do so in 10 days. Not one dose a day right?

Also, I am new to the homeopathic remedies...is there anything I need to watch for when giving her this treatment or anything food/supplement wise that needs to be avoided? Also, what is the purpose of this treatment as far as what it's going to do to her body? For example, is it going balance out the acidity or some other kind of imbalance se may have? Sorry for extra questions, just want to make sure I understand what she is taking and what it should do for her before I give it to her. Thanks again!!!
 
Sheahanc2 5 years ago
Yes, only one dose. Let me know after a week.

This is probably her homeopathic constitution now. She seems to be a Phosphorus child. She will respond to this remedy on a holistic level. Consequently, all irregularities will gradually get cured.

Repetition only after relapse of symptoms.
 
rishimba 5 years ago

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