I'm seeking help for infant reflux in my second child. I've scoured the other posts, but of course, none are exactly the same as mine, so am seeking individualized support for my 7 week old baby boy.
He is of normal weight and fairly calm disposition. He is exclusively breastfed and when he is awake wants to eat every 30-45 minutes. He doesn't burp regularly and seems to have painful gas as a result. He often pulls his legs up and whines/cries from gas. He has been a restless sleeper since birth, often grunting and coughing as if gagging. He has congestion build up through the night that seems to go away almost immediately in the mornings. He coughs intermittently through out the day. And most importantly he vomits at least once every evening. It is a lot of fluid, but I wouldn't necessarily consider it projectile. He seems happy after he vomits. He also has a tongue that looks white and furry. It's not thrush. I've noticed his hands often seem cool. He's not a sweaty baby.
Thanks for your help. I'm happy to give any more needed information.
[message edited by Jrbain on Sun, 13 Sep 2015 14:52:39 UTC]
Jrbain on 2015-09-13
One dose means
If the medicine is in pills form 2 pills. Don't touch pills with hand. Use cap of bottle to take pills.
If the medicine is in liquid dilution form, 2 drops in some 20 ml water. Sip up slowly.
Please follow homeo restrictions like no coffee, no raw onion/garlic, no strong perfumes, don't eat or drink anything within 30 minutes before or after taking medicine.
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