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Infant weight gain

I'm hoping you can help me. My 5 month old has been very slow to gain weight. He was born at a low birth weight of 3lb 6 oz at 36 weeks and is now 12lb 1oz. He is on his own slow growth curve, according to his doctors. He was gaining beautifully for the first 3 months, but then all of a sudden it slowed. I've cut out dairy, eggs, and nuts as possible intolerences. We also thought it may have been reflux and had him on zantac medication but we're just not sure that's it and I'm not too happy with zantac or medicine in general. Can you please tell me, if there is a homeopathic way for me to increase his appetite?
[message edited by annar840 on Sun, 25 Oct 2015 00:14:02 UTC]
  annar840 on 2015-10-25
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Please give him CALCAREA PHOSPHORICA 12C twice daily for some days till his reflux problem is cured.
rishimba 7 years ago
Is it a powder? Do I mix it with breast milk?
annar840 7 years ago
Mix the remedy with a teaspoonful of water.

If the remedy is bought in pill/globule form, dissolve 3 globules in a teaspoonful of water and let him sip it up.
rishimba 7 years ago
there are lots of supplement for infant weight gain. But you should cunsult with the doctor first.
robertmiller 7 years ago

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