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Attn: Dr Joe Livera - Infant Reflux

Hello,

I have been reading posts about infant reflux being treated with Nat Phos 6x. My infant, now 3 months old and 15 pounds was diagnosed with reflux at 4 weeks old by her pediatrician. She was started on zantac. The zantac is not helping as expected and the Dr. wishes to move her to a PPI. This makes me nervous.

From what I have read in other posts, I am to give the following:

Day 1 - one tablet after feeding, not to exceed 6 tablets in a day

Day 2 - 1/2 tablet after feeding

I am not sure what to do on Day 3. Can you please point me in the right direction on how to use the Nat Phos 6x?

Thank you in advance for your help.
 
  love717 on 2016-03-17
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You have obviously read about my Nat Phos 6x (NP) therapy and I read your post immediately below another I have just responded to which I hope you will also read on Baby GERD.
Answering your question:
You will continue to give baby a tablet of NP in halves before and after every feed and all will be well.

I do not visit the ABC daily as I used to a decade ago but you can alert me on my own Website
www.joedelivera.com

STOP THE ZANTAC AS IT IS DANGEROUS.
 
Joe De Livera 3 years ago

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