ATTN: Mr. Joe De Livera re infant with multiple issuesDear Sir,
First thank you for your time and any suggestions you may have. I have a 6 month old boy who has been diagnosed with tracheomalacia due to cartilage not being developed enough yet. Along with this he silently aspirates and has GERD. Due to those issues he is fed through an NG tube (for readers that may not know this goes in through the nose and directly down to the stomach) he gets 41 ml of breast milk continually per hour with a 2 hour break morning and night. He was initially prescribed zantac at a couple weeks old but a few weeks later they put him on 2ml per day of prevacid. About 2 months ago they upped it to 5 ml ...they said to treat tracheomalacia you aggressively treat the GERD. They recently did a sleep study and are saying he refluxes so much at night it is pulling him out of deep sleep 16-20x pee hour and they want to push his feeding tube directly into the intestines now. He is also constipated, has a BM about once every 5 days. I would love to get him off meds and fix his issues instead of just masking or bipassing his symptoms. I look forward to your advice. Thank you!
Aenjell on 2016-04-07
Recent changes will make it harder for them, but not impossible. Without placing undue restrictions on everyone, the order of events will always be that they succeed in posting first but are subsequently reported and then removed.
That said, Joe, some might say that directing people to your site also counts as spam, so I have deleted your post in order to restore your faith in me. ;D
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