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Seeking help for silent reflux for my 2.5 month old

Hi, I have a 2.5 month old that was diagnosed with silent reflux at around 8 weeks and is on Zantac. I would like to try homeopathic meds for her as it kills me to give such a little one such strong medicines. I am new to homeopathy so not sure what information I need to provide in order to get some advice from the experts in this forum.

Some symptoms:
Cries before every feed - even when hungry, so I make her sleep before I feed her.

Very gassy all day

Burps several times during the day despite not being fed anytime close to the time of burp.

Cries with pain for several hours, -arches her back while burping.

Doesn't nap or sleep well unless held upright in my arms or when nursing in sleep.

Exclusively breastfed

Please help me!
 
  RMAAAA17 on 2016-11-07
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Please give dioscorea 30 twice a day for 3 days and see how that affects. If this doesn't help give the following remedies in the same way one by one.


nux vomica 30
belladonna 30
chamomilla 30

You may mix one drop or pill with some water or mother's milk and give as one dose.
 
kadwa 3 years ago

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