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7 week old baby silent reflux

My son is has the characteristics of silent relfux. He grunt, stretches alot, almost like he is passing gas. He is very gassy. I already give him gripe water twice a day. He is completely breastfeed. Whenever he latches on he arches his back and gets frustrated and angry feeds. Burp after feeding, never sleeps more then 30 min to 1 after each feeding. He sleeps well at nighttime. He weight 9.4lbs. Please help.
  Relfuxbaby1 on 2016-11-14
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Cheak;mother diet;mother should drink more water.
DrManojVEDI 4 years ago
I have cut diary out of my diet and i drink close to 3 litres of water a day. Is that not enough? It seems like he is congested alot in past few week. He doesnt have stuffy nose or he is not sick. Just can hear thick mucus in back of his throat. He tends to have hiccups alot. He grunts alot in his sleep or when he is awake. Also giving him Nat pho 6x half tablet after each feed. It seem to help in begining but then i stop giving to him afyer week and it seems to have come back.Please let me know, if there is anything else.
[message edited by Relfuxbaby1 on Sat, 10 Dec 2016 09:43:51 UTC]
Relfuxbaby1 4 years ago
This is my 6 week old boy EXACTLY.
Mariarico 4 years ago

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