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5 week old with GERD

Hello

My daughter is 5 weeks and she spits up very often and grunts as soon as we lay her down ( we have tried inclined no angle works) so my husband and I take turns at night to hold her or she grunts until she wakes up crying.

I just bought nat phoz 6x but I want to know what else can I do. I am already in a hypoallergenic diet, giving her and taking probiotics and she is breastfed only.

Help please
 
  Tati85 on 2017-01-16
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Please use Natrum Phos 6 and see how that affects. Other possibilities are Nux Vomica 200 and Chamomilla 200. Please try one by one.
 
kadwa 3 years ago
What is the dose for the nat phos 6x and is it completely safe for a 5 week old? No side effects ??
 
Tati85 3 years ago
1/2 pellet twice a day with mother's milk. These remedies are quite safe and without any side effects.
 
kadwa 3 years ago
Hello.
I have a seven week old daughter who is having a lot of discomfort with reflux. I would like to try this...so you have any updates of how it worked for you
 
Vydiana 2 years ago

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