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Frequent projectile vomiting in toddler 4


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Urgent help - projectile vomiting

Our baby is 7 months old, gaining waight slowly and was already treated for reflux at 4months but it was horrible watching her fighting to not have to drink the medicine..
The allergy tests show no food allergy, but she projectile vomits, sometimes even after solid food. She likes vegetables, but does not like fruits or anything sweet. She spits up up to 6 times after fruit purre, but the biggest problem is her milk. Her biggest meal of the day is when she wakes up around 2am, during the day she is crying during feeds, hitfing the bottle ecc. She does not like rice or almond milk either.
Her feet are always cold, her milk must be at room temperature, not warm, she does not like socks, tight clothes, bibs or hats or anythibg artound her neck.
She is a fussy baby, has problems with constipation occasionaly since birth.
We've changed a lot of milks already,we would like toher to eat solids but she has no apetite and is very tired after solid food, sometimesvomits during feeding or seems like she has nausea later. Two months aggo she was driking 160ml every 3hours or 200g of solid food, now she eats less and less.

Please help
  Laskozvita on 2017-09-06
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nux vomica 0/1 3pills into 100ml bottle..give 1teaspoon from it thrice daily

report changes after 7days

drthoufeequebhms 5 years ago
I have nux vomica 30ch and Lycopodium clavantum c12 at home.
I will try Nux vomica. How many granules do I use?
Laskozvita 5 years ago


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