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9 month old w/sudden reflux problem

My 9mo DD has suddenly been having problems with reflux for the past week or so. It's gradually progressed from just making a sour face when burping up a little to almost refusing to eat solids. (By almost refusing I mean she will eat when offered, but she'll cry and writher as if in pain during it.) She was EBF for the first 6 1/2 ms and had no reflux problems. Nothing new has been introduced to her solid diet (nor mine), so I'm not sure what's causing it.

Is there anything I can try giving her to help get rid of the reflux? I read other posts that talked about the nursing mother taking silica; would that be appropriate in this case as well?

  socalmom on 2006-03-22
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
start with single dose (2 pellets) nux-vomica 30c .to be taken in evening before sleep --at least 1 hour after last eating.....and answer following

what vaccinations/immunizations child have?when(dates)?

what typical illnesse child get?when last?how treated?

what other illnesses child have in health history?when (dates)?how treated?

refine child's diet--avoiding all acidic foods and drinks (cofee;tea;all carbonated soft drinks;vinegar;fruits and fruit jices;..etc);;NO milk or milk products (unless get UN-homogenized but otherwise NO);no spiced foods;eliminate preservative infested foods..

what is child's exact diet consit of (all dietary items)...
John Stanton last decade
Try first nux vomica if fails then give Pulsatilla 200 one dose and see the result.
deoshlok last decade

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