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ATTN: Joe De Livera Nat Phos 6x for my two month old son.

Hello I have a 2 month old son that suffers from GER. I was just wondering what the dosage of Nat Phos 6x should be for him. And the best way to administer it to him? Also how long should he be on the pills for and when he does go off them should he gradually go off them?! I was also told that he could be allergic to my breast milk. Is that possible? Thanks so much!
 
  kenz0329 on 2018-01-21
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
GER commonly stands for "gastoesophigal reflux" ..

And more symptoms, like vomiting, diarrhoea or color, smell, .. likes water or thirsty mostly or thirst less ?

Likes to be wrapped in blanket or throws it off ?

Select only one option from below:

1- Yellow discharges, fatigue, laziness ?

2- watery discharges, Sun sensitivity ?

3- swollen hands or feet, foul smelling gas ?

4- sensitivity, impulsiveness, cramping, shooting pains ? Child screems due to unknown reason in this situation ??
[Edited by healer21 on 2018-01-22 17:52:54]
 
healer21 last year
Joe's Natrum Phos 6x is well proven for GERD, even just born infants.

Please give one tablet, dissolved in water or milk, up to 2 or 3 times

For further instruction, please google for joedelivera for his website and he promptly responds once you write to him directly or through his website.
 
Reva V last year

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