8 month old with refluxHi,
My 8 month old has suffered from reflux since birth. We started him on ranitidine when he was one month old and he had been doing really well all this time with no spit ups and vomits. He is formula fed. We started him on solids when he was 5.5month old and he did fine for the first month or so with solids. For the past month he has been vomiting atleast once a day if not more every day. He vomits usually after drinking milk, usually after 1/2 hour after consuming milk and sometimes right after. The doctor thinks it is his reflux. I am not sure why his reflux has worsened at around 8 months when I was hoping for him to be able to wean off ranitidine. I have been giving him nat phos 6x one tablet after each feed but it does not like making much of a difference. Also he has dairt sensitivity, he is on hypoallergenic formula alimentum, if we switch him to regular formula he gets eczema. Can you please suggest a remedy for his reflux/vomit and if something can be done for him to overcome his dairy sensitivity.
aneeb on 2018-03-19
You said child gets eczema when you change milk (formula) .. it seems every thing is related to formula milk (s).
Tell me some more symptoms .. his stomach, diarrhoea or towards more constipation ? Any gas ? Any cough or any other strange symptoms ? And their details ..
♡ healer21 3 years ago
aneeb 3 years ago
Don't eat or drink anything thirty minutes before and after taking medicine etc don't place medicine near strong perfumes etc don't use any other medicine etc.
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♡ healer21 3 years ago
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