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Reflux

hello, my name is Aditi. i have a 7 weeks old daughter whose having really bad silent reflux. she cries during every feed(she is on combo feed breastfeed+formula) and not able to lay down at all,she is constatly in upright position whether in sling or night time sleeps on my chest. Doctor prescribed gaviscon and ranitidine a while ago. i am giving her that but nothing is helping.i found about nat phos 6x yesterday while searching all remedies for reflux as my baby is in pain and discomfort. she is still gaining weight but crying,grunting,not able to lay down. please help me how to start nat phos 6x. i have ordered yesterday hopefully will get in a day or two. what else can i do? how to give the medication? Thanks
 
  Aditi3 on 2018-08-15
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
TWO TABS THREE TIMES A DAY.
IN ADDITION GIVE A DROP OF NUX VOMICA AT NIGHT FOR THREE NIGHTS.
 
anuj srivastava 2 years ago

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