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7 month baby reflux?

Since the beginning I had to carry my baby for long periods of time before she would settle, mostly between 40-60 min before each nap. She would wake if I put her down and she was not fully asleep.
She started having slimy greenish poo's since 2 o clock in the morning, again at about 4, again at 6 and so it would go on until sometimes 10am. She would also make strange waves with her body like a snale up and down with the legs, for sometimes an hour.
So I took her to a homeopath, he said he believes she has KISS syndrome from her neck being out of line and that I should see a chiropractor (his wife) he also gave me Colon ecology medicine for the stomach and Gastrilix drops as well as Sereno baby for sleeping and calming drops (Tilia comp) It feels like she is now in overdrive with the pulling up of legs, goes on for an hour almost like a comfort thing she is doing, only when I have fed her and try to put her to sleep.
I also take 2x tablets of colic mix tissue salts and give it to her before her feeds. It has 250mg calc phos, ferrum phos, mag phos, nat mur, nat phos and nat sulph in per tablet.
I went to the chiropractor for a session and then to the Pediatrician and she said she sees reflux in the throat as it is red inside and she perscribed Nexium. I have not started using it yet but I am tempted as I cannot go on like this.
 
  Suhanja on 2018-10-18
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Also she refused laying on her left side and didnt like turning her head left or nursing on my right side that is why the homeopath said chiro could help
 
Suhanja 2 years ago
Nee more info about your daughter;

So how does she sleep at night?

And how is her mood?

Does she cry or scream with pain?

What makes her feel better or worse?

Does she has any other problem?

How was your pregnancy and birth?
 
Tui 2 years ago
Thank you so much for responding!
Ive been crying out for help

-There was a time before 4 months that she only woke at 12 and again at 4/5 in morning. But now, most nights she wakes 4 times to nurse but goes back to sleep after about 10-15mins.

-She is usually a very smiley, happy baby but can get irritated easily, almost like she gets tired quickly. Can also be demanding, if she lays down to long on her back when I change her diaper she starts getting cranky.

-She does not cry or scream, but sometimes if she is doing the movement with her legs pulling herself stiff and I move her legs around my waist to relax her she will cry a bit.

-She seems to have no discomfort or do any weird movements while she is playing, only when she nursed and I carry her against my body to sleep. She is usually happy while playing, especially doing something new.

-She has no other problem

-Pregnancy was good and healthy no problems, I had a c section and was put out for birth so I wasnt aware of what was going on but my husband said they struggles a while to get her out, she was stuck. Further no complications only that they said she had low blood sugar while we were in hospital.
 
Suhanja 2 years ago
Baby with reflux usually cry and scream because of pain. They also refuse to nurse and vomit frequently. So I don't think your daughter has reflux.
And waking up 4 - 5 times during a night is quite normal for her age. She will keep waking up for milk as long as you nurse her during the night.

And if she is generally happy, then I don't see any problem here... ( sorry, if I misunderstand you)

I think you are exhausted from looking after the baby without having a
good night sleep so it is important to have someone who can help you during the day.
 
Tui 2 years ago
Ive read that with silent reflux there is not always a noticeable problem? According to the pediatrician there is some burning in her throat.

I feel it is not normal for a baby to be pulling their legs up and down for almost an hour. She is squirming and pushing as if she wants to push something out and grabbing unto me tightly. She has also been so restless, now when I try laying her down she starts crying, she was never like this. It feels like the medication has made her worst almost.
 
Suhanja 2 years ago
If you feel the medication has made her worse, I suggest you stop giving all the medicines for now.
 
Tui 2 years ago

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