Baby reflux - silent reflux Page 6 of 5
Nat Mur for congestion ? Should I give a dose ?
sineadegan 2 weeks agoPlease google natural remedies for colic, homeopathy center.org
See if the child matches up with remedies listed.
you can also consider stopping dairy, and gassy
Foods if you eat them. Stopping dairy for many Moms seems to help.
Nat phos does not work for everybody. You could also try colic calm by b o i ro n- but I would try a single remedy first.
The fact she has continued congestion - usually
Drs find that the mucous signifies stomach acidity
Which then triggers reflux. Often this is from
Diet in adults( leave dairy, fast food, acidic citrus,
Etc )and then no congestion and no reflux.
Please go over your diet on the above.
[Edited by simone717 on 2019-01-04 23:21:50]
♥ simone717 2 weeks agosineadegan saidI did not see your above post until now.
Ok thanks for the information.
I feel terribly frustrated by this experience- like the remedy works but then stops. I’m going to take her to the doctor and get an acid blocker. I can’t go on with the guess work with more remedies.
I appreciate you trying to help though. Thank you.
sineadegan 2 weeks agoI wanted to follow up and say that her brother has a head cold and I think she may have it also and that could be the problem with the congestion. I don’t know but I think that could be the problem and not that the remedies are not working. I may never know.
However I’ve been giving my son chamomilia to help him sleep and he has slept very well the past 2 nights when I gave it. So I do believe in the remedies but was really struggling yesterday..
Again thank you for your help and your time. I appreciate it. I
sineadegan 2 weeks ago
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