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5 month old never sleeps longer than an hour, has acid reflux and also doesnt nap for longer than 30mins. please help neMy 5 month old does not nap longer than 30mins or sleep longer than an hr. I am a single mother of two and never nap or sleep and have no help. Please someone with experience help me i cant afford a naturalpath of homeopathic person. Ive tried everything with no luck. Help me help my baby with acid reflux and no sleep. Thank you
naomijoshandmax on 2014-01-07
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Please answer ALL these questions. Leave the questions in place:
1. What is the age, weight & height of child
2. Physical appearance: Thin, Medium, Chubby
3. How is the child mentally & emotionally normally:
4. How is the child mentally & emotionally during reflux/gerd:
5. How is the child’s stool:
6. How is the child’s desire to breastfeed:
7. Is the child teething:
fitness on 2014-01-07Fitness asks all good questions, also helpful:
2)Desire to be held/quiet when held if crying?
3)Dislike being held?
4)Have any skin issues or diaper rash? Please describe if so
Also, are symptoms worse at any particular time of day?
Hang in there!! I know you are exhausted and feel desperate. Believe you will find the answer you need & you will!! My elder child had similar issues for 2 years and I had much more limited access to knowledge (20 years ago internet was just beginning & I didn't even own a computer!). Yet, we both are alive and well today!!
shining_light on 2014-01-07Hello, my 3m old has very similar symptoms..
She is 3m and 10days old, 6kg in weight & 70 cm in height, she is thin and long in appearance. She is a verry happy alert and smily in general,and screaming, arching bac k and crying not being able to console when reflux especially during and after feeding. She is not breastfed for 1m now drinks only formula because my milk dried up and is very greedy, choking and not sucking well from excitement but drinks half of the recomended bottle. Her stools are normal for formula fed baby, yellow and hummus like, often develops small rashes but go away quickly when treated with cream.
She started teething and puts hand in mouth constantly, saliving with bubbles and cries as well. Rosy cheeks. And likes being held but crying if sitting down so she likes only of you stand up while holding her.
I hope someone can help me as I am very new to homeopathy. I have Nux Vomica 200c pellets and also bought nat phos tablets which I know are not homeopathic so I haven't still given them a try because the baby is formula fed and I can't find information about the dosage. Thank you in advance :)
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healer21 on 2017-11-01
Thank you for your help, I have opened a new post but did not mention anyone specific and got a reply. The title is 3 month old has reflux and sleeping problems. I got a suggestion from a forum member but I am still waiting to receove the remedy in the post. You can have a look if it is not too much of a trouble.
Lolaroz on 2017-11-04I don't know where you post new post .. send me page link if you know.
Or click my name and send me email ..
healer21 on 2017-11-04This thread continues beneath the following ad.Here is a link and I wish to thank you for your interest..
Lolaroz on 2017-11-04
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