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GERD 10 week old- Help please!

Hi,
My 10 week old starting out spitting up a lot and as he is getting older it's getting worse and he's in pain. Acid Reflux caused wheezing and doc gave him Zantac and a steroid however my husband refused to give it to him. You can see it on his face when theacid is rising in his throat, wakes up screaming, only naps for 30 min at most, wheezing. He's 10 weeks, almost 15lbs. My husband started him on a probiotic since he was an emergency c-section and in the NICU for a few days, but I know that takes about a month to start working. I read your default remedy and gave him 1/2 tab NP after every feed.

My questions are
He eats about every 90 min but only a little to ease his throat, so how many times can I hive him the NP in a day?

I breastfeed, should I take it as well?

What else would you suggest for him?
 
  Kmayo1128 on 2017-01-09
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You can give him thrice a day. If he does well give twice a day.
 
kadwa 3 years ago

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