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1 month old with Silent Reflux?

Hello, my 1 month old son has been choking and coughing while feeding, after feeding he still gags every 10-20 minutes and cries with pain. He has not wanted to eat as much. His spits up about every other feed. He has trouble sleeping through the night and day.

I exclusively breastfeed, hold him upright, burp him(or try), then set him down 30 minutes after. He has been waking up in pain. He sounds congested after eating and his breathing is heavy/loud. He’s been feeding in smaller quantities.

Could this be silent reflux? If so, what remedy do you suggest? I have purchased Nat Pho’s 6x but have yet to give it to him.
  Maria9one6 on 2019-03-08
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Hi Maria
No Natrum phos will not do anything good. Instead give him Aethusa Cynapium 30( liquid dilution) 10 minutes before breastfeeding.

Give it only 2 times a day on first day.

To give it put 2 drops of Aethusa in 4 oz. of water, stir it and give a teaspoon to him.

On day 2 if symptoms are improving don't give the remedy. If not give it once more.

It will surely help him.
Soul_Spirit 2 years ago

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