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Infant Acid Reflux

Hello- I found this site through Joe De Livera’s website.
I am wanting to start my 8 month old son on Nat Phos protocol. He is currently on famotidine, which somewhat controls is reflux.
Before starting Nat Phos, I understand he should come off of the famotidine. My question is, should I stop the famotidine by weaning or should I stop famotidine completely and start Nat Phos the same day?
Also, I am new to using this site and Joe’s site - does anyone know how to get in touch with Joe directly?
Thanks very much.
 
  Sroukui on 2022-07-13
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You can usually taper off famotidine without suffering withdrawal symptoms.

NAT PHOS 6X AND KALI MUR 6X 2 TABS OF EACH CAN BE CRUSHED AND GIVEN FOR THE REFLUX IT IS VERY EFFECTIVE.


Approach Joe on his website and see.


Give a feedback after 4 days.
 
anuj srivastava 2 months ago
Thank you. Hadn’t heard of the second one.
Does it matter what form? I found a vegan Nat Phos as the alternative has lactose and we are keeping him off dairy products.
 
Sroukui 2 months ago
SEARCH KALI MUR ALSO.YOU WILL FIND IT.
 
anuj srivastava 2 months ago

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