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The Case of the Baby Who is Spitting-Up

- And What Your Pediatrician May Not Know.

You may find yourself reading as a frustrated parent with a child who is spitting up or has the medical terms of “Acid Reflux or gastro-esophageal reflux (GER) ” Perhaps your MD told you that your child will grow out of it after 6 months to a year, but something inside of you, your intuition, is telling you something different. After all, other children do not have this issue, “why does mine?” You are right to be concerned. Let’s chat about this and give you some options how to solve this problem for your child.

Acid reflux is a common problem with infants and not just the infant, parents become exhausted trying to console baby as well. Parents often feel helpless, so they turn to their MD. This usually leads to a prescription of Zantac or another medication in hopes of relieving the symptoms. However, as with many medications, there are side effects. One with these types of medications being an increase chance of bone fractures later through childhood.* Once the child is dependent on these medications, it may be harder to get them off. So what is a parent to do?

In this video, I will discuss some causes that I have found in my years of helping babies with reflux. Also, I provide some simple, safe options to help your child overcome this problem too. And “NO” baby nor you have to put up with it for 6 months to a year.

*”Infants prescribed antacids for reflux have increased risk of bone fractures”

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