Quoting lolajessup:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Kaylees mommy:</b>" If she is gassy as well try and avoid foods ... [snip!] ... that helps cause I've been drinking a lot of milk cause it's what I'm craving haha. But idk of that's what's causing her pain."
Quoting lolajessup:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Mel152009:</b>" My LO had reflux like that. She always choked ... [snip!] ... I hope she outgrows this. I sleep on the couch with her on my chest cause I'm so afraid of it happening while we're sleeping "
Quoting BunnyGirl19:" <blockquote><b>Quoting lolajessup:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting BunnyGirl19:</b>" ... [snip!] ... of reflux in general and just needs to improve her swallowing coordination still so she can keep down what tries to come up."
Quoting lolajessup:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Mel152009:</b>" No. I never thickened the breast milk, her ... [snip!] ... burps on my chest while I'm burping her. But it's like as much as a baby would drool while teething. Not like all of her food."Yes.. I know its hard.. My baby boy is 4 months old and we are hitting the peaking of it according to the pedi but his meds and cereal seem to be doing wonders for him right now! I'm hoping next week we have improvment on his weight! I told my husband I could handle him staying in the same percent I just hope he doesn't drop anymore then what he is.. I feel sooo bad for the little guy I know before we figured out the right meds he would be up screaming crying for hours nothing we would do would comfort him (this only happened if he had a rough day with spitting up) I'm guessing the acid was causing so much pain... Also when we would go to feed him he would gulp and scream cry and fight with us to eat thankfully one night it was time for his meds so I gave it to him and tried feeding an hour later and he did fine.. We were having a lot of problems with him sleeping as well (reflux babies don't sleep well due to the pain and discomfort) He would sleep longer stretches at night once they upped his meds but then he woudn't hardly nap and was extremly fussy.. The new dr we met with 2 weeks ago switched his meds around and added the new one and he started napping much better! He needed a night and day medicine to help keep acid levels under control.. Now with the cereal it helps hold the food down but also the acid because the cereal is thick and acts as a barrier I think is how the dr explained it because its heavy it will hold stuff down and wont allow it to come up. Its been really really hard because I felt so helpless with not being able to do anything! So far he is a competly different baby and seems to be finally getting some relief. The dr is hoping he will start to outgrow it around 6 months old and by a year old be done with it completly.. I really hope your daughter will out grow hers like most do really fast! My daughter had probems with projectile for the first 6 weeks if I remember correclty but she never got fussy or cranky and after that she was done with it we never had any problems with her... Also another thing that my little guy did a few weeks ago I was holding him and he stopped breathing and it came out of his nose the dr just said that was part of his reflux as well..
Quoting lolajessup:" <blockquote><b>Quoting First Time Mama :</b>" Hi!!!! If you do suspect food allergies, ... [snip!] ... any weirdness to her poop so that's why I'm starting with just the milk. But do u think I should just do a whole dairy cut out?"