Is he actually getting acid reflux or is it just a bit of spit up?
We have a gassy little one here and after projectile vomiting she has to have .2ml of infacol before every feed. I wouldn't leave the curtains open (sleep is sleep, a darkened room always helps is sleep a little better).
But yeh. My dd has had reflux issues since day dot. I'm hesitant to medicate her on something like Zantac as little spot ups are quite normal (immature stomach valves)
At the moment the .2ml of infacol and posture / up hill feeding, then not laying bubby down for at least 20 min. While reflux isn't bothering her I don't want to put more chemicals in her body than I have to.
On days she is really bad I use 1ml of Milanta to ease any acid burn.
My LO has become more alert now and needs a little extra comforting when settling. On days it's just not happening I get my hug-a-bub wrap out and pop her in there so I know she will get at least one great big decent block, or I'll lay down with her so I'm close at hand to resettle before she wakes too much.
My LO just turned 13 w