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    Default Reflux baby unsettled

    My doctor told me the other day that my 4week old daughter has reflux, she told us to try infant gaviscon. Which worked the first couple of times but now has stopped I think as she is throwing up all feeds again (breast and bottle). She is really unsettled and doesn't sleep more than 2hrs the whole day, and then only 5hrs of night, she is so exhausted and so am i, Always thinks she is hungry or in pain and constipated as she is throwing up every feed. I don't know what else to do or what to try?

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    If it is reflux then there are other meds you can try that are stronger like Losec. You need a prescription for these so I would go back to the GP and explain the symptoms again.


 

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