DS2 had reflux. I elevated the mattress in his cot slightly so he wasn't completely flat. I tended to feed him slightly elevated too and while this may not sound very bonding, I found feeding him while elevated in his cot on his side eased it alot. Also the less you move bubs around helped alot. He eventually got over it once I introduced solids at 5months as recommended by the paed. He was always a constipated baby too and only last year he was under a dietician and all dairy stopped and soy milk introduced which worked overnight. So perhaps the intolerance was the problem to begin with. I have slowly introduced dairy into his diet now though apart from the soy milk and he is fine with yogurt, cheese and such just not cows milk.
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