Just a quick note to say hi! I hope your child is doing better. i just read about it. My little girl had to have a nissen surgury because she could not hold down anything. her little flap wouldnt shut all the way and it would come right back up but it has been 3 yrs sinse the surgery and she can eat anything she wants. If it is not an alergy problem then it could be a digestive problem that they have over looked. my daughter was 8 mths old before they found it and she was just hanging on for dear life.
Hey, I hope your baby's pediatrician is looking at the combination of medicines. Sometimes specialists don't consider all the medications a patient is taking, particularly when another doctor is prescribing it. It's always possible that some symptoms are caused by a medicine's side effects. A good pharmacist can also tell you about combining medicines and the best time of day to take them.
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