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Posted by Tammy on July 20, 2000 at 13:42:43:

In Reply to: gastroesophogeal reflux in infancy posted by lori scampone on July 19, 2000 at 21:23:47:

Lori

My daughter also had this. It took me 2 doctors before they diagnosed it and gave her some
releif. They put her on Propulsid (which I don't think is avaiable anymore) and also Zantac. She
took these meds for a year. They also had me give her ceral 3 times a day. Ver small amounts
but enough that is kept the acid down. Changing formula will NOT help. Remember I went through
this for a year. It is very painful as I have it myself. I suggest if the doctor will NOT help then she
should get another docotr, that is what I did till I found one that would help me. My daughter cried NON-STOP for
4 months till they figured out what was wrong. She needs medication and ceral.

I hope I helped you.

Tammy:

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