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Acid Reflux In A Baby

acid reflux in a baby
    acid reflux
  • A condition in which gastric acid is regurgitated
  • Acid reflux is a condition that causes heartburn when acid from the stomach flows up into the throat.
  • Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD), gastric reflux disease, or acid reflux disease is defined as chronic symptoms or mucosal damage produced by the abnormal reflux of stomach acid to the esophagus. A typical symptom is heartburn.
  • Food, acid and digestive enzymes that flow up into the throat from the stomach. This can happen more often at night and cause sleep apnea.
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Bed Wedge - 7" - Foam Wedge Pillow. Good for Acid Reflux, Snoring
Bed Wedge - 7" - Foam Wedge Pillow. Good for Acid Reflux, Snoring
This wedge can be used to elevate either the upper body or the legs. This wedge can be used in either a sitting or prone position. Wedges measure 24" wide x 24" deep and are available in three different heights. The Foam Wedge Bed Pillow provides gentle support to elevate the upper body or legs, or to use as a trunk stabilizer for side-lying position. Designed for patients with acid reflux, problem breathing, poor circulation, hiatal hernia, back or neck problems. Can also be used for foot or leg elevation to improve circulation.. This pillow provides a comfortable, gradual slope and uses gravity to keep reflux down and airways open. For hygienic reasons pillows/wedges are non-returnable. Covered with a cotton/poly, fabric. Cover may be blue or white depending on stock.

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baby week 6 - cold, submission, cramps, and acid reflux
baby week 6 - cold, submission, cramps, and acid reflux
one of the worst weeks of my life.. and definitely the worst of the pregnancy.. the first weeks were a bliss. I was totally high and super happy! eating well and moving around well. Then all of a sudden I fell sick.. I caught the worst cold ever! I hardly catch a cold.. they say that pregnant women's immune system is not as strong as the normal people. perhaps that's why I caught the cold.. people even thought it was the swine flu.. I didn't.. I was sneezing and caughing.. I so much wanted to rest and stay in bed for hours, but I couldn't because I had the most important and a veryv strict deadline.. I was applying for a scientific grant.. I needed to have a clear mind, I had to finalize my document.. it was horrible. on top of that, I started having cramps.. like the menstruation cramps.. really heavy ones..I thought I was losing the baby.. the cramps kept on poking me unexpected.. I checked the internet, I realised I wasn't alone.. my growing uterus apparently causes the cramps. oh that was a relief.. but this was also teh first time I started feeling pregnant.. after a couple of days when I didn't have cramps, I was suspicious and wondered whether the little one was OK :) it was OK :) to overcome the cold, I ate citrus like there was no tomorrow. soon enough I started to have acid reflux. that was heavy too. it really burnt my throat! so, I stopped eating my favorite fruits (mandarins, oranges, grapefruits). I started drinking natural soda water... like 4 glasesses after dinner. it was scary.. but I had to do something for the acidic stomach as I wasn't allowed take any pills.. so I stopped eating spicy heavy food.. salads were the best option! so, this was the worst week of the pregnancy and a total lifestyle change had begun! :)
I <3 him...
I <3 him...
Secret #8 Jackson was not always a healthy baby boy. When he was born they brought him to me later and he was SCREAMING, the nurse asked me if I drank caffeine while pregnant, I was embarrassed and am embarrassed to say that yes I did, she said "well he's coming off of it" WHAT? They tell me before we can take him home that he has a heart murmur we need to get an EKG done. It's only a "still murmur" I think that's what they called it. Home for 2 weeks and he was NOT like any newborn I had been around. He wouldn't sleep at all in the day, he squirmed, made funny faces. Finally after 10 or so calls to the pediatrician they decided to put us on antacid medicine for "acid reflux" 3 years later he is still on it, he has what is called GERD, gastroesophageal reflux disease. I know when someone says "acid reflux" you immediately think heartburn, this is so much different. When he was 3 months old he went on a hunger strike, wouldn't take a bottle AT ALL... basically he figured it out, if I eat it hurts, so I'm not going to eat. We would feed him with a syringe, anything to get calories and fluid in him. He's better now, he is on medicine and while on it he is WONDERFUL.. we have tried several time to wean with no success. I think this is just something he will have to deal with. Oh, and that is where Ella and I met, we were both on the same reflux site, I actually got to meet Ella in person two years ago at an acid reflux convention. *muah* sweetie! Taken in my awesome bathroom with amazing light.. I will miss this bathroom, it's small but cozy and has the best best light!

acid reflux in a baby
acid reflux in a baby
Reflux 101: A Parent's Guide to Gastroesophageal Reflux
Fussy baby? Picky eater? Colic? Frequent night waking? Reflux 101: A Parent's Guide to Gastroesophageal Reflux by Jan Gambino, M.Ed is a comprehensive guide to caring for an infant or child with Gastroesophageal Reflux guiding parents through a difficult season of parenting. The book is written by a parent, for parents offering information on diet, positioning and medical treatments and practical tips on sleep, feeding, and coping. If your infant or child has reflux, this is a must have book.
Parents often wish their child came with a set of instructions. This is especially true when you have a baby or child with Gastroesophageal Reflux. Jan Gambino, the mother of two children with reflux wrote the guidebook she wished existed when her children were struggling with reflux. Whether your baby has Gastroesophageal Reflux (GER) or your toddler or child has Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), parenting a child with reflux can test the patience and coping skills of even the most seasoned parent. The book offers information and support to help parents cope with reflux.

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