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10 month child treated with junior lanzol. Feels uneasy, restless. What should be done?

Hi my son is ten months old and has been treated with junior lanzol 15 half tab once a day for reflux for 8 weeks. I give him dinner ( chapatis dipped in hot milk) @8.30-9.00 pm and milk at 10-30pm while putting him to sleep. He usually would sleep strIght for 8-9 hours. Since past two nights he s v uneasy, restless n wakes up every one hour n sleeps on mt shoulders. Have tried lanzol again bit it hasn t helped. Pls help. This is v distressing!!
Asked On : Sat, 26 May 2012
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Welcome to HealthcareMagic forum.
I understand your concern as a vigilant parent . Please do not worry.
Reflux is common in infants and many do overgrow it ( depending on the severity). Lanzol 15 is an antacid( lansoprazole) used to decrease acid reflux & might take a few weeks for showing full efficacy.
It sometimes does have some abdominal discomfort as a sideffect too but if only a morning single dose is taken then it's unlikely to cause any problems at night.
It's not clear when you have started lanzol and it's relation to the present acute discomfort .
It's advisable that you get your child evaluated to rule out any persistent reflux symptoms to confirm the diagnosis & start appropriate management.
If needed your doctor might want to give a trial of other antacids like ranitidine etc. which can help in controlling his reflux.
Wishing your child good health.
Answered: Thu, 13 Jun 2013
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