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7 month old child, reflux, lactose intolerant. Taking nan 2, junior lanzol. Treatment? seven mth old babys reflux has worsened since I started with cerelac...I feed him cerelac rice in the morning and wheat in the evening...since last 3 days....he was doing well with the wheat one...also was lactose intolerant and on a lactose free formula until 6 mths of age...have been giving nan 2 since 1 mth which he is able to digest but reflux is getting worse on junior lanzol btw..
Asked On : Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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Hello there,

I can understand that your baby was lactose intolerant but you must know that reflux problems in babies peak by 6 months of age.

In other words, the reflux problems are maximum around this age and settle or resolve in 80 % of babies by one year of age.

If however the rflux is getting worse, you can try mosapride or domperidone.

Wishing your child a speedy recovery.

Take care.
Answered: Fri, 2 Nov 2012
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