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Regurgitations: homeopathic solutions

Regurgitations: homeopathic solutions


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Physiological phenomenon due to the immaturity of the digestive system, regurgitations are commonplace in a baby. Homeopathy can give you a helping hand to relieve your baby. The advice of Dr. Pierre Popowski, pediatrician homeopath.

  • Regurgitation is a very common phenomenon in infants. Not to be confused with gastro-oesophageal reflux, or GERD, a real pathology whose diagnosis sometimes requires some additional examinations with, in the key, specific medical prescriptions.
  • Regurgitation, on the other hand, is quite physiological and can be explained by a still immature digestive system, quite simply: the cardia, a sphincter located between the stomach and the esophagus, does not work as it should to remember milk in the stomach.
  • Result: it goes back and our toddler spit. No background treatment, therefore, since it's physiological!

To cure the symptoms:

  • The little "regurgitant" is a glutton, he sucks quickly and a lot ... and it overflows: ANTIMONIUM CRUDUM 5CH, 3 granules 2 to 4 times a day for a few days, until improvement.
  • It sends back curd: AETHUSA CYNAPIUM 5CH 3 granules 2 to 4 times a day for a few days, until improvement.

Good to know

In case of regurgitation, the pediatrician will also advise you:

  • To use so-called comfort milk or antiregurgitation.
  • To wait for your little wolverine to burp.
  • Do not put your baby down right after the bottle ...

To know more

Heal your child with homeopathy, by Dr. Pierre Popowski, published by the Rocher. In this book, the homeopathic pediatrician answers parents' questions and gives homeopathic advice for all the worries of your baby's daily life: colic, nasopharyngitis, allergy sleeping problems ... Where to find it?