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Most parents report to me that reflux medicine seems to help a little at first, especially for quelling colic and crying. Then the baby becomes more picky, appetite more sluggish, stools more constipated and slow, belly more bloated.
Feeding gets harder, not easier – and the reflux medicine dose goes up.
After a few months, we have a fussy eater who is having tantrums about feeding, who is dependent on Miralax to have bowel movements, and growth pattern has slowed down.
If your baby or toddler is using reflux medicine, maybe it’s time to quit. This is one of my least favorite findings in a little one’s history. Because the longer reflux medicines are used, the weaker a child’s digestion becomes.
The weaker your baby’s digestion becomes, the harder it is to absorb food and nutrients. Just click through this FDA powerpoint presentation to the Pediatric Advisory Committee to see what I mean.