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March 15th, 2011, 06:36 PM
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Ruby has reflux too. She screamed yesterday from 5pm to 5am. She is really keeping me busy. I hope everyone else is doing ok.
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Wesley (7.16.09) Severe GERD, FTT, Gastroparesis, Sensory Processing issues, Tube fed, (G tube currently), suspected Mitochondrial Disease, trialing Gastric Stimulator. Nissen Fundoplication 7/2012
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Nissen Fundoplication and Hiatal hernia repair 10/25/11

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March 15th, 2011, 07:41 PM
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March 17th, 2011, 12:03 PM
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Yes, she is in the Moby constantly. I have to take her out of it to be able to pick up Wesley though (which happens a lot).
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Wesley (7.16.09) Severe GERD, FTT, Gastroparesis, Sensory Processing issues, Tube fed, (G tube currently), suspected Mitochondrial Disease, trialing Gastric Stimulator. Nissen Fundoplication 7/2012
Ruby (2.16.11)
Nissen Fundoplication and Hiatal hernia repair 10/25/11
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March 17th, 2011, 01:46 PM
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Oh no!!!! I can't even imagine, I hope you all can find the perfect remedy for her really soon, keep us posted! How are you holding up??
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March 28th, 2011, 05:34 PM
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Ruby has been screaming from 7pm, to the early morning every night. Her stomach has been getting so distended, I couldn't get a diaper on her. They are guessing milk protein allergy (I cut out dairy, but it isn't enough), along with silent reflux.
it's been tough. I know you guys understand. Starting today, she will take Alimentum while I pump to keep up my supply. If after a week she is much better, she might need to stay on a hypoallergenic formula. If she is still miserable, I will breastfeed again, and we will do more testing/change meds. She has been on Zantac since 3 wks old.
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Wesley (7.16.09) Severe GERD, FTT, Gastroparesis, Sensory Processing issues, Tube fed, (G tube currently), suspected Mitochondrial Disease, trialing Gastric Stimulator. Nissen Fundoplication 7/2012
Ruby (2.16.11)
Nissen Fundoplication and Hiatal hernia repair 10/25/11
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March 28th, 2011, 07:59 PM
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Oh hon! I know this is beyond tough for you. Are you reading the labels on your packaged food too? There are a ton of foods that have dairy in them. And don't forget that milk protein takes 3 weeks to be out of your system and then another 3 to be out of her system too. Keep us posted, please.
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I'm so sorry, Lauren. I've been there... am there right now. I hate that this is even possible. Hope she heals on the alimentum.
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