If baby is active, playful and napping well, no need of medical intervention. Continue EBF. If the belly is stiff/tender, it might be constipated. Usually laxatives are rare on infants. You can advise saoking in warm bath, belly massage.
Alumina 30 &nux vomica And give warm application on abdomen gently and avoid the milk if it's given outside it's better to be take mother's milk
Pls look for mothers eating history if; is there any dietitic errors per s
Silicea or Sulphur according to mother's constitution.
Nux vomica 30-1dose Opium 30
Opium 30 one globule tds
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There is no need of any medicine when there is no colicky pain... If the abdomen dostended and gestric complain there with accumalation of ges.. Then.. Other wise no need medication.... It's normal in infant
y need to do P/A examination Feeding frequency . Any abnormal signs n symptoms since birth history
Nux vom 30 1 dose for mother.... Advice babys mother not to take food rich in high fiber....
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#IBS AND ITS #TREATMENT WITH #HOMEOPATHY #REMEDIES ;;; 1)Argentum nitricum: Digestive upsets accompanied by nervousness and anxiety suggest the use of this remedy. Bloating, rumbling flatulence, nausea, and greenish diarrhea can be sudden and intense. Diarrhea may come on immediately after drinking water. Eating too much sweet or salty food (which the person often craves) may also lead to problems. A person who needs this remedy tends to be expressive, impulsive, and claustrophobic, and may have blood sugar problems. (2)Asafoetida: A feeling of constriction all along the digestive tract (especially if muscular contractions in the intestines and esophagus seem to be moving in the wrong direction) strongly indicates this remedy. The person may have a feeling that a bubble is stuck in the throat, or that a lump is moving up from the stomach. The abdomen feels inflated, but the person finds it hard to pass gas in either direction to get relief. Constipation brings on griping pains. 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If you discover that these foods are causing you excess gas, eliminate them from your diet or eat them in small portions. When it comes to foods to avoid, moderation is key, says Stephen Bickston, MD, professor of internal medicine and director of the inflammatory bowel disease program at the Center for Digestive Health at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. Keep in mind that almost any food or combination of foods can cause gas. “Certain foods don’t get along well in certain people,” says Donald Novey, MD, an integrative medicine physician in Poulsbo, Washington. “Some people find they are gassy if they eat fruits with proteins, or if they eat starches and proteins together. It’s personal and requires a little experimentation to find out what the culprits are.” Dr. Novey suggests keeping a food diary and noting when you feel gassy. “If you find you’re gassy after eating a certain food, eliminate it from your diet and see if it helps," he says. 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Take Over-the-Counter Digestive Aids Digestive enzymes are available as over-the-counter supplements. “I recommend going to the health food store and getting a digestive enzyme,” says Novey. “You can take one or two. You will know very rapidly — within a few weeks — if it makes a difference.” But antacids won’t do much for excessive gas, says Bickston. Another over-the-counter digestive aid, Beano, contains an enzyme that breaks down the complex carbohydrates in beans and many vegetables into more easily digestible sugars. Take two to three Beano tablets or one Beano Meltaway (a dissolving tablet) before each meal. Note that Beano won't help if excessive gas is caused by fiber or lactose. 5. Try Activated Charcoal Activated charcoal may help reduce and treat excess gas and bloating. Unlike the charcoal you find in your grill or fireplace, activated charcoal undergoes a special treatment that makes it safe for human consumption. 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When Gas Is a Symptom of Something Else If excessive gas is persistent or severe, consult your doctor — it could be a sign of a more serious digestive condition, such as: Lactose Intolerance This is the inability to digest lactose, the sugar found in milk and milk products. “I test with a milk challenge,” says Bickston. “The patient drinks a pint or two of milk — it can be any percent fat. What follows tells the patients whether they should limit their milk intake.” If avoiding milk reduces your symptoms you may be lactose intolerant.Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) “Patients who meet the diagnostic checklist for irritable bowel syndrome suffer more pain at the lower levels of the abdominal cavity,” he says.Colon Cancer “Excess gas is rarely the main symptom of patients with colon cancer,” Bickston notes. “But it does trigger my reflex to remind patients to get screened for colorectal cancer.”Upper Gastrointestinal Disorders Occasional belching is normal, but frequent belching may be a sign of an upper gastrointestinal disorder. These include peptic ulcers, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), or gastroparesis, also called delayed gastric emptying. Also, warns Bickston, if you've had abdominal surgery, a hernia, or significant weight loss or weight gain, never dismiss your gas-like symptoms as normal. Get them checked out. As annoying as it might be, some gas is a natural byproduct of the body’s digestive system. But if your gas is excessive, painful, or chronic, talk to your doctor about possible causes and remedies.Dr. Tapan Kumar Sau5 Likes11 Answers
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Friends today I am discusing about Anemia . Anemia is not in itself a disease, it just gives an indication towards various medical conditions associated with diseases. Anemia refers to a reduction of red blood cell count or decreased haemoglobin level. Since the red cell production is reduced or the red blood cells are destroyed at a high rate, the end result is weakness, fatigue and various other symptoms. Homeopathic remedies provides a complete cure for anemia . The natural Homeopathic medicines are free from any side effects and are very effective in the treatment of Anemia. Various Causes And Types of Anemia Haemorrhage: After accidental trauma, heavy bleeding during periods in women or bleeding during childbirth, bleeding in medical conditions like gastric ulcers, inflammatory bowel disease, cancer of gut, parasitic manifestation in gut-like hook worm, Schistosomiasis. 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Ferrum Phos is also the best Homeopathic remedy for controlling sweat in anemic patients especially at night. Natural Homeopathic Medicines for Anemia after haemorrhage The best Homeopathic medicines for replenishing the blood lost due to haemorrhage are Ferrum Met and China. Ferrum Met is used when palpitations, weakness and coldness are marked. China is an ideal Homeopathic medicine when faintness and vertigo with complete exhaustion from bleeding is the symptom picture. Homeopathic medicines for treatment of Pernicious Anemia The top natural Homeopathic medicines for Pernicious Anemia are Picric Acid and Phosphorus. The symptoms that help in selection of Picric Acid are extreme weakness and prostration. Very marked weakness is present with a tired feeling all day. Tingling in limbs with needle-like sensation is often present. There is also an aversion to do any kind of work. Phosphorus is a Homeopathic remedy of great help when there is a numbness of hands and arms. 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Craving for boiled eggs and increased sweat on head are important symptoms that if present add more weightage in selecting Calcarea Carb over Alumina. Homeopathic medicines to control palpitations in anaemic persons Ferrum Met and Natrum Mur are the best natural Homeopathic medicines to treat palpitations in anemic patients. Homeopathic medicine Ferrum Met is used when palpitations get worse with motion. Chest oppression with difficulty in breathing are accompanying symptoms. Homeopathic medicine Natrum Mur works well when palpitations with fluttering sensations are marked. The palpitations are violent, shaking the whole body. Natural Homeopathic medicines for Anemia with Weakness Ferrum Met, China and Natrum Mur are the Homeopathic medicines that are very beneficial in treating weakness in Anemic patients. Ferrum Met is most suited when there is a marked weakness when walking and speaking. China is the best Homeopathic remedy when vertigo and weakness in addition to weakness are present. And for weakness that is worse in morning, Natrum Mur is the most suitable Homeopathic remedy.Dr. Rajesh Gupta7 Likes7 Answers