Medication is NOT the first line of defense in helping a child with GORD, but when you’ve tried all the management strategies under the sun and it’s still not working, your doctor may prescribe one or a combination of the medications listed below.
We wanted to tell you about a wonderful article drawn to our attention by one of our lovely RISA members, titled My Baby Cries Too by Tracy Cassels from Evolutionary Parenting, a parenting website out of the US. We’ve linked to this article with permission of the writer and would encourage you to browse this excellent site if you get a chance.
Congratulations to the following three mums and bubs for winning their categories! Each received a copy of Reflux Reality (or Colic Solved where they already had the first one!). Thanks to everyone else who entered. We had a fantastic response and a very tricky time picking the winners!! But here they are:
The recent rainy weather in Queensland and New South Wales inspired a Facebook post for suggestions for rainy day indoor activities. Those ideas (plus a few more) are below! Enjoy!
This article should probably be titled ‘Reflux and Lack of Sleep’, as many refluxers experience both day and night time sleeping problems. Indeed lack of sleep is one of the main causes of distress for parents of refluxers and can put immense strain on your relationship with your child, partner, family and friends. It is helpful to start by clarifying what is ‘normal’ sleep behaviour and I use that term quite loosely, as every child is very different.
Thank you to everyone who responded to our survey. Approximately 25% of our members responded so it was a good sample and has given us some food for thought.
Overwhelmingly the response to all our key services was positive with some useful feedback to point us toward improvements.
Recipe – The Gluten & Dairy Free Chrissy Fruit Cake
These biscuits are pretty easy to make and store well in the fridge.
I always make them milk, wheat and gluten free and they work well.
Recipe – Raspberry Almond Coconut Cake