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Re: What to do after pu/pd
« Reply #15 on: December 06, 2016, 17:45:21 pm »
He is on .9ml of Ranitidine 2x a day. That seems to be keeping it under control now. We just upped it this week.

So yesterday he was so tired for first nap (after a terrible night of sleep) that I put him down without his bottle because he was already half asleep. Then before second nap my husband had just fed him 15 min before so we skipped it. So I used that opportunity to just stop pre-nap bottles cold turkey. Seems no different so far. I've been doing 4 or 5 oz at a feeding with no or little increase in overflow spit up. Hooray!

However our night sleep has gone to crap. He wakes up every 15 min from 4 or 5am on (falls asleep again each time with a paci and belly patting, screams if I leave him) and then wakes up for the day (happy) at 5:30 or 6.

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Re: What to do after pu/pd
« Reply #16 on: December 06, 2016, 18:46:00 pm »
Well the naps and feeding sound better :) Good to hear the reflux is better controlled too :)



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Re: What to do after pu/pd
« Reply #17 on: December 11, 2016, 02:50:46 am »
So the last 3 days have been the best napping days ever! Just wanted to share our success and say thank you. This morning he was so calm for first nap that I set him down and left the room and he fell asleep on his own with no pu/pd for the first time ever!!

Even if I need to stay nearby, all I do is hold his arm to keep him from flailing and he calms right down.

I'm trying to enjoy the success since I know we will probably have to do the 3-2 transition in a month or so :)

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Re: What to do after pu/pd
« Reply #18 on: December 11, 2016, 10:26:30 am »
Oh that's lovely news! Thank you for taking the time to share :)