This is a Guest Post by Kali Newby who's son had acid reflux. This is her story and experience with TummyCare Max. All opinions are her own. If you are a parent or caregiver of a baby who is experiencing acid reflux, this article is for you. I hope the information that follows will give you the help and guidance you need. Health and best wishes to your family.
Acid reflux. GERD. My baby was in pain because he has GERD, NOT COLIC!
Nobody understood what my son and me were going through, not the doctors or the pediatric gastroenterologists. I was tired of seeing my baby in pain, an innocent baby that didn't deserve to be anything but happy. I found the group Infant Acid Reflux Solutions on Facebook, and that day our whole world changed… I found mothers who were going through the same exact situations that we were going through when I thought I was all-alone.
I finally had hope for the first time in a long time.
I received support from Dr. Jeffery Phillips (Dr. P) and Kira, and they helped my sweet Kylan’s life change for the absolute best! I started researching in the group, reading posts and such made by other parents. I kept seeing parents post about this magical thing called TummyCare Max® and at first I was so lost! But with help and support from others in the group, I finally found out that TummyCare Max® was a buffer that you mix with a PPI (Proton Pumps Inhibitors such as Prilosec®, Prevacid®, Nexium®, etc) and the best part about it is that you don't have to time it around feedings!
I was amazed!
I dove right in and ordered a starter kit. I was amazed at the research and work behind this amazing product and wondered why I hadn't found out about it sooner. We have been through so much before finding TummyCare Max®, and I had no idea how much it truly was going to help my baby and how this treatment would continue to work when other treatments stopped working after a month. Four months into TummyCare Max® and I have a happy baby, a thriving baby, a 6 month old who is happy and healthy, has 4 teeth, weighs 18lbs, sits up, crawls, and can say mama, hug, and “ba ba”.
Acid Reflux isn't just a baby that spits up a lot, it's much deeper than some people make it out to be whom have never experienced it first hand. When you have children, you do anything and everything to protect them, keep them out of harms way, and to keep them out of pain.
I thank God, TummyCare Max®, Dr. Jeffery Phillips, and the Infant Acid Reflux Group. They make babies bellies better and I'm so thankful Kylan is now a precious, active, happy six month old baby!
Disclosure: Kali Newby wanted to share her experience with other parents and wrote this article specifically for Love, Mrs. Mommy readers. Love, Mrs. Mommy received Kali's full permission to post the article, as well as the included pictures.