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Drugs for reflux disease in infants may come with unintended consequences

May 30, 2017

 

This is a great article about infant reflux.  She cautions against giving reflux medications because 1) they often don't work and 2) they can have unintended side-effects.  She explains reflux well but, unfortunately, she does not mention a tongue as a possible cause.  Still, good to know that proton-pump inhibitors can be bad for baby bones.  She reports that "a survey found that from 2000 to 2003, infant use of a type of antacid called proton-pump inhibitors quadrupled."  Wish they would start looking for tongue ties on a routine basis.  L Haller

 

https://www.sciencenews.org/blog/growth-curve/drugs-reflux-disease-infants-may-come-unintended-consequences?mode=blog&context=114

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