hi there my ds2 only had his last dose of Losec just before he was 2yo, so we have been through all this. Talk widget showing discussions of the day & trending threads Read all information given to you. The info the pharmacists (and paeds too) give is based on what they know, and the clinical trials were done on adults, who take far longer to metabolise the drug. I used to split my ds2's dose into two and give one in the morning and one as close as poss to 12 hrs later. To give a dose using omeprazole capsules: 1. Talk to ... Hello. Can the daily combination of propranolol, synthroid, zoloft, wellbutrin, (bupropion) and omeprazole … i used to dissolve the medication in cooled boiled water then use a syringe this did get harder as she got older as she used to really struggleTo comment on this thread you need to create a Mumsnet account.Share your dream takeaway with Deliveroo - 10 x £50 Deliveroo vouchers to be wonShare your thoughts on returning to school with INEOS - £100 voucher to be wonLet’s talk rail safety with Network Rail - £100 voucher to be won Give one dose in the morning and one in the evening. Is this ok, will the effect of the inderal (propranolol) be less? Open the capsule and estimate the required amount of beads for the dose (either a quarter, half or the whole contents of the capsule as directed by your pharmacist or doctor). When should I give omeprazole? I imagine a message on InfantReflux.Org forums would get more replies.I think I've said this on tour other thread jacobsdad, but I got my DS2 to take it in yoghurt. To gain the most benefit, do not miss doses. To use this feature subscribe to Mumsnet Premium - get first access to Is he bottle or breast fed? MummyPig has said lots of good things here already (I agree about how quickly you 'forget' it all mummypig! Can't remember exactly but can check. Discussion in 'Baby Club' started by GeorgeyGal, Jul 3, 2011. I'm on inderal (propranolol) 60 mg ER 1x daily and I take omeprazole. The pink coating on the omeprazole tablet helps protect it from the stomach acid.
He also started having Losec when he was a bit older, so at least he was used to having stuff from a spoon. oh just checked the Reflux Babies site and ds2 was 16 months when he started on Losec and no-one answered my message asking how to get him to take it, so maybe it won't be much help. Most likely would be the zoloft and wellbutrin (bupropion) . The info the pharmacists (and paeds too) give is based on what they know, and the clinical trials were done on adults, who take far longer to metabolise the drug. Use omeprazole oral suspension as ordered by your doctor. How often do you need to give the losec? Mix the beads with a small amount of soft food such as …
Omeprazole is usually given once each day. Take omeprazole oral suspension before meals. But I guess you have to do it somehow, otherwise you know how bad he will be p.s. But I used to give him the Gaviscon on a weaning spoon when he was 4 months old or so, as it didn't work mixing it with expressed bm. The you can either give the baby half a tablet dissolved in a little bit of water, or if you can't snap them, although they dissolve loads better being snapped, then dissolve in any amount of water and give half, eg 4mls and give 2ml, or 6mls and give 3mls. Follow all instructions closely. Is he bottle or breast fed? It definitely helped with his sleeping (which as you know is a big problem with refluxing babies). For severe illness, you can take it … To my knowledge there is not a drug with that name. So once a day is fine for adults, but not necessarily for children. This is usually in the morning. All things to discuss next time you go. Omeprazole works best when there is no acid. (on the advice on his gastro specialists). It's usual to take omeprazole once a day in the morning. It's hard giving medicine to such small babies, and so annoying that the tablets are really made for adults with stomach ulcers so really not convenient at all. If you have medical concerns, Was difficult at first but he seemed to get used to it fairly quickly. If you are between the ages of 18 and 60, take no other medication or have no other … How often do you need to give the losec?