Infants that are especially fussy and have trouble eating or sleeping may have pediatric GERD (or acid reflux). Because infants are nonverbal, diagnosing reflux is especially difficult. Parents or caregivers must pay special attention to the sleeping and eating habits of the child and communicate them to a physician.
Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Ask The Reflux Mom! I get a lot of questions about all aspects of caring for an infant or child with reflux. This week, I have answered a question from a parent about the challenges of caring for a fussy infant. Question: What if your baby is so…