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Perhaps a slippery elm lozenge could be crushed and mixed with a little water to make a paste. My husband takes slippery elm before bed for mild heartburn. Remaining upright will help as well. (Slippery elm is traditionally prepared as a slimy, gross liquid- if you can find it that way, great. I can only find it in a lozenge at my health food store.)
I had my daughter suck on a tum for a few seconds and it seemed to help. I just tossed the tums in the trash. Only had her suck on it until she seemed to calm down. I wouldn't give her or him a whole gum but I don't see the problem haing them suck on it for a little bit just to get some help with the reflux.
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