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A Preemie at 38 weeks weighing 9.5 lbs drops down to 7.8 lbs at 17 weeks and diagnosed as Baby GERD. Prescribed Omeprazole and solids which made condition infinitely worse. Rescued in 5 days.

By Joe April 8th, 2021, under Uncategorized

Thank you for your detailed report of your baby’s progress since taking Nat Phos 6x which I prescribed for him. 
I shall copy your post on that date to contrast it with his response today, a few days after treatment with my “Joepathy” (Google).
I would like to inform you that I am over 91 years in age am retired from my official duties as the CEO in my Business organization which is now headed by the youngest of my 3 sons. I am devoting my time in helping all who seek my assistance including babies like yours who contact me on this my Website. 
I shall post this case separately on my Website.

2021/03/27 at 4:25 am
“My 17 week old soon suffers from acid reflux. I’m currently exclusively breastfeeding and plan to introduce solids in the form of oats porridge to him in a couple of weeks. He has been taking omeprazole for the past 8 weeks and although it helps, as he gains weight it stops working and the doctors have to further increase dosage for it to work again. I would prefer he was not on this medication at all.He was born at 38 weeks via emergency c-section. He weighed 9.5 pounds at birth and symptoms started surfacing at 4 weeks.
He now weighs circa 7.8kg at 17 weeks (he’s a big baby). He feeds well although sometimes I find it’s for comfort. May you please advice me on how I can help him thank you.”
Just wanted to say thank you so much for you help and to keep you posted on our progress. I believe someone may find this useful in time to come. Please advice on how I and when I should start reducing the Nat Phos all things remaining equal. Really appreciate your help. I have had a completely happy and different child for the past few weeks.

24 hours: 

First 6 feeds fine 

Minimal spit up with first 6 in fact little to no vomiting 

Was squirming in discomfort, arching back about 3/4 times in the day and crying but would stop 

Difficult to put down to sleep, kept squirming. 

Vomited his nighttime feed early hours of the morning . Difficult to put to bed, kept squirming and writhing in pain. No crying though 

Day 2: 

Woke up happy and was generally ok through the day

Burping and passing wind which smells sometimes.
Cat napped in the day, was woken up by wind and flatulence. 

Was a bit fussy in the evening. Took a while to put to sleep. Kept writhing as if in pain. 

Caught him gulping several times. It didn’t seem to bother him too much. Also vomited a couple of times which didn’t seem to bother him 

After night feed, seemed less distressed. Fell asleep in a third of the time. First time in four nights he’s gone down so quick. Less squirming and writhing too. 

Day 3:
Woke up pretty happy. Put him on his back and he seemed comfortable.

Still gulping vomit sometimes when I put him on his back for happy change. I’m assuming that’s because he’s come off gaviscon which was making his stomach contents thicker. 

Still farting quite a bit. Has very very smelly farts. Have given him some probiotics. Hoping he will nap better today. 

In general, he seems a much happier baby with the odd irritation here and there.

Irritation reduced after he had a very very smelly poo

Was so much easier to put to bed tonight. Slept during feed 

Struggled to sleep after night feed. Was awake almost an hour but slept very well thereafter 

Day 4: woke up very cheerful. Put him on his back and no signs of discomfort 

Two cat naps in the afternoon then a gd long one. 

Seemed agitated towards end of day

Night feed went well. Wouldn’t settle after and didn’t go back to sleep. Was awake for over an hour and a half . Had to give another feed

Day 5 – 9:
The happiest I have ever seen him. We have gone through several developmental milestones this week from rolling to being able to grab his toys and giggling. 

Still passing smelly farts. Pooh’s on day 8 after 5 days. 

Poo less smelly than the first. 

I think he may be teething 

Day 10:
Drooling and agitated today. Keeps rubbing his nose and eyes. Has cried several times. Not sure if it’s teething related or reflux.
I’m sure the reflux has gone away so will continue to monitor.
You can now taper out the Nat Phos therapy and virtually play it by ear.
Feel free to consult me which I shall do as long as I am still around.

You can now taper out the Nat Phos therapy and virtually play it by ear.

Feel free to consult me when I shall be glad to help as long as I am still aroun

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By Joe November 1st, 2020, under Uncategorized

A 69 year old son appreciated my part in helping his father, a 102 year old patient who passed away in March 2019

By Joe October 8th, 2020, under Uncategorized

This is a post I received today which reassures me that my efforts in helping suffering humanity with my “Joepathy”  from  my Website has fulfilled its aim.
I thank God that I was given the privilege of doing so in the manner that I have done for the last 10 years and felt that I should share it with you.

BC Mandapa
My dear Mr. Joe de Livera,
You probably do not remember me. I had approached you about my father when he was about 98 years old a few years back, for brain clarity, prostrate and heart. I am glad to see that you are still active at 91.
My father, Col. B.M. Chengapa passed away in March 2019 at the age of 102. Thanks to your help he had full control of his mind and remarkable memory recall and reasonable physical fitness for that age. I have been very busy with a lot of work on my father’s behalf and have not been in touch.
I thought that I would reach out to you and appreciate what you are continuing to do at your stage in life.
God bless and fond regards,
B.C. Mandapa

In reply to BC Mandapa.It is a post like yours that reassures me that my efforts at helping suffering humanity with my “Joepathy” (Google) in the manner that I have done for the last 10 years since I established my website and even previously for about 5 years before on 4 Homeopathic Forums, one of which I was a Founder member as a Prescriber when I helped a friend a computer engineer who wrote the software for Homeopathy & More .
It is a matter of regret that this Forum was subjected to a Cyber attack about a month ago as mine too was, a few weeks previously. I was able to count on the services of a close friend who succeeded in restoring it to operational status in about 6 weeks but since there was no owner of the H&M website, it seems to have ceased functioning.
I am very glad and thankful that you have recognised my part in helping your Dad:
“My father, Col. B.M. Chengapa passed away in March 2019 at the age of 102. Thanks to your help he had full control of his mind and remarkable memory recall and reasonable physical fitness for that age. “
I thank you for your gesture in posting your appreciation on my Website.
I would like to take this opportunity to place on record that the reason God has blessed me with the strength to continue my work even today at 91 is due to the fact that I do not take any drugs whatever and only use my own knowledge of my “Joepathy” which is an advanced version of Classical Homeopathy where I treat the ailment directly which is not permitted in Homeopathy and prompted classical Homeopaths who were on the 4 Forums that I used to visit in the past to derisively coin the term “Joepathy” in the hope that they could frighten me off their domains, not realising that this term attracts many thousands of hits today on Google ! You may if you wish to spend a few minutes in a search under “The evolution Joepathy” on this Website.
I would also like to mention that I exercise by walking briskly for half hour daily when I cover about 2.5km every day listening to music on my Bose Headphones, usually the Piano music I used to play on my Steinway Grand Piano which is silent today as my fingers do not respond in the manner they used to do when I was 30 years younger.
God Bless You.