Formula Switch

Re: Formula Switch

Postby Var_sri » Wed Jul 01, 2020 10:12 pm

Hi,
My daughter was gassy too when she was your baby's age. Doctor suggested me to go dairy free for a while and that really helped. Also, changed to enfamil nutramigen formula. We could see a huge difference in her within 3 days.
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Re: Formula Switch

Postby Sadnconfused » Mon Jul 27, 2020 4:05 am

Try the lactose sensitive formula. There are mult kinds. You can use gas drops with gripe water and that should help expel the gas
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Re: Formula Switch

Postby Never_you_mind » Tue Feb 02, 2021 1:36 am

Green mucous poos tends to lead to lactose intolerance....
I would go and get lactose free formula.
I would then try infants friend or something for gas...
I would also watched how he feeds if he seems to not drink properly and is extremely upset most of day or night then look out for silent reflux

Try keeping upright after feeds for about 20 minutes and also raise the cot mattress so the milk doesn't come up and cause pain. Good luck
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Re: Formula Switch

Postby Moy » Mon Mar 22, 2021 11:21 pm

WoodShep_Crew13 wrote:Thank You Both! Enfamil Reguline Is One I Tried On My Own. But I Was Gonna Try The Purple Enfamil Next To Help. I Called And Told My Pediatrican But She Said That He Is Just Fussy Cause He Is 6 Almost 7 Weeks Old So Its Normal. All Of This Is Normal. But When He Cries Its Painful And Uncomfortable

Hi what did you end up doing?
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