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... Introducing any other foods or liquids will not benefit the infant and may actually harm the infant. ... (7 replies)
2 Questions
Oct 28, 2005
... Introducing any other foods or liquids will not benefit the infant and may actually harm the infant. ... (8 replies)
... the general rule of thumb for formula amounts is 2. ... (2 replies)

Formula question
Mar 26, 2005
... an oz then burp him for 15min. I thought he was crazy as my son was already up to 4oz of formula and if I fed him like that it would take me two hours to feed him! ... (10 replies)
... solids. By that time they're able to move the food, with their tongue, from front to back without pushing it out. Trying to force feed an infant with a strong tongue thrust reflux can result in choking, but mostly it's an indication that they're only able to drink, not eat. ... (2 replies)
... Hey all. I have a 3 and a half month old daughter and an 8 year old daughter. My question is when did all of you start your babies on infant cereal, and when did you start them on baby veggies? ... (9 replies)
... he switch was. I thought my daughter was going to love the taste of milk, but when I first gave it to her she refused it. I then started to mix half milk, half formula for approximately two weeks, gradually adding more milk each time until she would somewhat tolerate it. ... (7 replies)
... If you're visiting family, I would ask them to go to local stores and make sure that you can buy the same brand of formula or favorite food there or bring the amount you will need in a small container. ... (2 replies)
... My milk supply wasnt very good from the very start so I have always used formula after breastfeeding. ... (8 replies)
... ou to let her keep eating. But, for now until you figure out what the problem is, do what the doctor recommends. If she's spitting up a lot, feeding her a lesser amount at more frequent intervals and burping her more might help her hold more down overall. ... (24 replies)
Feeding Questions
Jul 19, 2005
... Hi There, I must say that i agree with Kiera, sounds like you are feeding him the perfect amount for his age. Constipation in infants is so very common, most generally it is caused by the iron in the formula. ... (3 replies)
... elf and decided he'd eat enough. He came home only taking 30ccs at a time. He also had awful reflux and was on medication until just last month. Honestly, the amount of food sounds okay. The main thing is to not force it. ... (8 replies)
... My doctor also suggested putting it in the formula and my DD had no problem drinking that and the other bottle I made...but she did not like the grape flavor...she loves the banana. ... (12 replies)
... I would say, on average, she get a few ounces of formula around 11pm to settle her back to sleep. ... (8 replies)
DD and protein
Jan 4, 2009
... Can you try grounding up the meat and mixing a small amount in a casserole...do you think she would notice? ... (2 replies)
... days he was in the hospital. At his first weight check, 2 days after discharge, he still hadn't gained. We had him on expressed breastmilk with added powdered infant formula to increase his caloric intake without increasing the volume. ... (7 replies)
... on to start, just to get the child accepting of the spoon. If they don't want it, spit it back out or seem distressed, stop and try again in a month or so. The amount is irrelevent, just enough for some practice and to be fun. Until 1 year a child's main source of nutrition needs to be breastmilk or infant formula. ... (3 replies)
... Well I'm new to the infant care board also. My daughter is almost 1 month but I am kinda dealing with the same things you are. ... (10 replies)
... and to the Dr's office. For the first three months they still have their moms immunity. Also when we did go out with him we left him in his infant carrier. I would let no one touch him and if we didn't have to we wouldn't touch him unless we could wash or hands first. We are real germ fanatics. ... (6 replies)




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