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... My opinion is that cows milk is for baby cows, and human milk is for baby humans. ... (0 replies)
Formula Question
May 26, 2005
... I would buy only one can of formula ahead of time. Formula is not something you want to stock up on because your baby may have issues with it and you may need to switch to another brand. ... (2 replies)
... Are you both aware that Nutramigen contains casein hydrolysate, which is a milk protein? ... (19 replies)

... Milk allergies are extremely common with most babies growing out of it by the age of 2. ... (17 replies)
Changed formula
Jun 25, 2005
... We were told that it takes at least 3 days for them to get used to a new formula, so you might want to give it a little longer. ... (6 replies)
... or soy allergies. Allergies also tend to intensify reflux symptoms. My son can't handle milk or soy, so we use Nutramigen. ... (3 replies)
... I thought that the purpose of a soy formula was to for babies with milk allergies. My daughter is 8 months and was diagnosed with a milk allergy. ... (17 replies)
... her pooping twice a day. Once she was on the soy, it was once a day and sometimes once every other day. It took her about a month to adjust to it, but we have milk allergies in our families so we stuck with it. ... (6 replies)
... We called the nurse and she told us to either try some of the other milk based formulas or we could just go straight to soy. We didn't want our ds to suffer another day with experimenting with other milks. ... (7 replies)
... month old son is on Nutramigen and has been gaining weight steadily on this formula for almost two months. Jack was a 'failure to thrive baby', and was finally diagnosed at 4.5 months with a milk protein allergy. ... (19 replies)
... Soy formula is absolutely fine! My daughter, who drinks a soy formula, just had her 9 month well baby check up and is in the 95th percent tile for height and 90th percent tile for I think she's doing just fine. She's growing like a weed and has had no health problems to date. ... (10 replies)
... Cereal at 3 months is way too young. Have you read any of the What to Expect books? They strongly advise against it. Your baby only needs breast milk or formula for the first 5-6 months. Do not rush the cereal. Talk to your pediatrician about this. A stuffy nose in a baby is very common and is not a sign of allergies. Their little nasal passages are very tiny and babies... (5 replies)
Need Ideas
Sep 14, 2008
... I plan to discuss the issue with her. I just wanted ideas for other things that may be available and to get a feel for what she might suggest. ... (6 replies)
... We started with a blood test for allergies at the doctor's office prior to giving her milk. I wanted to be sure it was either an intolerance to the milk protein or the milk protein allergy that she could outgrow which would not show up on the test, which was the case. ... (23 replies)
Milk issue
May 3, 2007
... I could be an allergy, but like you said, it would have shown up with he milk based formula. My son had allergies to milk and we had to switch to soy formula, then on to soy milk. ... (4 replies)
... will likely mean there's also an allergy to goat's milk. Furthermore, goat's milk is lacking in essential nutrients needed for human development, so unless properly supplemented, it is not a good alternative at all. ... (3 replies)
... vor though. DS did something similar. He was getting expressed breastmilk. I wasn't producing enough so I supplemented with formula. He got so he refused the formula and would only take my milk so I HAD to put him on formula exclusively. She'll probably take it better with time. Just be patient and trust her doctors. ... (10 replies)
... not ideal for us but we had to try. It is virtually impossible for a baby to be allergic to it. He did much better, but still had and stills has terrible gas. ... (4 replies)
Food allergy
Feb 6, 2009
... There are many different ideas on why food allergies have become so incredibly common in kids. But one thing for sure is that allergies of any kind, are hereditary. ... (2 replies)
... I plan to use goats milk before cows milk. It more closely resembles human milk, and is less likely to cause protein allergies or lactose intolerance problems. ... (1 replies)

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