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... I've decided that i will give my baby enfamil with lipil and ive looked over the website and they had special formulas for gassy moments would i be able to switch formulas for the few days or weeks that my baby may have gas and then switch back... what would you all suggest? ... (6 replies)
... Formulas are all MOSTLY similar. Though they all have different amounts of the nutrients... they will all have the amount needed to pass FDA standards. And usually doctors will say that there is no problem with switching formulas. But you'll have to wait and see how your child reacts. I'd say go through one whole brand and then switch to the other. That way it will be... (2 replies)
... the formulas being the same? ... (2 replies)

... There were also traces of melamine found in our baby formulas here they say they are not harmful but can we really be sure? ... (12 replies)
... would be no. Do not switch if you don't have to or you may end up doing more harm than good. However, I do know some parents that bounce back in fourth between formulas according to sale prices and their babies do just fine...mine is not one of them. I find that consistency is key! Good luck with your research! ... (6 replies)
... I am going to be using Enfamil Lipil because that is what will be given to me from WIC. I received yesterday, 4 big bottles of Similac Advanced. Can I use both types of formulas? Has anyone switched back and forth? (2 replies)
... I know when we didn't burp our son enough a bubble would build up, then when we were done, that burp would come up along with a lot of formula. There are other formulas too, like lactose free or ones with a lesser amount of iron. ... (5 replies)
Milk Allergy??
Jul 23, 2007
... The prescription formulas are expensive, but a lot are covered by insurance. ... (8 replies)
... My daughter also had a milk protein allergy when she was little - she was also formula fed. We tried six before we found the right one for her. We got to the point that he had to try both amino acid based formulas - one is Neocate, which constipated her, and the other is Elecare which has been a miracle for both her and us! Yes, they are very expensive - I think almost $50... (5 replies)
... Which formulas do you recommend? ... (5 replies)
... based formulas altogether and try switching to soy. ... (24 replies)
... hange to see improvement with new formulas. Should you decide to switch formulas, do it gradually. It can be pretty upsetting to a newborn's tummy. Try mixing formulas together first. ... (6 replies)
... I just wanted to add that up to 75% of babies who have milk protein allergies (which is what most commercial infant formulas are made of) will also have soy protein allergies. Not all will of course. My first ds also had a milk protein allergy, but was fine with soy. But ds2 couldn't tolerate either. Oh, and I definitely wouldn't suggest you give up breastfeeding. It is the... (8 replies)
Baby not sleeping
Nov 21, 2009
... digested soy formulas now too. ... (5 replies)
Enfamil AR
May 23, 2009
... Is the spitting up causing any other issues, or are they happy spitters? Is there any other reason to have the boys on the special formula? I mean, is there any specific reason you don't just use regular generic formula? My first was a spitter, but she was a happy spitter, with no other issues, she just spit all day every day, no matter what she was fed (I breast fed and... (2 replies)
... we're just trying to figure out if it's from the formula or the different medication. i hate to switch formulas again and make it worse. ... (0 replies)
... k until they are at least 2 years of age. Cows milk is not really recommended for young children and can cause allergy reactions such as the skin. There are baby formulas you can get from pharmacys that contain the vitamins and nutrients that the baby will not get from the mother if she can not breastfeed. ... (5 replies)
Need Ideas
Sep 14, 2008
... allergenic toddler formulas that are supposed to taste better. ... (6 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. A friend mentioned Peptamen Jr and said I should ask about it saying that it tastes pretty good, but when I researched it it says it may not be suitable for food allergies. I definitely will be talking to his pediatrician. I know... (6 replies)
Need Ideas
Sep 14, 2008
... Honestly, I think Nutramigen is one of the better tasting formulas! I remember my pediatrician telling me that they had to taste all these formulas while in school and some of the hypoallergenic ones were terrible! ... (6 replies)

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