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Lactogen Powder Milk For Baby Side Effect
Occasionally is ok: The difference between milk and chocolate milk is that the latter has lots and lots of sugar. It's been said that eating some dark chocolate each day can have benefits, but the "chocolate" used to make chocolate is not beneficial, but is mainly sugar. Sugar is bad because it forces ones pancreas to work harder to make more Insulin (thus wearing out the pancreas) and eventually leads to diabetes. ...Read more
Can you tell me what is the downside/side effect of drinking two bottles of muscle milk after working out?
I am 20years old girl, now starting to drink milk (dutch lady brand) at night only, around 2230, there any side effect on my body? Can I still grow tall?
Would producing milk be a side effect of HRT as I am on estradot 25 and mirena (levonorgestrel) coil and producing milk for 3 days?
How long do I need to wait to be able to eat solid food after wisdom tooth extraction? Do milk have any side effect?
Few days: If you didn't get specific instructions from your dentist or oral surgeon, eat soft foods for a few days until the area has started healing. Then start adding more solid foods slowly, and as long as your gums don't become more painful or start bleeding, then you can continue to add more solid foods until you are back to eating your regular diet. ...Read more
If I take dostinex (cabergoline) to stop breast milk flow, will I have any side effect in time to come? Eg. Saggy breast or higher chances to get cancer?
Is it danger for infant under 1 years old to get x ray? How often it can be done? Does it has a side effect?
No: Generally no, there is minimal exposure to radiation during a routine x-ray. Side effects that can occur usually are after prolonged exposure to high levels of radiation. There is more exposure to radiation from taking overseas airplane trip than from one routine x-ray. Hope this helps. ...Read more
I have over dosed my infant with liquid vitamin d3+vitamin A drops. Recommended was one drop but I have fed her 5 drops accidentally. Any side effect?
Drops: For a onetime mistake should be no issue. ...Read more
I read online there are lots of side effect for Lamisil. Is there any safe alternative cream to treat infant/toddler's athlete foot?
Safe???: Lamisil is safe and effective when used appropriately & was deemed so by the food & drug administration back when it was only available by prescription. After years of use, its track record allowed it to be released to the general public. Any med that is strong enough to help will have side effects in some people. I find it a safe med. Lotramin is another antifungal that is usually effective. ...Read more
My 10 months child has diahrea, she feeding formula Lactogen 2, I don't know whether I hav to change the formula or what I must do, please help?
Recent change?: If you have RECENTLY changed to Lactogen and the diarrhea started, then the diarrhea may be caused by the new formula. However, if you have ALWAYS fed the Lactogen, and the diarrhea has only recently started, look for another cause. Offering an electrolyte solution such as Pedialyte after each loose stool can help prevent dehydration. Bloody diarrhea is always cause for concern, needing doctor. ...Read more
My baby is not breastfeeding since birth, I am feeding her lactogen no.1 is it good for him. He wil gain weight and he will not have problem in futhur?
Formula: Lactogen is not available in the USA. I see, however, that it is a Nestle product. You may want to go to their website. Also, your pediatrician will also have this information. ...Read more
? can't?: The best advise in the 40's to 60's included early infant solids to make up for deficiencies in home made bovine milk formula. (great for cows) This changed when moms went back to breast feeding and formulas were better designed for human use. No-one will jail you for early feeds, but it doesn't improve babies diet, sleep, or growth. Waiting until they sit is better for their developmental needs. ...Read more
Calming: Sucking is really the only mechanism newborn babies have to calm themselves. Its a built in reflex and helps calm babies, even when not eating. Its one step parents can use to help calm crying babies, but some babies will need us to calm them with holding, wrapping, shushing, etc... ...Read more
I gave my two months old infant a drop of old prepared formula milk by mistake. What can happen to my infant?
SGA and breastmilk: All the available data suggests that small for gestational age newborns benefit from exclusive breastfeeding. Not only these babies gain more weight with exclusive breastfeeding their IQ will also be higher compared to infants who were given infant formula. Check pediatrics june of this year. ...Read more
Overfeeding or...: First consider if you are overfeeding or if feeds are too close together. If the vomiting is projectile- your infant needs immediate medical attention. When discussing with your baby's doctor describe volume of feeds, how frequently your are feeding. Let the doctor know how many wet diapers, stools baby is having. ...Read more
No, it is not: A milk allergy can occur at any time. I developed it two years ago. This is a pure milk allergy without any difficulty with lactose intolerance. I have a daughter with the same condition and yet my autistic grandson does not have that symptoms at all. ...Read more
Most of the time yes: Infants often normally reflux small amounts of milk after feeding, while burping, with motion or for no reason at all. They then can be hungry again very soon, and you can go ahead and feed them. But if the amount is unusually large or frequent, or their urine is dark, see your doctor asap. ...Read more
Infant vomiting: Causes include: a. Overfeeding - Breast milk production is based upon demand and if the breast is used as pacifier it can produce so much milk a baby will overfeed and vomit. B. GERD - if the baby is fussy and wanting to be fed a lot and vomits more, acid reflux can be the cause. C. Obstruction - yellow vomiting if present requires a doctor visit soon, as something is wrong. D. Normal ...Read more
Not necessarily: Goat milk is deficient in many of the nutrients that human infants need for proper growth and development. Folate (folic acid) is one of the items it lacks & some commercial goat milks have added this to their product to improve if for human consumption. There are at least a dozen formulas available that provide balanced nutrition for infants. Certainly one will be adequate for any infant. ...Read more
Milk: First, I would just try it. They might take to it, without a problem. If they reject that, then titrate. Start with 7oz formula and 1oz milk. After a few days, go to 6oz and 2oz, and so on. It's a good time to switch to a sippy, too. Also, don't forget to use whole milk (4%), from 1-2 yrs old. ...Read more
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