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Nan Baby Milk Side Effects
Simple substitution: A lactose free formula is the same formula without the lactose but with a different sugar. It is generally used after a diarrheal illness has injured the intestines & caused a transient loss in the ability to digest lactose &or in some kids who don't have the proper enzyme to begin with & have excess gas, watery acid stools .It has the same nutrition value & has no side effects i'm aware of. ...Read more
Can my baby switch between enfamil, similac, nestle's, and other formulas without any bad effects?
Caution: Baby formula is not the same as paper clips. Each has mandatory minimums of various nutrients, but your baby may process one better than another.Repeated switching is a set up for such problems as indigestion,constipation, vomiting, etc. It is best to find one your kid handles well and stay on it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
THC: Thc can impair a mother's judgment and child care abilities. There is concern that marijuana may have effect on neurotransmitters and nervous system development of the infant. For a more complete answer please refer to lactmed- from the us national institutes of health. http://toxnet.nlm.nih.gov/cgi-bin/sis/search/f?./temp/~sgjkqy:1. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
A carminative is any: agent that helps with flatulence by coalescing small bubbles of gas in the GI tract into larger ones for expulsion of gas. Mylicon is safe, but not very effe tive. I'd avoid herbal carminatives. Have a nurse teach you the "football hold" or "colic carry" & know that all the grunting & straining will cease as the smooth muscle of the gut develops normal peristalsis, coordinated movement. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it safe to give lactose free formula milk for babies.My baby is 6 month old now.He is on lf milk from 3 month....Is it safe...He develops loose poo?
Which milk is better for my 2yr old baby: Formula, Normal pasteurized Cow Milk or UHT Long Life Cow Milk?
I do not recommend: G6pd exists in different forms with different severity. Mild forms of the condition might tolerate soya bean oil where severe forms of the disease probably would not tolerate it. Given alternative formulas that would not have potential for hemolysis, i would recommend not using s-26 for your infant. ...Read more
10m boy rejecting formula. Substituting 1 feed with Nan as low supply. He has been on bottle since birth and breast milk only. What should I do?
Mixed feedings: I congratulate you on choosing to breastfeed your baby. There is no harm in your plan to give baby one formula feeding at night. Dad can feed him and bond with him too. Formula feeding will come in handy when the time comes that you cannot breastfeed e.g., taking off for several hours and more importantly, in the presence of infection or having to take medication that might harm the baby. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Probably not : Although goats milk may be closer to human milk than cow's milk, there are several distinct dangers to babies. First are vitamin deficiencies, goats milk lacks both vitamin b12 and folate (folic acid). Babies develop a "megaloblastic anemia" from this deficiency. Second is a danger of infection, brucellosis, you should know, so definitely boil before use. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My baby is 11 days old, breast milk not coming in satisfactory quantity so feeding him on NESTLÉ NAN PRO1, is it safe? Give tips to increase milk
Formula is safe: if you prepare with safe water and use refrigeration. To increase your breast milk, breast feed or pump and express milk every 2-3 hours. Make sure you are drinking enough fluids and nutrition and rest, as your body needs to take care of you before using extra fluids and calories to produce milk. Sometimes the baby is too weak to breast feed well and needs the extra calories to get stronger. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No cow's milk: It is contraindicated to feed your infant cow's milk. All of the nutrients, proteins, fats, etc, are naturally perfect for a baby cow. A human infant should only be fed human breast milk, or human infant formula. These are formulated/created by nature, to fully nourish your infant optimally. At age 1, talk with your pediatrician about possibly changing to cow's milk. Be well! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can i switch from s26 formula milk to similac. My baby is 6 weeks old. Its only been 2 weeks I have given him formula 2 feeds/day plus breast feeding.
Milia: Milia are plugged pores for the newborn. A complexion brush can help. ...Read more
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