Childhood Diseases

Posted by: chanty | 2010-08-01


7 month old


My daughter will be 7 months next week. She was on Isomil up until a week ago when I changed her to NAN HA. She is not lactose intolerant (tested), she was just very crampy at birth when she was on NAN and the HA, so hence the Isomil. She weighs 8.5 kg and has reflux, treated with Motilium and Altosec. The problem is she hasnt been drinking milk for the last 2 weeks or so. She has about 120ml 3 times a day. She refuses the milk most of the time. I thought that the Nan HA might taste better to her. She doesnt have any teeth yet, but does show signs of teething. She really enjoys eating food, doesnt mind what you give her. I''m just stressed that she wont drink milk anymore. She also doesnt sleep through the night like she used to.

Expert's Reply



Your baby's weight is well above the average for her age.She does not like the taste of the NAN HA. In any case she does not need to be on a low allergy formula. Try her on a formula that she may like the taste of more such as Lactogen 2 or even NAN Pelargon.

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Posted by: chanty | 2010-08-01

I forgot to mention that her stools are now yellow and very soft to the extent her body gets covered in it. On the Isomil, her stools were dark and hard.

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