Childhood Diseases

Question
Posted by: Libby | 2010/04/27

Q.

Changing Baby Formula

Hi Docter,

We are currently living abroad and my 10 month old daughter have been drinking Novalac. I was informed yesterday that the formula is unobtainable meaning that I have to change her to a formula more readily available. Holle Infant Formula was reccomended to me, I had a look at their website and it seems good. I only have 1 tin Novalac left so how do I go about changing it? Maybe 1 bottle Holle and the next one Novalac and so forth?

Many thanks!

Expert's Reply

A.

Paediatrician

I am not familiar with the Holle Infant Formula but having looked it up it appears to be an excellent formula for your baby. You should be able to change across directly, but your idea is probably the best way to do it.

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