If you are certain that your little baby does not have lactose intolerance and is not allergic to milk there is no need for her to be on either the Isomil which makes her constipated or the low allergy formula, NAN HA which does not agree with her. If you are certain about the points mentioned here then there is no treason why she should not go onto a regular cow's milk formula such as Lactogen2. If she is still windy and seems to be uncomfortable on Lactogen 2 then she should be re-tested for possible lactose intolerance and if positive should go onto a lactose free formula such as NAN LF or S26LF.
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