Childhood Diseases

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Posted by: Marlise | 2008/10/28

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Feeding problems

My baby is now 2 ½  months old, he was drinking Isomil, was doing fine on Isomil, gaining weight etc (5.1 kg), after 5 weeks of Isomil 1 his appetite decreased and if he drink, he would not finish his formula.He is not sick or anything. Could that be due to an allergy towards soya? He was constipated, but I did give him brown sugar water and a gliserien suppositry to clean the bowl. He was on S26 and breast milk since birth but his peaditrician said he is lactose intolerant because of skin rash and cramps. I' ve changed him now after the Isomil 1 to NAN 1 HA, and he is still fighting (kicking and fisting) with his bottle because of cramps, was it the right think for me to change from Isomil 1 to NAN 1 HA? Please help, don' t know whose the most traumatic, me or baby after feed?

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