Childhood Diseases

Posted by: AV | 2010-05-26


NAN HA to NAN (Regular)

Good day Doctor,

My daughter is currently on Nan HA nr. 2. I have introduced Cerelac Regular with added milk and she does not show any signs of Allergies to milk.

The HA is a very expensive milk, and I would like to switch to another not so expensive milk. What is the right way to do this and is the Regular NAN the right option?

She also suffers from REFLUX and I use Nestargel to thicken the milk. She gets OMEZ 10 in the mornings with her porridge as well and if the heartburn is severe I give her 2ml Gelacid. Am I on the right track and will changing her milk make things worse?

Expert's Reply



You are correct and your baby daughter does not appear to allergic to cow's milk. So she can change to regular NAN now. This will not affect her reflux which is a separate problem.

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