You have done brilliant research on this product. I am usually against using sedatives in babies and young children. They are often drowsy the next day and their learning ability may be affected. There is always the concern about dependency or addiction as well.Du Du drops appear to be safe and contain recognised ingredients for use in young children. I do not have any personal experience with prescribing these drops and I am not sure whether they have actually been tested for safety in babies and toddlers.
Regarding your little girl's feeds, just try Parmalat First Growth milk and see if she will take it as it has a good taste. If not she will need to continue on NAN 2 to 18 months.
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