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Frequently Asked Questions

If my baby has lactose intolerance or a milk protein allergy what can I do?
Babies who have developed sensitivites to ingredients in cow based products should try lactose intolerance formulas instead which do not contain milk protein and may be available on prescription.

Should I mix the formulas to get the benefits from each?
No. Mixing different types of infant formulas may result in abdominal pain, and the baby not receiving enough nutrients for its growth and development.

Should I vary the type of formula milk?
It is unnecessary to change from one infant formula to another i.e. whey based to caesein based milks in an attempt to solve minor feeding problems. This practice could also delay the diagnosis of other problems such as milk allergy or reflux.

 

 

 

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