When my child was born they had him on gerber goodstart gentle and his bowel movements were so frequent they were making his but raw so at about a week old wic changed his formula to gerber soothe and he was having terrible belly aches so at 3 weeks i changed his formula to similac sensitive because a family member said it really worked for her son but he has been on it a week now and is still having terrible belly aches. What do i do?
Here are a few suggestions that may help. The feeding position is important and should be almost a sitting up position when feeding him and burp him well. Never lay him down on his back right after eating or 1 – ½ hour after feeding. Raise the head of his crib to a 45-degree angle too so he are not flat on his back. If that does not work, suggest you go to the MD and get him checked. Hoped this helped you.
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