en 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
I would definitely speak with a pediatrician about his reactions to these formulas. Are any of them caseine (milk protein) free? Your baby may need something specialized like Nutramigen or Alimentum which you may need additional medical documentation for to be covered by WIC. It does take up to 3 weeks to fully leave the system when a formula or food is changed.
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