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    May 2008

    Default Cows milk

    My 1 year old is on 2 bottles a day so I have introduced cows milk at first he seemed ok on it but now I'm not so sure he has been suffering from heat rash( doc diagnoses) but have noticed it has gotten worse I have been diluting with water and have been giving him half and half he has not been settling on the milk and his poos are all over the place. Should I stop the cows milk and try something else and go back to full formula he is on karicare AR formula should I change to a different formula too

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    Give it up! Stay on the formula he was on ( as long as it wasn't giving him any trouble) or try A2 milk or goats milk which are a lot easier on babies tummies, he may have an intolerance which is quite common in small children , if it gets worse get him tested just in case


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