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    Quote Originally Posted by Nowhere View Post
    yes but not every one is sensible or may not have access to a pead as easy and can read that and think oh i can try that and it cause problems, just gota be careful giving out advice like that when you dont know the severity of kids issues thats all im saying, cause there is a vast level of issues kids can have some milk some terrible
    I can't be bothered arguing but if they can't even seek advice from a Dr or a Child/Youth Health nurse and just go do it because someone they don't know posted it on a website then i dunno how smart they are

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    im not arguing hon, I just would hate to see a desperate mum try something with out checking with a pead, and yes it may be stupid but you never know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezzabee View Post
    Hi all, for those in Syd I just rang the gastroenterology dept at Westmead. I may have catastophised slightly - they are booked out until August. There is one dr who is very popular (I think she said Dr Steadman) who has a waiting period of 6 months however can be accessed through his private rooms.
    Dr storeman and yep, he is great!

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    Just discovered this a week ago - we've run out of repeats and have about 6 tins left. We're seeing DDs paed on Monday so I thought we'd be ok. I'm a bit worried!!!

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    Surely they would be able to phone someone or do something, they're not going to let our babies starve!

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    I hope! Cue, let us know how you go x

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    I will let you know - I'm hoping her paed knows a paediatric GE that can help.

    It was so horrible when DD was sick before going on Neocate. Luckily she eats a lot of solids now but she still can't have dairy or soy, at least not until we've gone through the process of challenging the intolerances.

    Was any consideration given to the poor kids relying on this formula when they made this decision? Our prescriptions are registered, couldn't they have sent some info/warning out in advance to make sure we had time to find a GE? So annoyed, I might write to my local member...

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    Here's a link to the official information, guys -
    http://www.nps.org.au/health_profess...infant_formula

    It seems a bit vague as to whether it's an absolute REQUIREMENT for babies to see a specialist (Gastro/Immuno/Allergist) or not, but I'll have to contact my paed and ask.

    Grr, how annoying - only in April they took standard Neocate off the PBS list and we had to frantically try and figure out how to feed my baby when I only had 1 bottle left for the day :\

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    Standard neonate is no longer made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PerthMeggles View Post
    Here's a link to the official information, guys -
    http://www.nps.org.au/health_profess...infant_formula

    It seems a bit vague as to whether it's an absolute REQUIREMENT for babies to see a specialist (Gastro/Immuno/Allergist) or not, but I'll have to contact my paed and ask.

    Grr, how annoying - only in April they took standard Neocate off the PBS list and we had to frantically try and figure out how to feed my baby when I only had 1 bottle left for the day :\

    thanks for putting thelink up, it makes more sense now, ntohingis going to chance with my monkey im glad to see.

    I wish i had of known you was looking for neocate a friend of mine ha bucket loads fo of load that her son was nt tolerating and she ended up giving it back to the local pharmacy to send over to poor countries


 

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