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    Default Help! 2 mth old fussing and crying at every single feed!

    My 2 month old son is crying and fussing at every single feed. He is formula fed as I had supply issues in the early days (was a heartbreaking decision to formula feed). Our baby expert seems to think he may have a lactose intolerance as his bowel movements are watery, green, smelly and very painful for him. We swapped him over to s-26 lactose free, he is still fussing and crying at every feed, passing a lot of gas & only eating small amounts at a time. I am taking him to the doctors but I just wanted to see if any mums have had or are having the same problem?
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    In the early days when my DD was fussy and pulled off, it was because she needed to burp. I started burping her every few minutes, which was pretty annoying, but it did make a big difference. It actually took a few days for her to stop fussing, and now I only burp when she pulls off. She is BF, so not sure if that makes a difference to FF.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pantsy View Post
    In the early days when my DD was fussy and pulled off, it was because she needed to burp. I started burping her every few minutes, which was pretty annoying, but it did make a big difference. It actually took a few days for her to stop fussing, and now I only burp when she pulls off. She is BF, so not sure if that makes a difference to FF.
    I could have written this post myself - I have a 4 week old and only discovered today that when she pulls off I should burp her, and can't believe what a difference it made. Again, my bub is breastfed so not sure if its the same but it's worth a try.


 

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