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    Default Do I need to go from 0-6 months to 6+ months gradually?

    My daughter is currently on Heinz Nurture 0-6 months, I'm about to open my last tin of 0-6 months. If I'm using the same brand of 6+ months do I need to do it gradually (like substitute 1 scoop of the new one for a scoop of the old one, etc) or can I finish the tin of 0-6 months and go straight to 6+ months?

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    Hmm no experience with formula but is there anything on the tins or brands website?

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    We stuck to stage 1 until 12 months!

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    Mine were on karicare & I just swapped them straight over. I don't recall the Tin or website saying anything otherwise.

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    I just swapped straight over, no problems

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    I'm going to pass on the advice I received just last week from my dds hospital drs and dietician. No need to change formula. Stay on the one if you want. It's more a marketing tool than anything. Only really makes a difference with the protein in them. But very slight. My dd is 9 months and still going strong with a 0-6mnths formula.

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    If I were you I'd stick with the 0-6 formula if that's what bub is happy on. We tried to swap but the next stage upset his tummy so we reverted back to the previous one.

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    You don't have to change over! DS is 10 months and still on stage 1.


 

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