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    Thanks again for the replies! I had a look for Aptamil Gold+ HA in the step 2 but couldn't find it, I'll have to check if they actually make it in HA. I'll seriously consider going back to HA, this non HA is killing me, she has literally not drank any milk today apart from 150ml at 7am. For this who have kept your bubs on HA formula until they were weaned onto cow's milk, did your babies find it difficult switching over? Thanks again!

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    My first baby was on ha until about 15 months. He was combined fed with bm and nan ha gold until 14 months. I had no issues with introducing cows milk, but that was my bub. Every child is different with cows milk, a lot of people don't digest it well.

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    We had some issues with DD1 and cows milk. She actually went on to suffer chronic constipation for a couple of years until we finally found the right help. It was never proven by any tests as we were told that there is no test for it, but by the process of elimination it appears she does not tolerate cows milk.

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    My husband also picked up the step 2 when he was shopping thinking we needed to switch but its not necessary. Does your bub drink water? This should help with the constipation too.


 

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