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    Default Formula and silent reflux

    Hi I posted this in bottle feeding section them realised there is a reflux forum
    What fornula does everyone use?
    We are using losec and our paed has given us Pepti Jnr and elecare to try
    I'm so confused now I don't think any ads better or worse than the nan ha he was on originally
    But now he is fussy and doesn't waht up drink any of the formulas he'll only drink half his bottle
    We see the paed next week again

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    My ds was like this and I never found a formula that worked I'm sorry. Losec improved him a lot but thr main turning point for us was when I started solids which seemed to settle his tummy. Under paed advice I started solids at 3.5 months just once a day.

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    My DD was on Losec too and we found Allerpro, which is available without prescription to be enough for her. She still has a mild dairy intolerance at 19 months so we are still using Allerpro and will hopefully transition to soy milk once she is 2. We also used mylanta for when she was really bad.

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    Ok thanks guys for ur help I'll just stick to what I'm doing!

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    My bub developed a feeding aversion because he has cmpi the pepti didn't work and he ended up tube fed they didn't know what to do for him so I went and bought soy formula within 48 hours he had the feeding tube removed was back on the bottle and back home we haven't looked back. He still has reflux but at least he feeds reasonably well now.

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    Silent reflux is so bad. We are going through it now. In fact I posted I. The general section. Might repost in the reflux section too.

    I have heard formula can make a difference but I'd speak to your pead.

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    My bub is on Nan comfort and a low dose (too low that it's not making a difference- in fact he is getting worse) of losec. I was told nan comfort is semi broken down for easier digestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ams01 View Post
    Hi I posted this in bottle feeding section them realised there is a reflux forum
    What fornula does everyone use?
    We are using losec and our paed has given us Pepti Jnr and elecare to try
    I'm so confused now I don't think any ads better or worse than the nan ha he was on originally
    But now he is fussy and doesn't waht up drink any of the formulas he'll only drink half his bottle
    We see the paed next week again
    The pepti junior is apparently quite bitter. give the karicare line a call they might be able to give you some advice as well


 

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