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    How do u know if Bub has lactose intolerance? I know we just have to ride it out but....Ever since we switched to nan comfort, the gas problem hasn't improved. He is nearly 9w old. The poo has been quite runny in the last couple of days. I guess I am just like any other parent who try to find cause.

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    Lactose intolerance is most commonly shown by frothy green poos.

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    Pretty sure that your GP can order a stool test too (?reducing substances)

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    For my daughter she had major issues when i consuned dairy and reflux was worse she would vomit more for next 12 hrs or so. As she got bigger and started on solids it went to diarrhea and vomiting. While we can get away with nan li for a few bottles she only needs 1 too many and tummy will be painful and she'll cry all night. We trialled fresh lactose free milk as advised by paed and there was more blood then anything else in nappy so not willing to try dairy of any kind for a while. I am glad paed gave written confirmation as mil kept saying i wouldn't wean her and make her drink cows milk or non specialty formula as all kids hate taste of cows milk but get over it you just have to force them too and according to her dd was forcing herself to vomit cause she didn't like the flavour. They can sample poo to test. Poor little thing.

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    I am not sure if bub is lactose intolerance or overload. The symptom is more like overload but we have been doing pretty well in controlling his feed to every 3 hrs now. Is it what it should be at 9w? One symptom of overload stands out as unsettledness in early morning hrs. While the cramp etc can happen anytime of days but I find he is worst after midnight feed. He would constantly fussed in pain every few mins from his sleep.

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    @PinkPopsicle: what does the padbury mixture do? help with pain?

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    Yes definitely. Helps relax tummy and get wind out. I found my DS was much better by 9-10wks

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    Default formula related problem?

    DS is 9w+ and I am only starting. A bit late to the party.
    @Pinkposicle: when did u start? How long does it take to see the effect? DS certainly is a better burper since we started infacol at one month. But gas pain and pooping are still bothering him.
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    About 5weeks i think. Saw a difference after a couple of doses 😊

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    One thing I don't quite understand is that DS tends to have gas in early morning hrs. That's overnight. So sleeping is very disrupted. I am not sure if it has anything to do with shorter interval between eat and sleep. He is sleepy which is a good thing. During the day, wake time is longer before I put him for nap (well, I have a hard time getting him to nap in general!
    @Pinkposicle: wow 5w and the colicness is gone by 9w? I am still waiting it to be over. Infacol has done well but no more improvement. I want to give the mixture a try.


 

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