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    Nan ha was no good when ds1 was a bub. Gave him really bad wind and stomach upsets, he wouldn't finish a bottle ever and his poos became green and frothy. Good luck with the aptamil ha.
    You could try ordering online if you have trouble getting it.

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    Yea I heard about nan ha gold isn't good. The iron content is also high. That's why I decided to go with aptamil. The problem is that if I order online and only use half of 6 tins, it would w hard to get rid the left over

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    Oh true. Try out the one tin you have and if it works out then consider online if you have trouble finding it in stores. Good luck!!

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    Now we switched the formula to aptamil HA. His poo is now dark green and runny with a bit of mustard yellow bits. Is it normal for HA formula?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbhope View Post
    Now we switched the formula to aptamil HA. His poo is now dark green and runny with a bit of mustard yellow bits. Is it normal for HA formula?
    My daughter was like that on that formula. I changed to s26 comfort.

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    So thats normal? This formula is suggested by the pead so we are going to use it for a while. Just thought htis is a bit unusual, especially runny.

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    I wouldn't say it's normal.

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    What did the poo sample come back with?
    I've very aware of milk protein issues now that my dd2 has been diagnosed and I'm certain dd1 had it too.
    It can take up to 3 weeks for dairy to leave the body too

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    Quote Originally Posted by maternidade View Post
    What did the poo sample come back with?
    I've very aware of milk protein issues now that my dd2 has been diagnosed and I'm certain dd1 had it too.
    It can take up to 3 weeks for dairy to leave the body too
    My gp sent a faecal sample off for my ds2 who I suspect has cmpi and whilst it had a lot of obvious mucous the result was "negative" as they are just looking for bacteria etc. As far as I am aware traces of blood can be an indication of an allergy but it's only showing inflammation rather than a specific allergy diagnosis. I think the faecal sample is mainly to rule out other infectious causes of diarrhoea before considering allergies.

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    No one calls me back with the result! I called a few times and even the specialist office. They just said that the dr will call me back. it has been a month since our last visit. DS poo is still green and runny with the new formula.


 

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