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    The gastroenterologist doesn't think we need to put him on neocate (extensively hydrolysed formula). I am thinking this is the only way to rule out. Not sure! Stool test shows no sign of blood.

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    That's good about the blood. One of my girls had blood and the other didn't. Does he have green stools at all? Is it possible to try neocate for a week and see if there is a difference at all?

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    And yes if Bub is on formula and not breastfeeding, hydrolysed formula is the only way to rule it out. You can buy allerpro from the chemist which is broken down, but not as much as neocate. You don't need a script for allerpro. It could be a good starting point. Sometimes it is recommended to try allerpro for two weeks, then if you don't see any changes go to neocate.

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    He has green stool but that's after changing to the HA formula. When he was on nan comfort, stool is mustard color. The dr says green is normal for HA formula. Puzzle.

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    We did a 3 week trial of Neocate, and had improvements

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    I was also told that green poo is normal when on neocate.

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    Ok DS is having the episode of frequent pooping with mucus in the stool again. This time with the switch to Allepro. We are doing transition switching this time. Mixing Allepro with nan LI for a few days. Yesterday, we were down to 5 to 1 ratio (Allepro to nan) then the frequent poop episode started. Last time, stool test came back negative for bacteria and virus. It lasted 1.5w. What's going on?! It can't be allergy. I use thickener this time, though.


 

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