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    My bub is 3 months old fully formula fed has been on same formula since 1 week old with no issues. Last 2 days she has had really runny poo usually not long after a bottle. She is otherwise healthy, happy sleeping well not too hungry and her soft spot is not sunken at all. Problem is she is getting red in the nappy area from all the runny poo. Going to Dr on Monday all tho he is usually useless with the kids only Dr I can see. Anyway someone suggested it maybe lactose and try soy formula well she flat out refuses to drink soy!!!!

    Any suggestions on the cause/solutions? Just looking for advise till I can see Dr Monday thanks

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    I am having the same problem with my 4 month old dd!!
    Her nappy rash got bad , I went to the chemist and got an anti fungal cream and that has helped clear it!!
    The diarrhea has only just started to slow down with her so in hoping (fingers crossed) that it's going away!!!
    I have no idea of the cause but thought I would tell you that your not alone!!!
    Just keep an eye out for dehydration! My bub was feeding more regularly which didn't worry me in the slightest as its kept her hydrated!!

    Dd is due for her immunisations today so I guess we will see what the doctor says an if she gets them!!


 

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