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    Default 10 month old wont drink formula.

    My girl is almost 10 months old and for the past few days she won't drink formula during the day! Only 100ml before bed and 240ml around 12am and that's it!
    She's still happy and eats normal. Should I be worried?

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    Doctor told me the other day that as long as baby has plenty of wet nappies, then that's ok. My baby is drinking a similar amount, and eats plenty of solids.

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    As pp said as long as he is eating well and drinking lots of water babies naturally start drinking less up to their first birthday but definitely do not offer cows milk instead of formula before 12 months - it just does not have the required vitamin/mineral/fat content - the latest Australian infant feeding guidelines came out in April confirming no cows milk until at least 12 months
    http://www.nhmrc.gov.au/_files_nhmrc...ne_summary.pdf

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