Yes it's smelly and yucky and it takes a while to coax them to drink it but both of my babies drank Pepti junior for years. It was the best thing that ever happened to us. We suffered with such severe CMPI for a long time and it was the only thing that they tolerated. Xxx
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23-03-2014 20:22 #11
23-03-2014 20:28 #12
And yes I have 2 super healthy thriving children (3 and 4 yrs now) both outgrown all their allergies. Two months after finally taking Pepti junior they were free of all symptoms... It's not the ideal but it's been a life saver and I'm so grateful prescription formula is avaliable for babies like mine..
23-03-2014 21:46 #13
Thank you all, I am feeling much less anxious about CMPI and its treatment. Hopefully pepti is enough.
Happy to hesr about all your healthy thriving children and completely agree with ripperrita, so good that prescription formula is available. I would have hated for DS to continue to be unhappy.
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26-03-2014 11:08 #14Senior Member
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My little one was diagnosed with CMPI at 4 months by Paeditrician. Prior to this doctor told us it was silent reflux! Being a mum for the first time I wasn't sure although my gut told me it wasn't reflux - funny that.
We are on Pepti Junior too and haven't looked back I have a different baby! We add 3 drops of vanilla ess to each bottle and she drinks fine. Tried first with nothing and that was a disaster! Paeditrician suggested either the vanilla ess or golden syrup.
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16-04-2014 06:18 #16
my ds also had a late diagnosis of cmpi and had a really damaged stomach... he pooed huge amounts of blood and became sensitive to not only dairy but soy, wheat, eggs, gluten and anything with preservatives (all through my breastmilk). it took a long time for him to recover but he did...
He is 4yrs now and super duper healthy. He also outgrew all the allergies/intolerances around 3 yrs and can safely eat chocolate and all normal foods xx
16-04-2014 06:40 #17
16-04-2014 07:45 #18
Don't worry. You actually have caught it pretty early so bubs stomach will recover quickly now his on the right feeds. My ds didn't start prescription formula until he was 7 months (up until then we struggled with bfing and the elimination diet) his stomach was severely damaged and even a trace amount would cause a severe reaction. It was a nightmare. But trust that he will recover, have no long term lasting effects and be a happy, healthy kid. All the best xxxx
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