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    The best lactose free i found was nan and only stopped at 21 months. My daughter is i am my brother is intolerant and my grandma was. Current bub if i need to supplement will go straight to lactose free

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    Yes, just bought Nan LI gold. I was thinking aptamil delact but decided to give Nan a go since some of you have good result with it.

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    Coming to this post a bit late - so apologies

    I was interested in what was said about propping up one end of the cot. They did this in hospital when my wee one was in scn. Is it ok to do this at home from a sids guidance standpoint?

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    The only problem we have is that DS will slide down. If there is a blanket, it can be dangerous. We use sleeping bag so this isn't a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopeful1975 View Post
    Coming to this post a bit late - so apologies

    I was interested in what was said about propping up one end of the cot. They did this in hospital when my wee one was in scn. Is it ok to do this at home from a sids guidance standpoint?

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    Hi yes it's fine to prop up. Place baby at the end of the cot tucked in with blankets. That way they can't slide any further down

    Propping up the cot etc is ideal for reflux babies

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    Default formula related problem?

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    Louise, we've been swaddling the baby and this seems to have helped them settle. If you swaddled, Dod you see any less settling when moving to sleeping bags?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopeful1975 View Post
    Louise, we've been swaddling the baby and this seems to have helped them settle. If you swaddled, Dod you see any less settling when moving to sleeping bags?
    I never swaddled . My boy didn't like it. nothing much settled him sadly. He was a shocker with reflux. Only thing that helped was a lot of time upright

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopeful1975 View Post
    Louise, we've been swaddling the baby and this seems to have helped them settle. If you swaddled, Dod you see any less settling when moving to sleeping bags?
    Some babies cope well with the change - others dont. Usually its a case of try one arm out at a time and see how they go. There is nothing wrong with keeping bubs swaddled for a longer period of time if they need to though.

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    My DS also doesn't like to be swaddled. Ditched it since week 2. He likes his sleeping bag on the other hand. Every baby is different.

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