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    Question Formula for a gassy baby

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    We are having a lot of tummy problems with lil man and I plan on talking to his pedi on monday about a different formula (right now he uses similac advanced) but DD was on regular formula so I don't know if there is some that are better for sensitive tummies or not.



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    Hailey is on Similac Alimentum because she has tummy problems and a protein sensitivity she hasnt had any gas problems since she has been on it the only thing is its about $25.00 for a 16oz can but it is so worth because she has had no problems since being on it.
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    Similac Sensitive is good too! I don't know if you are on WIC or not, but the doctor can write a script for the specialty formulas. I hope she feels better soon.
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    Kaylee gets similac senstive when she gets formula
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    Quote Originally Posted by DianeS View Post
    Hailey is on Similac Alimentum because she has tummy problems and a protein sensitivity she hasnt had any gas problems since she has been on it the only thing is its about $25.00 for a 16oz can but it is so worth because she has had no problems since being on it.
    Hmm.. Maybe I should switch Maddox to that because he's STILL having problems after swtiching to soy..

    And you can get the Alimentum on wic w/ a drs note.
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    You can try enfamil gentlease or the nestle goodstart ones are good too!
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    My daughter was put on Similac Isomil and was on it for about 2 months and recently she was switched to Similac Alimentum but she also had a protein intolerance. I would talk to your Pedi! There are different reasons to put them onto different formulas so ask them before switching.
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    We buy the gentle stuff... we buy generic formula though because we don't get WIC or anything (Sams club).
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    Quote Originally Posted by DianeS View Post
    Hailey is on Similac Alimentum because she has tummy problems and a protein sensitivity she hasnt had any gas problems since she has been on it the only thing is its about $25.00 for a 16oz can but it is so worth because she has had no problems since being on it.
    We had the same issues and they are all gone now because of it. Isn't it so much better once they feel better! UGH I hate paying for the formula but soon well be on wic! Thank God!
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    I use nutramigen lipil wtih my ds, and it is the only that reduces the gas and spitup. the only formula, it is costly but it works really well.
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