Babies Drink Milk Not According To Their Age?
good morning doc, I want to consult this doc.doc like my child is only 9 months old for more than 10 days, but drinking milk is not as old as my child drinking milk aged 1+ is it okay to take it and I am afraid of his health please explain the dock ??
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Formula milk is available in various types of product brands and is also available in various parts of the child's growing age. So that in the market, milk products will be found in the form of milk products for children 0-6 months, 6-12 months, or more than 12 months.
In general, milk contains nutrients that are almost the same between age groups, consisting of carbohydrates, proteins, fats, minerals and vitamins. However, in certain age groups there are differences in the type of protein in it, such as in baby underfloor under 6 months selected for milk with protein content that is easily digested. In children over 1 year there are additional nutrients for brain growth that may have higher needs. So, by choosing milk powder according to age, it is hoped that the baby will get nutrients that fit his needs and do not interfere with digestion.
Regarding your question, in general, if your baby is 9 months old, then you should give milk powder according to his age, this is to adjust your baby's nutritional needs for the milk consumed. However, if your baby consumes milk for more than 12 months (usually there are additional flavors, so that it can differ from 6-12 months milk), and no accompanying complaints are found in the form of difficult or hard bowel movements, or complaints of bloating in the baby's stomach, then it is likely that this 1+ milk does not cause interference with your baby.
However, in the future, it is still advisable to re-use milk powder according to his age and 1 + milk can be stored, thereby reducing the risk of complaints that may occur.
And if you need more detailed information related to the use of this milk powder, you should consult directly with your pediatrician, so that the doctor can conduct an evaluation and provide the best recommendations for your baby.
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