Change Of Formula Because Of Allergies?
My son is 4.5 months old. She consumes breastmilk and sufor. I gave lactogen brand sufor from her age from month to month until she was hooked, not allergic to her and the chapter is good. But 2 days ago he suddenly broke down with a milky expression, I happened to be able to drink this 120ml per drink per drink, so I only drank about 30ml per drink. I thought he was still full but until 2hrs he was like that. Finally I felt sorry because I was afraid he was starving. Finally I tried switching to another brand of sufor, I tried 100 ml per drink because I wanted to see if he was allergic or what. I’m not allergic, he’s really good so far. So I changed my GP to this new brand. Sufornya ..
The best source of nutrition for children aged <6 months is breast milk. It is better if you give exclusive breastfeeding for your child, unless there are certain conditions that make you unable to provide breast milk for your child.
Substitution of formula milk can be done if the child does not show allergy symptoms, such as frequent and runny bowel movements, vomiting, bloating, fussiness / refusal to drink milk. All milk brands have their respective advantages.
Make sure to give your child formula milk according to his age so that the nutritional content given is adequate for his age. For children <1 year old, cow's milk is recommended compared to soy milk unless the child shows symptoms of cow's milk allergy. In addition, pay attention to the protein content contained in milk, where whey protein must be higher than casein protein with a ratio of around 60:40.
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