Providing Formula Milk For Babies Aged 2 Months Who Are Having Diarrhea?
Hello goodnight, I have a child who is only 2 months old, last week my child had diarrhea .. The doctor’s advice to me is LLG nutramigen milk member, then I asked the milk shop that it was expensive, then the milk shop suggested using LLF lactogen because it was affordable … what I want to ask is: Are the contents and functions of the two milk the same ?? And what are the advantages of the two milk … That’s all and thank you Doctor ..
So far there is no product with the name Nutramigen LLG and there is only a product called Nutramigen LGG, therefore I will assume the product is what you intended (please make a question again if it turns out to be inappropriate).
Nutramigen LGG is an extensive hydrolyzed milk product (fully hydrolyzed) while lactogen LLF (low lactose formula) is a formula milk product with a low lactose content. I will not discuss a product specifically, but I will discuss extensive hydrolyzed milk and low-lactose milk.
Extensively hydrolyzed milk is milk that is recommended for milk allergy with varied clinical symptoms (especially mild or moderate), if the consumption of milk does not provide an improvement in complaints, amino acid formula milk can be given. If there are cost constraints or extensive hydrolyzate milk is not available, formula milk containing soy protein isolates can be given, however consumption of this milk still carries the risk of cross-reaction to soy protein allergy in infants.
Low-lactose milk is not recommended milk for cow's milk allergy and therefore you should discuss this with your doctor who checks your child for advice that suits your child's condition and needs. Avoid using dairy products that don't fit your child's condition to prevent complaints from continuing.
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