The Characteristics Do Not Match The Consumption Of Formula Milk?
My child has been wanting to change formula milk for a year, but it’s a different brand, the signs are that it doesn’t work, how come it is diarrhea or there is a break, thanks
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Ideally, children are given breast milk until the age of 2 years or more, with nutritious food (MPASI) added when they are even 6 months old. After the age of 1 year, children are generally adept at consuming variations of family food types, so milk (including breast milk) is no longer a primary source of nutrition. In this condition, supplementation of milk is not mandatory.
However, if for some reason (for example the child is having difficulty eating or the child's weight is less than optimal) you intend to give your child additional milk (including formula milk), then the selection of additional milk should be made on the recommendation of the doctor who checks directly. Therefore, the milk needs of each child may be different depending on general health conditions. Improper administration of milk can cause a variety of health problems, for example:
Indigestion, such as nausea, bloating, colic, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, frequent belching, frequent bowel movements
Nutritional status disorders, such as body weight that is less than optimal
Other symptoms, such as skin rash redness, itching, tightness, and so on
Health problems due to improper milk administration can arise as a result of allergic reactions, intolerance, malabsorption, or even digestive infections (if you do not treat milk or be hygienic). The gap between the appearance of this complaint and the consumption of milk can vary, some are fast, some are slow.
Therefore, we emphasize again, that before deciding to give additional milk, you should first check your child to a doctor or a pediatrician.
I hope this helps.