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mrsalways Sun 07-May-17 09:08:09

Hi,

At around a month old we put our daughter on cow an gate reflux milk as she was constantly being sick once fed. Fast forward four months an all was well while on this but last week we decided to try the normal c&g, as we are going on holiday next week an wanted the ease of premade bottles. On this milk she is back to being sick lots at nearly 5 months old, it can be straight after or an hour later an either really milky or watery. Went to the drs an got some infant gaviscon and this did nothing an she was still as sick. Made another app an the dr said reflux doesn't get worse it gets better, so to keep her on the normal c&g and feed less. We have done this an she's still sick lots 😒😥 going through 20 bibs an about 5 muslims a day. Her weight while on the reflux was good, gaining as she should and shes a really happy baby so it seems all is well but why is she being sick sooooo much. Any one got any lo like this an what did they do?

Thanks,

One fed up of washing mummy

EveryoneTalkAboutPopMusic Sun 07-May-17 17:58:31

Don't know much about reflux sorry, but hopefully this will bump your post smile

sexymuthafunker Sun 07-May-17 18:02:36

Why can't you put her back on the reflux milk?

Cakescakescakes Sun 07-May-17 18:03:00

Why don't you just go back on the reflux milk? My refluxer was bf but didn't really improve until nearly one. He was on medication so didn't cry as much with pain from the acid but he still vomited massively until he was 8 or 9 months and was well onto solids.

Cakescakescakes Sun 07-May-17 18:04:54

Also to add that my first baby vomited all the time. He was what the dr called a 'happy spewer' meaning he was sick but happy and not bothered by it. I had to feed little and often to keep on top of it. DS2 screamed in constant pain for months from the reflux so was a totally different kettle of fish.

DermotOLogical Sun 07-May-17 18:43:51

Go back on the other formula.

mrsalways Mon 08-May-17 09:09:33

Thankyou, I will x

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