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usernameunavailable Tue 06-Feb-18 16:25:19

Has anybody used the HiPP organic anti reflux milk? I've bought some hoping my baby will vomit less. Just wondering if any key has used this with their children

mindutopia Wed 07-Feb-18 11:07:46

We didn't use the anti reflux, but Hipp actually gave mine reflux. I switched purely because I was told it was more gentle (my dd had a lot of constipation early on) and it was organic. But the reflux and projectile vomiting started right away. It was like she was a completely different baby and so uncomfortable. I tried for a week because I didn't quite realise it was the formula that was causing it. But once we did, we switched back straight away and the reflux and vomiting stopped completely and we never had any other issues. So that isn't to say don't use it (it does taste rubbish though and it a pain to make), but if it makes it worse or you see no change, don't hesitate to try something else. We switched to plain old Cow and Gate and never had any more trouble after that.

usernameunavailable Wed 07-Feb-18 12:45:39

Can you use the tommee tippee machine to make it? She's on the normal HiPP organic milk now and she likes it so taste is ok unless anti reflux one tastes different

Smellybears Tue 13-Feb-18 10:49:22

I’ve changed my little one from cow and gate to hipp organic after reading a lot of reviews and speaking to a couple of people that have used the milk. My little one was suffering badly with reflux, was put on gaviscon at 2.5 weeks old (whilst still on cow and gate) but found he was still suffering badly. I gradually changed his milk to hipp and weaned him off the gaviscon and so far so good! Noticed a big difference regarding the reflux, whereas he was in a lot of distress before, he’s fine now! Still a little bit sick but nowhere near as bad. It was projectile with every feed.
I haven’t used the anti reflux but would be interested to hear other people’s experiences with it. smile

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