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Tor1978 Sat 25-Jan-20 17:15:05

Can anyone help me and let me know if they have experienced anything similar. My two month old girl won't take her bottle. We bought a Perfect Prep today and she will drink a little a bit and then not take anymore. She is really happy in herself.

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Sammyxo Sat 25-Jan-20 17:19:32

My baby is the same and has started rejecting his milk! He's has Aptamil and they've recently changed the ingredients.. I think this is why my son has rejected the milk. What formula do you use?

Tor1978 Sat 25-Jan-20 17:29:53

Cow and Gate

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dementedpixie Sat 25-Jan-20 17:35:23

www.cgbabyclub.co.uk/cow-gate-new-formula-changes-explained-2019.html

They have also changed their formula. Does the tub say New Formulation?

Tor1978 Sat 25-Jan-20 18:46:45

She has only known the new formula. She isn't crying for food and is in good spirits. It's just when we try to feed her.

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AutumnGlitterBall Sat 25-Jan-20 19:54:22

Mine goes through funny stages where he takes half a bottle and the rest goes down the drain. Or he wants three oz every two hours instead of six every four hours. No reason for it, just doesn’t seem hungry and then the next day, he goes back to draining the bottle. If they’re still filling their nappies, gaining weight on their centile and don’t seem out of sorts, I wouldn’t worry.

Tor1978 Sat 25-Jan-20 22:10:15

She seems in pain after a few gulps. So stressed.

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JiltedJohnsJulie Sun 26-Jan-20 08:04:07

It might be worth trying a different formula, not Aptamil though as they are made in the same factory. Hipp Organic is usually good for delicate tummies smile

Sammyxo Sun 26-Jan-20 11:42:39

How old is she? Could it be reflux or trapped gas if it's only when you feed her?
Maybe try a different formula that's more specialised for sensitive babies?

Sammyxo Sun 26-Jan-20 11:43:54

Also my little boy did the same when he was younger and I ended switching the bottles to anti colic ones. He was so much easier to feed after that! 🙂

ballsdeep Sun 26-Jan-20 11:53:27

We gave up on the perfect prep as we found the bubbles caused extreme pain for my son. We didn't think it was that good

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