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If you need a second opinion, please get one from another doctor (preferably as soon as possible so that your baby can get the necessary nutrition without delay.) However, since you asked: Yes, you should supplement his feeding with bottles. There's no shame whatsoever in doing this for any reason, let alone to help your baby grow. To continue exclusively ...


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We microwave our infants formula all the time, it's all we use to heat the formula. We always swirl and double-check the temp before feeding. I disagree with the losing nutritional value statement. I don't think that warming milk to 20 degrees celcius is considered "cooking" to anyone. There is a fine line in microwaving time to go from feeding temperature ...


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Babies are often gassy. My 11 month old LO sometimes farts like an adult. I'm certain that at 11 months your girls eat many different things. Each and every one of those could make them gassy. Try to skip the formula for a few days, just feed them normally and give them water or watered juice. They will, most likely, still be gassy. Asking about ...


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One possible cause is dairy allergy or a sensitivity to one of the ingredients in that particular formula. You could certainly try switching the formula to a different type (eg: soy based instead of milk based, or use one of the easy to digest/sensitive varieties where the ingredients are essentially partially pre-digested or broken down more. You could also ...


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First babies shouldn't have diary if at all possible, breast milk is the best. So pump as much as you can and freeze them. I would try a different formula. I think carnation has one for colicky babies and I know there are colic drops, However, I would switch to a soy based or non dairy brand for awhile. There could be several things going on at the same ...


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I looked at one manufacturer's recommendation for storage of their formula products to get this answer. For unopened cans of Similac® infant formulas, most desirable storage temperatures are between 13°C [55°F] and 24°C [75°F], but between 0°C [32°F] and 35°C [95°F] is also acceptable. Storage at extreme temperatures compromises the quality of the ...



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