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Try enfamilA+stage 2 and also give warm water 2 tsp frequently.
Stage 2 is above 1yr I think .. please check
No aft 6 mth.
Lactogen also good. I don't think this is because of type of fomula. Give water everyday. Make foods with little thick. Dont feed thick pastes.
Hello to the one posted this question here.
I'm in the same boat.. as soon as we switched from nan pro 1 to nan pro 2..it started. We were also giving a little cerelac. Showed to doc and he suggested to continue on nan 1 then after 15 days switch to lactogen 2. We did the same and as far as we were giving nan 1..it was alright normal poop then again as we started lactogen 2..same hard one..n doc suggested we can also give lactogen 1 and lactogen 2 alternatively. .like he needs feed every 2..3 hrs. .so once formula 1 and another feed formula 2. We jst started giving it frm today.
Please let me know how u got rid of the same .
We are giving him carrot soup n also raising water for fiber.
Please please help me. As we have exactly the same problem.
Hi.... Soak 5 raisins at night and next day morning smash all the raisins by using hand... Filter it and give that raisin water baby.... It relief constipation
Mommies please avoid anti biotics..
First, consider what's normal for your baby. She may have a bowel movement after every feeding, or she may wait a day or more in between. Your baby's individual pattern depends on what she eats and drinks, how active she is, and how quickly she digests food.
If your baby drinks formula or eats solid food, she'll probably have a regular bowel movement at least once a day. If your baby is breastfed, there's no "normal" number or schedule – only what's typical for your baby. It's not unheard of for breastfed babies to have one bowel movement a week.
If your baby is on formula, it's possible that something in his formula is making him constipated. It's not uncommon for the protein component in different formulas to cause constipation. Ask your baby's doctor about switching brands.