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06/07/2011
...consider the possibility that Baby E may be reacting to something in my diet. Reflux and terrible skin? But, I shrugged it off. Then came the mucous-filled diapers. I knew from having been down the breast-feeding diaper route before, mucous is an uninvited guest. Seeds, yes. Mucous, no. He also had terrible tummy aches and painful gas. He would often cry and had a hard time settling down. Gas relief drops didn’t seem to help....
A Mother’s Tale: Learning About My Baby’s Milk Allergy
...body to begin healing. At the completion of the 24 hours, we began a slow and steady feeding regimen. That was when we were introduced to Neocate. My daughter’s feedings were small; a half ounce of Neocate every other hour to start. She tolerated it amazingly. No vomiting, no gas, no blood in her stools. She graduated to every hour and before we knew it, she was taking an ounce every hour. Throughout the week...
...Patient History: Braelyn was only three weeks old when she began experiencing the symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). She had terrible gas pains that caused her to constantly cry throughout the day. Her reflux caused her to choke, cough and wheeze in her sleep and several times it got so bad she stopped breathing. In addition, she developed a terrible rash on her face and to stop the itch she would try to...
...doctors said the Similac formula he was on was too strong. “It was a very trying time for my marriage. My husband and I had to take turns sleeping to be able to care for Ramsey. Our other children were suffering because we were giving Ramsey all our time,” says Percida, Ramsey’s mother. Nutritional Management and Outcome: Over the course of three months, Ramsey visited the doctor multiple times, tried gas relief medicines such as...
09/10/2015
...100% of the previous product. Transition times will vary between children. Some may readily accept the new combination while others may require more time. The goal is to move forward with success even if the pace is very gradual. Transitions can impact the digestive system and can be marked by changes in body outputs- stools, gas and spit-up. These might be something new, or changes to existing habits. See our FAQs page and read the...
Patient Perspectives – Teddy’s Feeding Tube Journey of Hope
...piece pajamas all have holes cut into the sides to thread the tube through for night feeding. At the first sign of feeding intolerance, I’m right there with a 60cc syringe to vent out any gas. It is nerve-wracking to know that in an emergency I can’t just grab some food and keep him alive, but I plan carefully to always have some emergency backups of formula and supplies on hand. I have tried to...
...As a newborn baby girl, Abbigail endured sleepless nights as she fussed and squirmed in search of relief. At 10 weeks old she only weighed 8 pounds and struggled to gain weight. No matter what position her father put her in, she was uncomfortable and in pain. Her constant vomiting, gassiness and weight loss was fueled by her food allergies and gastroesophageal reflux; a condition in which food leaks backwards from the stomach into...
04/13/2010
...restore a healthy gut Decrease the incidence of diarrhea, constipation, vomiting and gas The Difference Between Prebiotics & Probiotics: Many people are confused about the difference between prebiotics and probiotics. Probiotics are live strains of beneficial bacteria that increase the number of beneficial bacteria in our guts when we consume them. Prebiotics, on the other hand, are a special type of fiber that support the growth of the beneficial bacteria already present in our guts....
     
 
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