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MunchkinWrangler 4 kids; Rīga, Latvia 47029 posts
Feb 24th '13
Quoting LEGENDARY JAS ♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting MunchkinWrangler:</b>" Haha. Is that all you have got? Don't ... [snip!] ... You're still quoting me...why? I'm not reading anything you're saying. Stop. Wasting. Your. Time."


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Tisk Tisk Due June 23; TTC since Jan 2014; California 2874 posts
Feb 24th '13

She is gaining weight and growing fine.... I had tried the medication for Acid reflux months ago and after 3 weeks and no change I stopped giving it to her since it was pointless.

human making in progress 2 kids; Port Orchard, Washington 7986 posts
Feb 24th '13
Quoting Tisk Tisk:" She is gaining weight and growing fine.... I had tried the medication for Acid reflux months ago and after 3 weeks and no change I stopped giving it to her since it was pointless. "



if your child is growing healthy then more than likely your child will grow out of it. it may take some time, but will grow out of it. if she can handle small amounts of formula at a time, you may just have to do that until her digestive system is fully grown.
Sorry you have to go through this mama. Unfortunately, there are no quick easy fixes.

Tisk Tisk Due June 23; TTC since Jan 2014; California 2874 posts
Feb 25th '13

I know that the doctor said at her 9 month that she could not have less than 3 bottles a day.... does anyone know the minimum amount of formula? She has 3 six ounce bottles... maybe I should go back down an ounce to see if that helps

human making in progress 2 kids; Port Orchard, Washington 7986 posts
Feb 25th '13
Quoting Tisk Tisk:" I know that the doctor said at her 9 month that she could not have less than 3 bottles a day.... does ... [snip!] ... know the minimum amount of formula? She has 3 six ounce bottles... maybe I should go back down an ounce to see if that helps"

I dont know of a minimum but...
as long as your daughter is growing healthy, go down an ounce or two. you may have to feed one more time a day to make up. it may just be easier to feed small amounts at a time many times through a day then to give larger amounts three times a day.

JulieBarns Due May 7 (girl); 3 kids; Japan 70 posts
Feb 25th '13

Hmmm I don't know the minimum amount, but in my experience using goat milk worked best. My brother-in-law has a home closeby with 10 acres of land and a few goats that supply him with all the milk he needs. When we visited last I asked him for some of the goat milk and it works like a charm! Best of luck to you!
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