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Brandie Dawne Due November 10; 2 kids; Mt Vernon, Ohio 1234 posts
5th Apr '13
Quoting snglemama:" have you researched soy? it is mimics estrogen in the body. Studies show it's not any easier to digest than milk based anyway"

The Dr. put my son on it and his AR went away.

MrsRoo07 Due November 11; 17 kids; Twentynine Palms, California 381 posts
5th Apr '13

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That is adorable.



And I agree. WIC says everywhere that it is SUPPLEMENTAL.

LilMamma51013 1 child; Minnesota 159 posts
5th Apr '13

Ask your doctor to write something out to be able to get Nutramigen its the only thing that worked for my niece she had horrible acid reflux. & WIC accepts it with a doctors note.

snglemama 4 kids; Georgia 11958 posts
5th Apr '13
Quoting Brandie Dawne:" The Dr. put my son on it and his AR went away."


you're ok with your son essentially taking estrogen?

Brandie Dawne Due November 10; 2 kids; Mt Vernon, Ohio 1234 posts
5th Apr '13
Quoting snglemama:" you're ok with your son essentially taking estrogen?"


I did not know that and he has been off it for two years now.

loving little luna 1 child; Stavanger, Norway 835 posts
5th Apr '13
Quoting snglemama:" I find it hilarious when everyone b***hes about WIC not making it easy to get the free stuff of their choice."

i think if every mom could just waltz in and get whatever formula they wanted, more women would try to do it lol



i never understood why women who can't afford living expenses choose to have a baby...

Myown7thHeaven 39 kids; Quincy, Illinois 451 posts
5th Apr '13

I was on wic a long time ago - with my oldest son - he had to be on similac but wic approved the dr.s note. I was very greatful wic was available when I needed it and was there. Sorry you are having an issue. I'm just blessed that we don't need wic anymore cause they at times drove me crazy.

Chelsey Lee 1 child; New York 441 posts
5th Apr '13
Quoting snglemama:" sorry.. but it's not WIC's fault you cannot afford your baby. talk to your doctor about zantac. Reflux ... [snip!] ... breast milk, look into meds. your medical assistance should cover the meds, then you can feed the WIC approved formula"


I NEVER said it was wics fault and I can afford my baby but formula is expensive and I am only allowed 20 bucks on foodstamps. And I just talked to his pedi and they said they will perscribe him a probiotic and to mix his formula w/ the enfamil and just continue until he adjusts to it.

user banned 2 kids; Georgia 24891 posts
5th Apr '13
Quoting Chelsey Lee:" I NEVER said it was wics fault and I can afford my baby but formula is expensive and I am only allowed ... [snip!] ... they said they will perscribe him a probiotic and to mix his formula w/ the enfamil and just continue until he adjusts to it."


feeding is part of having a baby, SMH. If you can not afford to feed the child, you are not affording the baby.

Chelsey Lee 1 child; New York 441 posts
5th Apr '13

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HUgabearrr Japan 426 posts
5th Apr '13


sorry redo...i saw your recent post. and btw acid reflux IS a disease

Chelsey Lee 1 child; New York 441 posts
5th Apr '13

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user banned 2 kids; Georgia 24891 posts
5th Apr '13
Quoting Chelsey Lee:" I was not about to have an abortion. I love my child very much but unforunately I was hurt at work and ... [snip!] ... entire life, and I never meant to have a child but I did and I wont let him suffer because life fuckin happens. SImple minded."


if you can't afford to feed him, he suffers.

HUgabearrr Japan 426 posts
5th Apr '13
Quoting Brandie Dawne:" The Dr. put my son on it and his AR went away."


on soy? i was told by my son's gi do that soy and nutramigen are only for babies with milk protein allergies.

Chelsey Lee 1 child; New York 441 posts
5th Apr '13

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