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When your little one struggles with spitting up, or has issues with reflux, it is a scary time. We experienced this with our last child, so Enfamil A.R
. wanted me to share my experience with you.
Little man was a great size baby when he was born, and I decided to breastfeed. He was an awesome eater, but each time I fed him he would spit up. There wasn't a feeding he would keep down. I called the doctor and they said it was normal for babies to spit up and to lose a bit of weight, so just keep doing what we were doing. Two weeks after little man was born, we went to the pediatrician for his checkup. He was down two pounds since birth, so they decided to have him go to the hospital for observation.
The doctors wanted to have little man gain weight pretty quick, so they put him on Enfamil A.R
. It was amazing!
. is the #1 selling brand of formula for spit-up-clinically proven to reduce spit up by over 50%
in infants with frequent regurgitation,
while still providing the complete nutrition your baby needs to reach key milestones. Enfamil A. R
. helped our son gain weight and reach important milestones. He still spit up from time to time, which is to be expected, that is what babies do! While a baby's digestive system is developing, it is going through a lot. Each child will have periods of fussiness and irritability with reflux.
If you are concerned about your child's irritability and spit-up you should talk to your physician. A physician can tell important differences between acid reflux, also known as Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) and the much more common uncomplicated reflux, also called Gastroesophageal Reflux (GER).
When children spit up, some parents may choose to add rice cereal to a bottle. Enfamil A.R
. meets the AAP recommendations or reflux management and provides the thickening benefits as rice cereal. With Enfamil A.R
., you have less hassle compared to measuring and adding cereal, as well as balanced nutrition.
If you have more questions, or if you would like to learn more about Enfamil A.R
., visit www.Enfamil.com/AR
. Always be sure to consult your physician before beginning any solutions for your child.
I received product and compensation for this sponsored post written by me on behalf of Mead Johnson Nutrition. All opinions are my own and not those of Mead Johnson Nutrition.