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When I switch from s26 gold to promil gold my daughter get contipated

Why is it that when I switch from s26 gold to promil gold my daughter get contipated unlike with s26 even shes 3 day vowel interval her stool is good, please help we want promil gold for her
Asked On : Fri, 7 Jan 2011
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WELCOME TO HEALTHCAREMAGIC
BREAST MILK IS THE BEST FOR BABY .IT IS ADVISED NOT GIVEN WATER DURING FIRST 6 MONTHS . ONLY BREAST FEEDING IS RECOMMENDED .
IF BREAST FEEDING NOT POSSIBLE FOR SOME UNAVOIDABLE REASONS SUBSTITUTES GIVEN
PASSING STOOL IN 3 DAYS MAY BE NORMAL FOR YOUR BABY OR IT MAY BE DUE TO UNDER FEEDING .
PLEASE MAKE SURE THE MILK IS PREPARED AS RECOMMENDED AND PROPER4 AMOUNT AND NUMBERS OF FEED ARE FOLLOWED
Answered: Sun, 30 Oct 2011
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its opposite to my baby her poops become watery, and at first she vomits it! what my be the cause of it,, and do you know other alternative for this milk since S-26 gold is her milk plss help me!! im really worried to my baby!
Answered: Wed, 16 Feb 2011
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