Feeding A Newborn/Infant
Determining what to feed an infant with reflux
can be a frustrating task. Some reports indicate that breastfeeding an
infant with reflux can lessen the negative affects of reflux. However,
breastfeeding is not always an option. As a parent, you have to decide
what method of feeding works best for you - there is no right or wrong
choice. The following links provide more information to help you
determine what method is right for you.
Search the Internet and you will find site after site promoting the
benefits of breastfeeding your infant. Unfortunately,
breastfeeding is not always an option, but if you are able to breastfeed
your child, it may help with your infant's reflux. Check out the
Breastfeeding page for more information on how to breastfeed an infant
with reflux and how it might help your infant's reflux.
There are so many
formulas on the market today. Trying to determine which formula
you need and comparing between brands can be confusing. Check out
the Formula page for more information on the formulas available and
which ones help with infant reflux.
Infant/Toddler with Reflux
Once you overcome the
initial trials of feeding an newborn with reflux, you will soon have to
switch gears and start giving her solids. This can be a scary
transition for a lot of parents. Check out the
Solid Foods page
for more information on how to survive this transition and what foods
are best for an infant or toddler with reflux.
Celiac Disease is a digestive condition
triggered by consumption of the protein gluten, which is found in
certain foods including wheat, barley and rye. Also called celiac sprue,
gluten intolerance and nontropical sprue.
Check out the
Celiac Disease page for
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This website is not intended as medical advice. Please consult your
physician with any questions you may have regarding your child's condition.
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January 21, 2012.
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