My daughter was born 3 weeks early and spent 2 weeks in the hospital. She was on neosure for preemies when she was born. She started spitting up and then it went to throwing it up. She has had diarrhea , consistant crying and gas since she was born. They had changed her to soy and she had a reaction to it. The dr then put her on nutragimen. We have to feed her sitting up and she sleeps in her swing at night. If you lay her flat down she screams like she is in pain. Can anybody give me any hints on what to do please. She has a dr appt in Sept with a GI dr. Until then......View Thread
I COMPLETELY understand where you are coming from. My daughter has the same issues and it gets very frustrating cleaning and changing them all the time. My daughter was put on Zantac as well and I saw that it didnt work. She started prevacid yesterday so I'm hoping today to see a difference. She is also on Nutragimen formula so I'm thinking I may have to change her formula to something else.View Thread
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