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Sorry I have not updated I wanted to get things figured out before hand. So I had to have her on both the Acid Reducer medicine and the Nutramigen formula also would put one table spoon of oatmeal cereal in her bed time bottle per her doctors recommendation ... She was doing well with it all my problem which I knew would happen was which one was helping and which one was just there or are they all helping? So I decided to do the ol trial and error first I took her off the medication ... it was horrible she was back to screaming for hours on end ... put her back on it... next I took her off the expensive formula Nutramigen (yes I know switching a bunch isn't the best but if it was not contributing I didn't want to keep buying it for 35$ a can) put her back on Parents Choice Sensitivity ...seemed to be fine day one day two as well and so forth..having her on nutramigen didnt make a difference it was the medicine that was working!
So I am happy to say Lilly is MUCH better! She is still a fuss bucket haha but no where near as bad as she was I will take fussy-ness over screaming in pain any day! My mom bought her a onsie that says "hello my name is Princess Fussy-Pants " suits her quite well!
So glad..was just wondering! The trial and error can be tough, but good for you for figuring out what works and what doesn't. Nutramigen works wonders for some, but it's too expensive (and smelly) to use if it doesn't help.