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I'm a little lost on this one. My 2 1/2 month old baby has had dierrehea for about 3-4 days now...and I've started noticing its usually after each feeding. She is on Nestlé Goodstart formula, and has been since birth. She has had no reaction like this until 3-4days ago....so I am uncertain whether it's a allergic reaction to the formula. She isn't normally gassy either becuz she tends to give good burps after feelings most times after feeds. So I'm lost as to why she is having diarrhea now
I have not changed anything In the last 3-4 days either. The only thing is, she had her first vaccine shot last Friday, which is now 4 days ago. I took her to the doc today, and she said it could possibly be the vaccine, but not sure. And becuz she has no signs of being sick or has a fever, she said to just ride it out. But I'm starting to get worried
any insights would be appreciated. I am hoping it's not an allergy to the formula. She has been on the same formula since birth and had no signs of being allergic. Can a delayed reaction happen, like 2 mths after??
It could be from the vaccine although I never experienced anything like that with Charlie. She could have just caught a bug.
Did the doctor tell you if you should switch formula or not? 2 1/2 months is kind of young but babies can get really gassy and have diarreah when they are teething...
Sorry I couldn't be more help. I would keep a close eye on it and if it doesn't start getting better soon I'd make another trip to the doctor.
Good luck hun and I hope she starts feeling better!