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Do certain foods affect your baby's reflux?

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August 18th, 2006, 07:36 PM
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If you're breastfeeding, are there any foods you've eaten that seem to aggravate the reflux? If you're formula feeding, does your baby seem to do better on a certain type of formula?

My son is sensitive to both milk and soy. While I was breastfeeding, I completely eliminated both from my diet. The reflux improved slightly. Then I was on the elimination diet for six weeks. Again, slight improvement. Then we decided to try Nutramigen and he's doing 100x better on that than he ever did on breastmilk. I was very hesitant to make the switch because everything I had read said reflux babies always do better on breastmilk, but that just wasn't the case for us.

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August 19th, 2006, 10:37 AM
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Christian does much better on the Enfamil AR, which is thickened with rice starch. The starch creates a ball in their tummies which helps to keep the acid down.
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