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worried abt my baby's diet habit :( NEED HELP MEEEEEEEEEE

By June 12, 2012 - 9:55am
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hi. my 9 month old baby boy has developed prominently bad diet habits... as during in a minor attack of dust-allergy he has already quit breast feed by the age of 6months, now he seems no more intrested in bottle feeding since past two wks ... our GP is helpless 2 guide me in this regard...though i hv already started weaning by introducing semi-solid foods containing soft fruits & vegetable (like banana, potato etc) as well as rice, oat meal & so on like tht......

but still i m very much worried abt lack of his milk intake..... can anyone halp me in this regard....
lemme clarify here, xcept plain water, my baby is not interested in taking any kinda liquid such as formula milk & juices or soups (by any means)....
WHT SHD I DO NOW.....?????? PLZZZZZZZ HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Hi snq,

According to experts cow milk should not be introduce no time before the year.

Here are some tips, experts believe is the best way to change from breastfeeding to formula. Introduce the bottle for one feeding once per day. If breast-feeding, you'll need time to allow your supply to adjust to the formula feedings, and if you try to quit breast-feeding suddenly, your baby may resist and you could become engorged or infected.

Fill the first few bottles with expressed breast milk, so that your baby has the same flavor, even though the nipple texture is different. This can help her get used to the bottle while still keeping some of the old aspects of the breast milk. As she becomes comfortable with the bottle, try mixing bottles that are half breast milk and half formula to slowly ease into the flavor change.

It is still important to have your baby seen by a healthcare provider.



June 13, 2012 - 11:55am

moreover, i cudnt find any helpful paediatrician yet...thts why i m anxiously xpecting a helpful suggestion frm ur community

June 13, 2012 - 8:54am

thanx daisy!
actually there is nothing new in the reading stuff u refer me here.... wht i wanted 2 ask is only
"the way/ways 2 attract my little angel back 2 the liquid milk (either by bottle or the baby feeding mug etc)".....
though i m already giving him a limited amount of formula milk mixed/concealed with baby cereals & oat meals..... but still very much worried abt his "proper milk intake"..... hope i m very much clear now....right?????

June 13, 2012 - 8:51am
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Hi snq,
Welcome to EmpowHER. Every baby is different. Some experts believe, changing a baby from breast feeding to bottle can take time. Sometimes, babies won’t take a bottle from their mothers because of the strong association between mom’s smell and the expectation of breastfeeding -- but they’ll take a bottle from dad or someone else. It's important to find another a pediatrician that will help you in choosing the right source of milk for your baby. Since breastfeeding or formula doesn't work for him anymore.
Here are some resources for you


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