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Enfamil Nutramigen Lipil Hypoallergenic Infant Formula, Iron Fortified, Ready-to-Use, Six-1-Quart (Pack of 6)
Easy-to-Digest for Baby's First 12 Months. Do not add water. A blend of DHA & ARA - Nutrients found in breast milk. Contains Hydrolyzed Protein proven effective for colic due to cow?s milk allergy. Lipil is a blend of the nutrients DHA and ARA: DHA and ARA are also naturally found in breast milk and are important building blocks for a baby's brain and eyes. Experts agree on the many benefits of breast milk. If you choose to use infant formula, ask your doctor which Enfamil formula is best for your baby. Enfamil Nutramigen Lipil is a hypoallergenic formula for babies who cry excessively or develop other colic symptoms or rash due to milk protein allergy. It's easy-to-digest, balanced nutrition for baby's first 12 months.88% (5)
Nutramigen 13-Ounce Concentrate Liquid is a hypoallergenic infant formula clinically proven to manage colic due to cow's milk protein allergy, fast--often within 48 hours (studied before the addition of DHA and ARA). For babies who cry excessively or develop colic due to the cow's milk protein in regular infant formula, Nutramigen is an easy-to-digest, balanced alternative for a baby's first 12 months. Lactose free, it has a blend of DHA and ARA to support your baby's brain, eye, and immune system development.
At a Glance:
A hypoallergenic formula with extensively broken-down protein to reduce allergen exposure
Specifically designed to manage colic due to cow's milk protein allergy
Clinically proven* to work fast to effectively manage colic**, often within 48 hours
Nutritionally balanced and lactose free
Developed by Mead Johnson, a leading provider of science-based pediatric nutrition products for over 100 years
Nutramigen is a hypoallergenic formula clinically proven to manage colic.**
For infants with cow's milk protein allergy, its whole proteins are extensively broken down to avoid an allergic response.
An easy-to-digest, balanced alternative for a baby's first 12 months. View larger.
An Enfamil Formula to Help Meet Your Baby's Needs
If your baby's having a hard time with his or her feedings, it's probably because his or her little digestive system is still developing and may need some additional TLC. Fortunately, there's an Enfamil® formula designed to help meet these feeding needs.
For babies with mild feeding concerns like fussiness, gas, or spit up, and for babies who may be experiencing cow's milk and food protein allergies, Enfamil offers a selection of formulas to meet these needs. These formulas are formulated with Enfamil's blend of DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and ARA (arachidonic acid), nutrients found in breast milk that help with the development of a baby's brain, eyes, and immune system. Whatever your baby's feeding need, there's an Enfamil formula to help.
A Specialty Formula for Babies with Milk Protein Allergy
If your baby experiences excessive crying, or appears colicky, this may be due to the regular infant formula they are drinking. Your baby could have an allergy or sensitivity to the cow's milk protein found in that formula. Nutramigen® has been specially designed to ease a baby's allergy towards a cow's milk-based formula, so your baby can grow strong on the outside--and feel good on the inside. Ask your baby's doctor if this formula is right for your baby.
The Story Behind the Allergy
What causes a milk protein allergy or sensitivity? A baby's intestine is naturally immature at birth. As your baby feeds, whole proteins are digested and absorbed into the intestine. But occasionally, larger proteins can slip through the immature intestinal barrier.
In infants with a cow's milk protein allergy, these proteins are misrecognized as a foreign body, or antigen, which leads to an immune response, eventually causing the intestine to become inflamed. Prolonged inflammation allows for an increased transfer of antigens, causing more inflammation and discomfort for a baby.
Effectively Manages Colic**, Fast
Formulas like this one, designed for infants with cow's milk protein allergy, use whole proteins that are extensively broken down to reduce the allergen exposure and avoid an allergic response. A hypoallergenic formula, Nutramigen is clinically proven* to manage colic** fast, often within 48 hours. Nutritionally balanced, it is also lactose-free.
Enfamil: Inspired by Mom
With over a century of innovation behind it, Mead Johnson strives to be the world's leading provider of science-based pediatric nutrition products. They are dedicated to helping provide infants and children with the best start in life.
Over the years, Mead Johnson has produced an impressive array of infant formula, vitamin, and specialty nutritional innovations including Enfamil, their leading product today. With over a century of trust, Enfamil has undergone several significant formulations--each one designed to bring it nutritionally closer to breast milk than it was before.
What's in the Box
Nutramigen 32-Fluid-Ounce Ready-to-Use.
* Studied before the addition of DHA and ARA
** Due to cow's milk protein allergy
Information current as of July, 22 2010.
Mead Johnson is proud to have a full line of infant formulas to meet the needs of babies
For NewbornsFor Most InfantsFor Fussiness and Gas
Enfamil PREMIUM Newborn
Enfamil PREMIUM Infant
For Colic/Allergy*For Spit UpFor Soy Preference
Nutramigen with Enflora LGG
For Most Toddlers
Enfagrow PREMIUM Toddler
For Fussiness and Gas
For Soy Preference
For Older Toddlers
Enfagrow PREMIUM Vanilla
* Due to cow's milk protein allergy
It's been almost a month since Oliver's arrival & I'd be lying if I said it hasn't been a struggle. At one week old Ollie was diagnosed with reflux. Apparently it effects approx. 60% of infants & can cause them severe pain & discomfort. Our first sign of a problem was Oliver's tendency to project his tummy's contents across the room after a hearty meal. He also just seemed plain uncomfortable, which was so heartbreaking to watch :/ His doctor stated it was reflux & he was placed on a special hypoallergenic formula, which seems to have helped somewhat. But Oliver still seems uncomfortable at times, still projects his food across the room & has a host of other problems. While he sleeps wonderfully at night [about 4-5 hours, waking once for a feeding & then back to sleep for another 3], he has issues sleeping for any length of time or restfully in the day & evening. Poor guy also hates to be on his back [it aggrivates the reflux], so he's been sleeping in his car seat at night & elevated & with the use of a sleep positioner in his basinette in the day [when he does take a nap, that is]. After hours upon hours of research, Patrick & I are starting to suspect MSPI [milk/soy protein intolerance]. Reflux is one of the larger symptoms of MSPI & a lot of his other symptoms seem to fit the bill. The next step at this point is either another change in formula, or meds :/ We hate to go that route, but we need to do whatever it takes to ease his pain. I know there are much worse things to deal with than reflux or MSPI...& in every other way Oliver is as healthy as could be & we should & do count our blessings every single day...but we're just tired of seeing Oliver in pain, unable to keep his food down & we're praying for some sort of relief [whether it be meds or otherwise] for our sweet little guy.2 months.
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