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    richasrivas79 is offline Registered User
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    Nan Ha

    HI,

    I have recently moved from india to hk. my daughter is 3.5 moths of age. in india i was giving my daughter nan1 and when i came here i found out that nan1 ha is available. i have started giving nan1 ha to my daugher as i had no option. i wanted to find out is nan 1 ha is meant for infants who are meant to have some allergy to cow milk. my daugher has shown no such signs. should i continue using nan ha 1. are there any other subsitues availble. Also she is not taking that much amount of feed as taste of nan ha is not sweet.

    kindly reply at the earliest

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    arismom is offline Registered User
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    Hi.

    When I introduced formula to my little one, we started off on Enfamil which did not sit well with her - it made her severely constipated.

    And because we have allergies in the family, our doctor suggested to switch her over to Nan1 ha which worked much better for her. At the age of 1, she started drinking fresh cows milk with no issues. She is almost 2 now and still drinking fresh cows milk.

    The ha mean hypoallergenic, and from my understanding the doctor said that if you have allergies in your family, it is safer using this as it can prevent or decrease the likelihood of any allergies with the milk.

    Hope this helps.

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    Neha is offline Banned
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    man in india and hk is different but she will get used to it. i think we and also son prefer hk nan

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    Neha is offline Banned
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    nan in india and hk is different but she will get used to it. i think we and also our son prefers hk nan

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    Rodericlaw is offline Registered User
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    As far I knew the only formula to avoid allergic is HA 1 or 2, my son is using HA 2 now

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    mosmom is offline Registered User
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    HA milk tastes a bit bitter - hence your baby may not like the taste as much as other formulas'!

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    Rodericlaw is offline Registered User
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    Agree, but if the baby got allergic, you have to try. If it works for the baby, then why not?

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