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    my 1 month old pukes after every feeding
    omgitsababy posted:
    have a 1 month old little boy and after ever feeding he pukes, not spit up but pukes. he could eat 2oz or 4 and he still pukes. Im thinking its the formula, my daughter was lactose intolerant and so was i as a child but hes on a regular formula the docs at the hospital when i had him said he was fine but i feel that he needs to be on a soy formula, what should i do?
    hgreenwood7058 responded:
    I would try soy formula. Chances are he is lactose intolderant like you and sibling. Or talk with the pediatrician and they may recommend something else.

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