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Milk? Lactose?

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#1 Cocolatte

Posted 25 January 2013 - 04:30 PM

My DD was diagnosed with Clostridium in June last year. I've had her on a delact formula since then, but am wondering about changing to cow's milk.
Does anyone know if cow's milk is irritating to a clostridium belly?
She has been unsettled after a bottle of cow's milk, but is also teething........
Any opinions of formulas or lactose free milks?

#2 30bt

Posted 27 January 2013 - 12:18 PM

Clostridium is a bacteria that should have cleared from her stomach by now- a low lactose formula or milk should make no difference to her! I'd give it a chance by giving her cows milk on cereal etc, cheese, yoghurt. If she gets a funny tummy see your doctor!

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