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Begin the transition by giving your baby ¾ of the old formula and ¼ of the new formula. Feed your baby this mixture for one day. Then, try half of the old formula with half of the new formula and feed your baby this mixture for one day.
You can't make a straight switch from regular formula to specialty formula. There's no need to gradually mix in a new formula with your baby's current formula for a successful transition! Both regular and specialty formulas have the nutrients babies need to support their growth and development.
In most cases, it's fine to change formulas provided you stick with the same type. For instance, the ingredients in all cows' milk-based, iron-fortified infant formulas (recommend for most babies) are essentially the same. You may be worried that switching formulas will upset your baby's stomach, but that's unlikely.
Some babies will adjust fine to formula change. Others might take two weeks and some up to 6 weeks.
Enfamil formula is made using palm olein oil. Similac does not. They also claim that their new, improved formula has fewer bubbles and therefore makes babies less gassy. Finally, Similac claim that switching to Similac Isomil Advance will reduce fussiness, gas and spit-up in most babies in about 3 days.
There is no harm that is done to the baby, however, from switching among the various formula types. If there is concern about lactose intolerance or milk allergy, then switching back and forth amongst the various formulas would not be a good idea. Infants who have lactose intolerance often move to a soy-based formula.
The taste may vary slightly and your baby may balk when you switch, but you won't harm her by changing brands. Likewise, if your baby is on a pediatrician-recommended soy-based, iron-fortified formula, switching to a different brand of soy-based, iron-fortified formula won't harm her.
1 Switching between formula brands is not a problem, even though many parents wonder if doing so may cause fussiness or stool changes in their baby. In fact, you can even mix different brands of the same type of formula together if you feel that your baby responds better to a mixture of one brand with another.
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