Answer: Hello dear change the formuka milk brand. Babies can't digest cow's milk as completely or easily as breast milk or formula. Cow's milk contains high concentrations of protein and minerals, which can affect your baby's immature kidneys. Cow's milk doesn't have the right amounts of iron, vitamin C, and other nutrients for infants.
This deficiency is best illustrated by the lack of vitamin E, zinc and iron with cow’s milk being a cause of iron deficiency and even internal bleeding for babies under 12 months old.
The importance of iron in a baby’s life translates into its role of helping the body make red blood cells, a decreased level of red blood cells being known to cause anemia. It’s true that newly born babies have enough iron in their bodies however by 3-4 months of age the iron supply gets depleted, requiring extra iron which needs to be obtained from the baby’s diet. If by any reason the mother is unable to breast-feed her baby, iron-fortified formulas are available on the market to ensure infants get the proper amount that their body needs.
Answer: For 2 month old baby it's a big no for cow milk. In fact you should only breastfeed your little one or in case you wish to supplement then go for formula feed. In fact the best is go for Nan Pro. It has it's share of benefits. It will not let your child feel constipated, and will also gove your baby all the essential nutrients required for the proper growth. Remember one thing your baby is too young and so is the intestine which will digest mother's feed or formula feed as it's light in nature.
Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Hello, my baby girl is 18 days old. With formula milk is it ok to feed her cow milk?
Answer: not at all dear a baby below one year of age should not be fed by cow milk as cow milk is very highly allergic in babies below one year of age it can affect your baby's digestive system
Question: Whenever I give formula feeding to my baby he gets vomiting. Can I give him Cow milk with mixing water???
Answer: Dear it is better to give cow milk at 9 to 12 months of age once baby is eating a variety of iron rich foods atleast twice a day. And the babys digestive tract does not develop fully until 1 year of
Age.if you give before 9 months there will be difficult for infants to digest and increased risk for developing anemia or iron deficiency problems.take care
Question: Is it ok to give cow milk to 3months baby
Answer: If your child is less than one year, the digestive system is not much matures to digest many things and also animal milk, so it should not be given before one year.