Milupa Aptamil Reviews
Product Type: Milupa Aptamil kids equipment
Description:Manufacturers of infant formula and baby milk.
Newest Review: ... before I made the decision both nutritionally and on parents own experience. I came to decision we would go with aptamil ... more
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Customer Milupa Aptamil Reviews (25)
by - written on 31/07/12 (Very useful, 478 readings)
When my babies were born I was unable to breastfeed them properly so they were given formula top ups. As we were in hospital the type of formula used was what they provided, in our case Aptamil first milk which is suitable from birth. One day the support worker changed the brand that the twins were being given and they were both sick after the 2 feeds they had it. We made sure from that point that they were only given Aptamil for top ups and carried on using it when I stopped breast feeding at 9 months. Aptamil offer a wide range of formulas First Milk (From birth) Anti Reflux (From birth to 1) Hungry Milk (helps delay early weaning) Follow ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/12 (Very useful, 1351 readings)
When Jayden was born I knew that I wanted to bottle feed him but didn't really have any idea about what type of formula to use and which ones were best. A few hours after he was born he was moved into the special care baby unit where he stayed for a week, due to low blood sugars he was fed hourly by a tube through his nose using a regular formula milk, when we were taught how to do this we discovered that the milk was a Cow and Gate brand. However after a few days he was moved onto being bottle fed but we found he would be quite sick afterwards, the nurses suggested we try a different formula milk as some brands suit some babies better than others. It was recommended ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/08/10, updated on 16/09/10 (Very useful, 173 readings)
There are plenty of milk formulas out there to choose from when thinking about what may best suit your growing babys needs. One formula we tried during the mid stages was Milupa Aptamil Follow on Milk. Later on we also tried the Growing Up Milk from the same range. Having used a mix of natural feeding, with the occasional formula feed top up, we hoped that the transition would be a smooth as possible, but during that time we did have to try a variety of formulas until we found one that we felt best suited the needs of our child. ********************************************************** Milupa Aptamil Follow on Milk is readily available from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/10 (Very useful, 232 readings)
The reason why I choose this baby formula from the rest is because when my daughter was 4 months old she was in hospital where she had her first bottle and they had given her this formula. The hospital recommended this so its the first thing I bought and never even thought of giving the others a go. For me, i was more familiar with the brands of Cow and Gate and SMA so I was unsure when I had never heard of Milupa but still had confidence from being recommended by nurses in the maternity hospital. The Milupa company was actually set up in Germany in 1921 so they have some expertise to say the least! One box of this formula costs ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/12 (Very useful, 116 readings)
Before having my baby, it was always my intention to breastfeed so I didn't really research much about formula milk. However, during the first few sleepless days (and nights!) with my newborn son, my milk supply was struggling to keep up with his demand (leading to a rather stressful time for us all!). The midwife recommended that I should try using a bit of formula milk to 'top him up' and the formula that she recommended was aptamil - stating that she believed it to be the most similar to breast milk. We bought a carton of powder (priced £8.49) - the aptamil first range. (They also do a hungry baby formula, follow on milk from 6 months of age to support ... Read the complete review
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