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Inspired by over 120 years of NUTRICIA's expertise in early life science, and 40 years of pioneering research, our team had developed Aptamil® (r) Anti-Reflux; nutritionally complete* and combining our blend of ingredients with our unique process to develop a formulation specifically designed for babies with frequent reflux and regurgitation. If you think your baby has frequent reflux and regurgitation speak to your healthcare professional for advice.
How it works
Aptamil® Anti-Reflux is formulated with carob bean gum, which thickens the formula, helping the feed stay down.
*It is nutritionally complete, suitable as the sole source of nutrition from birth to 6 months and as part of a weaning diet from 6 months to 1 year.
What are reflux and regurgitation?
Reflux occurs when the contents of the stomach move back into the oesophagus after feeding. Regurgitation (or posseting) means the stomach contents come up into your baby’s mouth.
If you think your baby has reflux, speak to your health visitor or pharmacist for advice.
Questions about feeding and nutrition?
Our midwives, nutritionists and feeding advisors are always on hand to talk about feeding your baby. So if you have a question, just get in touch.
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Breastfeeding is best for babies. Aptamil® Anti-Reflux is a food for special medical purposes for the dietary management of frequent reflux and regurgitation. It should only be used under medical supervision, after full consideration of the feeding options available including breastfeeding. Suitable for use as the sole source of nutrition for infants from birth, and as part of a balanced diet from 6-12 months. This product should not be used in combination with antacids or other thickeners and is not suitable for premature infants. For enteral use only.
When bottle-feeding do not allow prolonged or frequent contact of milk feeds with your baby’s teeth as this increases the risk of tooth decay. Ask your healthcare professional or dentist for advice. Make sure your baby’s teeth are cleaned after the last feed at night.