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Whole milk making LO gassy?

We are slowly introduced to LO (and her) with whole milk. A month passed, and now we only gave him whole milk with his nightly bottle of half-mixed half-whole milk. It's sooo gaseous lately. It doesn't bother him during the day, but it's terrible at night. He wakes up just screaming until he finally passes the gas and falls asleep. Any ideas how to fix / help with this?
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Try something different, maybe a formula...
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It is very correct that you introduce your child slowly, this reduces the risk of allergies. For example, my child did not have allergies during the first months of life. Then when I was six months old, I gave him a taste of milk and he became very allergic. The whole body was covered with a rash. The doctor told me that the child is still very small and his body does not accept whole milk. After that, for up to a year, I fed the baby only hipp dutch stage 1 and had no allergies. He is now three and no longer allergic to milk.
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It is very correct that you introduce your child slowly, this reduces the risk of allergies. For example, my child did not have allergies during the first months of life. Then when I was six months old, I gave him a taste of milk and he became very allergic. The whole body was covered with a rash. The doctor told me that the child is still very small and his body does not accept whole milk. After that, for up to a year, I fed the baby only hipp dutch stage 1 and had no allergies. He is now three and no longer allergic to milk.
Hipp is a good one.
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