4.8
6 reviews
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up & up Infant Formula Sensitivity

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up & up Infant Formula Sensitivity
 
4.8

(based on 6 reviews)

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5.0

The best formula Up&Up for a great price

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from Barnegat, NJ

Comments about up & up Infant Formula Sensitivity:

I absolutely love this formula. My daughter loved it too. She never had any digestion problems with this formula. It was easy to make. This formula is great for babies that have a sensitive tummy. My daughter was never gassy on this formula and she didn't have a problem having a bm.

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

up & up Lactose Sensitivity Baby Formula helped my baby.

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from Camp Lejeune, NC

Comments about up & up Infant Formula Sensitivity:

My 11-month old had the flu and then had diarrhea for almost a week afterwards. His pediatrician said that the virus left him lactose-intolerant (which can be temporary or permanent, we'll have to see) and that I needed to buy him a lactose-free formula in the meantime. I've been using this formula since then and there are things I like about it and things I don't.

One thing I like about **up & up Lactose Sensitivity Infant Formula** is that it fixed my baby's diarrhea problem. After using for several days, it thickened up his stool and his diaper explosions were gone. However, I must say that it thickened up his stool a little too much. At times, he had the opposite problem and experienced constipation and hard stools. I do think not having diarrhea is the better option though.

The pediatrician did say that there is a chance this lactose-intolerance could be permanent, but I'm hoping it passes. But if you do have a baby that experiences lactose-intolerance, whether it's permanent or temporary, it's good to know that there is a formula out there to help. By the way, this up & up Lactose Sensitivity Formula is the generic of Similac Sensitive, but way cheaper.

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great product

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from Lithia Springs, GA

Comments about up & up Infant Formula Sensitivity:

My son was unable to breastfeed so when we moved to formula we decided to try Simulac. We quickly realized something was not working well. We spoke with the Ped who suggested we try lactaid free since I was lactose sensitive. We tried both the simulac and up and up brand version and my son does much better on the up and up brand. We have less spit up and gas. I think it partially because it is "less bubbly" then Simulac when you mix it. Also, it has a great price! Cannot beat that.

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5.0

saved our lives..... and wallet!!!

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from Stockton, CA

Comments about up & up Infant Formula Sensitivity:

omg.... let me first say that we've been through formula hell and back!!! I'm just glad we made it back!

When my daughter wa first born I breastfed for the first 6 weeks but she would have bad diarrhea, even if I watched my diet so we decided to supplement with formula... We've tried similac milk based and it made her throw up, then tried enfamil soy, nutramigen, then went to good start... the soy would give her real bad gas and made her real constipated... both the nutramigen and good start were good but she had a real bad case of diarrhea again. I believe the formula was just too broken down for her that she had nothing left to digest... then I wonder if perhaps she was lactose intolerant... It was hard to tell because a lot of research shows that only a small percent of kids are actually born like that but since both her Dad and I have symptoms whenever drinking milk or dairy I decided to give the new formula a shot... Come to find out there are only two lactose free mill based formulas out there.. up & up or similac's sensitive... Well, I went out and bought a can and ever since then we had ourselves a brand new baby!!! thank you Jesus... oh, and I love that on the can it compare the contents to similac. if it wasn't for that I'd probably be spending an arm and a leg..

(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

High quality and budget friendly

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from Philadelphia, PA

Comments about up & up Infant Formula Sensitivity:

My daughter was primarily breast fed up until I became ill with pnemonia. Having said that we needed to find a formula to supplement the lack of breastmilk that she was obtaining. Well, we went through the gammit! We nearly tried every formula out there. Enfamil, Earth's Best, Parent's Choice, Nestle's Good Start, soy based, milk based, partially hygrogenated. The list goes on. None of them settled in her stomach and she began to become thinner and colicy. That was until I asked the Dr. to test for lactose intolerance, which he did, which I was correct. Away to target we went to buy the Up & Up brand for lactose intolerance, which is the pink line of formula. My daughter was a completely different infant from that point on. Her "movements" were more frequent ( as she was horribly constipated ), she had less gas, didn't once vomit, and actually begged for the formula instead of crying and turning it away.

 
5.0

Great bargain

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from New Orleans, LA

Comments about up & up Infant Formula Sensitivity:

We recently had to switch formulas after a recall of the brand we previously used.  At first I was very unhappy about having to switch, but now think it was a blessing in disguise.  My baby has been on the Up and Up for a little over a month and it has been great.  Not only has it helped his colic, but the price is so much better.

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