What is anti-regurgitation milk?
Among the vast variety of infant formulas, you will find anti-regurgitation milk. What is it used for? When to give it to your child?
- Regurgitation problems affect about 1 in 3 babies, so manufacturers have developed a special type of formula to reduce gastroesophageal reflux in infants.
- This milk has a thickened formula based on starch or flour.
- Anti-regurgitation milk is also called anti-reflux (AR) milk or comfort milk and is available in pharmacies and supermarkets.
- Ask your pediatrician for advice on which type of milk is right for your child.