I have some questions and I am hoping you can help...our son was 6 pounds 14 ounces when he was born and he was 6 pounds 6 ounces when he came home, in 2 weeks he was up to 7 pounds 9 ounces however he was eating Enfamil LIPL with Iron and he was fussy and acted gassy so they changed him to Enfamil Gentlease however in 4 days he was more fussy and spit up a lot however in a week he was up to 8 pounds 8 ounces, we went back to the Dr for a follow up and they wanted to switch him to Nutramigan so we did this (that was on a Sunday), then he had a follow up on the following Thursday and he had not gained anything, well now he is not fussy during the day but still having his colicy time at night and hes not spitting up anymore but since the Gentlease he will only eat 2 - 3 1/2 ounces at a time and its mostly 2-3 ounces and thats every 3 hours during the day and then only every 5 hours at night...now today I changed him twice today and he was not wet at all, a few other times he was really wet...I am really starting to get worried and wishing we had never switched from the original formula as he was eating this and peeing all the time...also I have even tried switching bottles and have tried 4 different kinds but nothing... I am calling his Ped tomorrow but wondering if anyone had any ideas? Thank you!!
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