Nutricia is passionate about creating unique formulations that support the growth and development of babies. It’s our ongoing commitment to provide the highest quality products by investing in regular reviews and updates. As a result, we have made some minor recipe changes to Aptamil Gold+ Colic & Constipation.
Rest assured our new formulation continues to assist in the management of infant colic and constipation by managing symptoms while offering nutritional support for your baby.
Transitioning your formula
If you know that your baby is particularly sensitive to change, we recommend that you gradually introduce them to the new product. Rest assured that any slight changes in digestion should be minimal and temporary.
Simply replace one scoop of your current Aptamil Gold+ Colic & Constipation formula with a scoop of the new Aptamil Gold+ Colic & Constipation. Once your baby has adjusted which may happen within a day, you can replace another scoop and then another until you have fully transitioned to the new formula.
Ask our Careline team
If you need support or have any questions about Aptamil Gold+ Colic & Constipation please contact our team of professionals.
Aptamil Gold+ Colic & Constipation is not suitable for general use and should be used under the medical supervision of a healthcare professional.
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