Designed for fussiness and gas due to lactose sensitivity
No Artificial Growth Hormones†
#1 infant formula brand chosen by moms* and the #1 brand fed in hospitals (*total US infant formula all outlets as of 3/31/18, Nielsen data)
Features special nutrients also found in breast milk such as DHA, Lutein and Vitamin E
May Contain: Milk
Baby Formula Focus: Immune system support, eye development, brain development
Base Ingredient: Milk
Features: Added prebiotics
State of Readiness: Mix
Store: Room temperature
Package Quantity: 1
Age Stage: Infant
Package type: Individual item multi-serving
Net weight: 29.8
Beverage container material: Paper or cardboard
Item Number (DPCI): 007-09-0448
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Similac Pro-Sensitive with 2'-FL helps support baby's developing immune system by closing multiple gaps in immune function* between formula-fed and breast-fed infants. Unlike other formulas, Similac has 2'-FL HMO**, a prebiotic that circulates throughout the body. Our sensitive formula is designed for fussiness and gas due to lactose sensitivity. Similac is the first and only leading infant formula brand with no artificial growth hormones† (†no significant difference has been shown between milk derived from rbST-treated and non-rbST-treated cows).*As measured in blood samples in a clinical study. **Not from human milk
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This is the only formula that my daughter takes to.
5 out of 5 stars
Abbysmommy - 1 month ago
originally posted on similac.com
We were breastfeeding and this is what we were suplimenting in the hospital and outside at home. This is the only formula my 6 week old can have. We tried another brand but it had her hospitalized due to a bad reaction. We did the transition and during that she had the reaction. I absolutely love this. My only thing is it's not covered by Florida WIC even with a prescription so it's a little pricey to pay all out of pocket. But it's worth it to not see my little one suffer.
We started with pro-advance formula due to that's what she was given during the hospital stay. Started having lots of issues with gas and fussiness so her pediatrician gave us sample cans of this to try. So far we haven't had any relief of the gassiness/fussiness. Her pediatrician has now started her on the pro-total comfort. I'm hoping that will help bc I'm tired of watching my baby be so miserable all the time. It's breaking my heart. It's a great product but I just don't think it was the right match for my daughter.
I received this formula as a sample can in my welcome pack. I started baby on it as a supplement to breastfeeding and she did great. After the can was gone I went to buy more only to find that it’s not available in a small can, only the larger tubs. Since baby is supplementing, she’s only getting 1 bottle a day and since you are supposed to use an open can within 30 days of opening it, a larger can would be a waste for us. I tried to switch baby to the regular sensitive since it has a small can and now she’s having tummy trouble. Very upset it’s not available in a small can.
We started supplementing with formula when I went back to work after my daughter was a few months old. I just can’t seem to get enough milk pumped. We were using Kirkland brand formula for a bit until she started vomiting the entire bottle after every feeding. We tested it out to be sure it was the formula, and that was definitely the issue. Our pediatrician gave us some samples of the Similac Pro-Sensitive and she did amazing on it! She is my third child, but I was so worried about finding the right formula for her. She’s got a couple food allergies now, so I’m sure she has an allergy to something in the other formula. I’m so happy we were able to find something that was so good for her that helped ease our minds!
Tried this due to our 2 month old’s sensitive tummy, however, it immediately caused her to develop a rash around her mouth, chin, and neck. Rash went away about 2 days after switching back to her old formula.
I have a 3 weeks old daughter,Doctor recommended pro advance and I had some pro sensitive at home, started giving her pro advance since my wife wasn’t producing enough milk for her, but every since the gas, crying, and stomach upset is to extreme. I have given her both pro advance and pro sensitive with same results, any advice with other one I should try? Thank you, Thiago