Is it safe to continue using Infant formula past 6 months?

Follow-On formula should be used for infants aged between 6-12 months if not breastfeeding. However, it is not suitable for babies over 12 months as their growing needs change. In this instance, you can move to a Toddler Milk Drink.

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Breast feeding is best for babies. 


Before considering to bottle feed your baby, please seek the advice of your doctor, midwife or healthcare professional. Good maternal nutrition is preferred for breast feeding and the introduction of bottle feeding may lead to a reduction in your own breast milk supply, and may be difficult to reverse once bottle feeding is introduced. Social and financial implications should be considered when selecting a method of feeding for your baby. It is important to follow instructions exactly when preparing bottle fed formulations. Incorrect preparation such as inadequate sterilisation of feeding equipment and not boiling water correctly, may affect the health of your baby. 


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