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10 questions from our users

Mariam N.

Mariam N.asked

NAN Supreme 1

I get confused with all the many NAN brands on market I can’t understand the difference,I would like to continue giving my twins NaN but I don’t know which one is better than the other,they were born prematurely but now they are 3months old,please help a confused mother.i am currently giving them NAN Sensilac 1.

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Julie E.

Julie E.asked

NAN Supreme 1

Where in Bendigo to can we buy it victoria

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Rhiannon

Rhiannonasked

NAN Supreme

It's been a few years since I've used but is Nan supreme the new nan ha gold. The packaging is the same and I liked it. It worked for my babies from birth and I'll be formula feeding my next one that I'm pregnant with

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Nenita

Nenitaasked

NAN Supreme 3

Is it ok for my granddaughter to have 4 servings of 210mls everyday of NaN Supreme 3?

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Anou

Anouasked

NAN Supreme

i cannot find the difference between Nan supreme and nan comfort anywhere? the website has nan supreme vs nan optipro. Bub has started nan supreme 1 and is constipated(small tear in bum and pooping every 4 days).

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Jessica61
Jessica61

I would like to know the answer to this too...

Jayde

Jaydeasked

NAN Supreme 4 Toddler

Are you able to use NAN supreme 4 on a 1 month old baby? A family member had brought the wrong formula and I am unable to take it back to the shops as it didn’t come with a receipt.

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Claire F.
Claire F.

My husband bought the wrong tin and lost the receipt. As long as you haven't opened the product and it is in date they should exchange for you.... if not I would put it aside for when your little one is older to use

Sarah L

Sarah Lasked

NAN Supreme 1

I feel slightly confused about your recent rebrand. We were using the NAN opti pro Hd Gold and now it seems to be rebranded to Just NaN opti pro??? Should I swap to NaN supreme gold to insure my 3 month old is still getting enough nutrition? Why have done this?

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Chrystal

Chrystalasked

NAN Supreme 1

I have a two month old baby. I have changed from Nan Optipro to NAN Optipro HA due to baby having a lot of gas and was wringling alot during feed. Being a first time mum.. I have explained this situation to different pharmacists and they suggested that I change to NAN Optipro HA. From the time I changed to NAN Optipro HA- my baby has been passing dark green runny like poo and it stinks awfully when she passes gas. I did not have such problems with NAN Optipro that I was initially using. Can I go back to NAN Optipro? Would it affect my baby if I change again?

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Ashley
Ashley

First I would like to mention it is always a good idea to talk to your maternal nurse. I’m pretty sure it takes about 7 days for babies to get used to the new formula. If your child has a problem with gas you could always try infants friend or gripe water- I used with both my children. They probably changed formula because I believe the iron is lower and iron is what makes the gas. Maybe just try gripe water and if that doesn’t work you can always go back to other formula. However, I would like to say that dark green poo is pretty normal for a formula fed baby as long as it’s not like really running or blood in it.

I hope that helps again it’s important to talk to your maternal health nurse.
All the best :)

Nikki

Nikkiasked

NAN Supreme 2

Can i give nan optipro 2 for 17 month old?

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lucysredshoes

lucysredshoesasked

NAN Supreme 1

I have just started alternating from nan ha gold 1 to nan optipro ha gold 1 as recommended due to this replacing the original nan. My 18 day old baby has been windy and unsettled since and has gone from happily sleeping 4 hours to waking in pain every hour 1/2.
Anyone else found this? Should I try the nan comfort?

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Larisa
Larisa

Yes i would definitely try nah comfort. I gave my 2 week old Nan Comfort as he had bad colic and found nan comfort was the best for him.

Food Lover
Food Lover

Are you giving your baby 'Infacol' directly prior each feed?

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