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To me, having a baby can be one of the most rewarding things in the world. We would do just about anything for our babies, especially making sure they are happy and comfortable at all times. One thing that I’ve experienced with my middle child when she was an infant, was occasional constipation that seemed to be very unbearable for her at the time. It wasn’t until my doctor introduced me to a line of Enfamil® products, (I can’t remember the exact name) that she finally started to get relief.
You can see why Enfamil® is a trusted formula for my family but let me introduce you to a new product called Enfamil® Reguline™. If your infant suffers from occasional constipation like my middle child, this may be a very helpful formula. Enfamil® Reguline™ is an everyday infant formula that’s designed specifically to promote soft comfortable stools and to help support digestive health. It has a blend of two prebiotics that help to promote soft stools for your baby. What are prebiotics? Prebiotics are a type of carbohydrate that help to feed the good bacteria in the digestive system and can also be found in breastmilk.
Enfamil® Reguline™ has my vote and in my opinion, is a formula that definitely would have been helpful when my daughter was experiencing her occasional constipation. She would strain for long periods of time and cry because of how much it hurt her. Her stools were dark and hard and I could see how uncomfortable she was. As a mother, I couldn’t help but feel bad and tried just about everything in the book to find her relief. She was a very happy baby otherwise, so I just wanted her to pass stools much easier without the pain that it was causing her. If Enfamil® Reguline™ was available when she was a baby, it’s a formula I would have definitely discussed with her pediatrician.
If your baby is experiencing occasional constipation and you’re interested in more information about Enfamil® Reguline™, visit Reguline.com to learn more. As always, consult your pediatrician before pursuing any potential solution. They will be able to discuss with you the best possible option. If you have more questions about the formula, you can also contact Enfamil at 1-800-BABY123.