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  • For cow's milk allergy and colic*
  • For cow's milk allergy and colic*
  • For cow's milk allergy and colic*
  • For cow's milk allergy and colic*
  • For cow's milk allergy and colic*
  • For cow's milk allergy and colic*
  • For cow's milk allergy and colic*
  • For cow's milk allergy and colic*
  • For cow's milk allergy and colic*
  • For cow's milk allergy and colic*
  • For cow's milk allergy and colic*
  • For cow's milk allergy and colic*
  • For cow's milk allergy and colic*
  • For cow's milk allergy and colic*

  • For cow's milk allergy and colic*

Online sales from Enfamil.com are temporarily suspended. Please visit your preferred retailer during this time. More Information

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Nutramigen with Enflora LGG Powder Infant Formula

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Overview

Nutramigen LGG Infant Formula

Nutramigen LGG Infant Formula is a hypoallergenic formula clinically shown to manage colic due to cow's milk protein allergy fast, in as quickly as 48 hours.*

Get our Nutramigen with Enflora LGG Powder Baby Formula Powder in the perfect size to fit your needs. Shop this Baby Formula in 27.8 oz, 19.8 oz and 12.6 oz cans. You can also purchase Nutramigen with Enflora LGG Powder Baby Formula Powder in a Super Saver Pack and case of 4 or case of 6.

Our Nutramigen LGG Infant formula is a hypoallergenic formula designed to provide the nutrition your growing baby needs for healthy development, while helping to provide relief from colic due to cow’s milk allergy. If your otherwise healthy baby is crying for more than three hours a day, at least three times per week for 3 weeks in a row, it could be colic due to cow’s milk allergy. The only way to know if your baby has colic is to visit your baby’s doctor for proper identification. Babies with cow’s milk protein allergy also have a higher probability of experiencing other allergies such as asthma or eczema. Nutramigen LGG can help reduce incidence of future allergy challenges, while still providing nutrition they need for healthy development.

 

Learn more about Enfamil support programs that can help offset the costs of your baby's formula here

 

*Studied before the addition of DHA, ARA or LGG

+Asthma, eczema, rhinoconjunctivitis, and urticaria at 3 years compared to Nutramigen without LGG. Feeding began at 4 months of age or older in the study (ref#2)

**Vs Nutramigen without LGG®.

Clinically shown to reduce colic due to cow’s milk allergy within 48 hrs.*
#1 Pediatrician Recommended Formula Brand for Cow's Milk Allergy
Helps reduce the incidence of future allergies+
Helps more babies overcome cow's milk allergy and return to consuming regular milk in as soon as 6 months of feeding**
Hypoallergenic— made with extensively hydrolyze proteins that are less likely to trigger an allergic response
Lactose-free – suitable for babies with lactose intolerance
Has DHA and ARA, nutrients found in breast milk that support baby’s brain and eye development

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Nutramigen with Enflora LGG Powder Infant Formula

 

Online sales from Enfamil.com are temporarily suspended, in order to meet the needs of the orders we have already received.

We understand how stressful this is for parents, and fully understand the importance of our role providing the single source of nutrition for many babies. Since the recall by another manufacturer, resources have been added to address the need but unfortunately, the wave of online orders is significant.

For parents who would like to continue to purchase online:

  • If you continue to look for online availability through other channels, be sure to buy from a reputable source. Be wary of purchasing from individuals and not corporations.

For parents who prefer to shop at retail outlets (Walmart, Target, CVS, Walgreens, etc):

  • Start with our Enfamil.com store locator to search online and in-store availability
  • Ask your local store managers what days they expect to receive new shipments
  • Try both big box stores and smaller grocery stores you may not normally shop at
  • Check with pediatricians for available samples or promotions, as well as alternatives to your current product. 
  • Be open to different sizes or formats of the brand you normally buy

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