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Did you know that more than 50% of all babies experience some kind of baby feeding issue in their first year? Take our feeding issues quiz and learn more about colic, constipation & reflux.

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You have completed the quiz. If you want to learn more about tummy troubles or understand why your baby may be unsettled please read the articles below.


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Are you wondering why your baby is crying? Could it be colic? Constipation? Does your baby bring up feed? Want to read more?

If you have any concerns or are unsure, speak to your healthcare professional or the SMA Careline for advice

IMPORTANT NOTICE: The best way to feed a baby is to breastfeed, as breast milk provides the ideal balanced diet and protection against illness for your baby and also has many non-nutritional benefits for both baby and mother. We recommend that you speak to your healthcare professional when deciding on your choice of feeding your baby. Professional guidance should also be sought on the preparation for and maintenance of breastfeeding. If you do choose to breastfeed, it's important to eat a healthy, balanced diet. Infant formula is intended to replace breast milk when mothers choose not to breastfeed or if for some reason they are unable to do so. A decision not to breastfeed, or to introduce partial bottle-feeding, will reduce the supply of breast milk. If for any reason you choose not to breastfeed, do remember that such a decision can be difficult to reverse. Using infant formula also has social and financial implications which must be considered. Infant formula should always be prepared, used and stored as instructed on the label, in order to avoid risks to a baby’s health.


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The World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months of life. SMA® Nutrition fully supports this and continued breastfeeding, along with the introduction of complementary foods as advised by your healthcare professional.