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ColiPrev 15ml
ColiPrev 15ml

ColiPrev 15ml

Less crying, more tranquility.

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€17.90
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Description

Coliprev is an enzyme supplement of lactase for infants from birth.

It can be used both in formulas and in cases of breastfeeding.

With Breast Milk:

  • Try to put 3 to 4 tablespoons of breast milk in a previously sterilized container
  • Add 8 drops of Coliprev.
  • Give this preparation to your baby with a sterile teaspoon before starting to breastfeed.
  • Continue breast-feeding as normal.

With Infant Formula (Milk):

  • Carefully prepare the formula according to the manufacturer's instructions.
  • Add 8 drops of Coliprev to the prepared bottle making sure that it is at the recommended temperature and that it is not too hot.
  • Wait for about an hour and stir the mixture occasionally before giving it to your baby, always checking that the milk is at the ideal temperature.
  • Throw away any unused preparation.

Baby meal prepared in time:

  • Carefully prepare the infant form according to the manufacturer's instructions.
  • Add 4 drops of ColiPrev to the warm milk and keep it in the refrigerator for 4 hours.
  • Heat to the ideal temperature and feed the baby.

With ready-to-use liquid formula:

  • In case of heating this type of formule, add 8 drops of coliPrev to the preparation (warm, not hot).
  • Wait about half an hour and stir the mixture occasionally, before giving it to your baby.
  • Throw away any unused preparation.

In exceptional cases, when the baby feels more discomfort, the use of ColiPrev may gradually increase, drop by drop, up to a maximum of 12 drops per meal.

Coliprev should be used whenever you feed your baby during the first 3-4 months of age, when the enzyme lactase begins to be produced in sufficient quantity to act on lactose. After this period, Coliprev should be withdrawn gradually. It is suggested that you start by reducing the indicated dose per meal in half, then switching between meals until you reduce it once a day before removing it completely If during the period when Coliprev is being removed from the infant's feeding, colic persist, it is advisable to return to the initial scheme. With the net quantity of 15mL it is possible to prepare approximately 37 meals.