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4-Pk 19.8oz Similac Alimentum Hypoallergenic Baby Formula (Food Allergies/Colic) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 4-Pack 19.8oz Similac Alimentum Hypoallergenic Infant Formula for Food Allergies and Colic on sale for $145.92 - 5% Subscribe & Save - Extra 40% off coupon found on product page = $80.25. Shipping is free while Subscribe & Save is available. Thanks NightHound

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 4-Pack 19.8oz Similac Alimentum Hypoallergenic Infant Formula for Food Allergies and Colic on sale for $79.37 > now $80.25 when you 'clip' the 40% off coupon on the product page and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free.

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Great deal! Thank you
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Huge deal. Thanks.
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Just had a baby 4 days ago and he seems to be really gassy with breast milk and Pro Advance Similac. 4 days old. Thinking about trying this. Probably should get a smaller quantity first though 😐
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What are the differences with enfamil?
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Less smell.
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Our doctor had us try both this and Nutramigen after our baby started bleeding rectally from milk sensitivity.

Both seemed to work fine but the Nutramigen sure smells a lot better.
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Excellent deal!!!!
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Wish 20% Amex worked for this . Any one had luck ?
Nvm worked with 20% Amex making $51.06.sweet deal
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My baby girl is drinking regular formula. Can i buy this just for the promo? Will it make her tummy weaker because she doesnt need it? As in i dont want her to be lactose intolerant when she grows up because her tummy is used to sensitive ingredients. If that makes sense
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What are the differences with enfamil?
Enfamil doesn't have added sugars for one.

Also warning some people with formula on Amazon have gotten takes.. I for one won't buy there for formula. It's also not returnable under any circumstances to Amazon so if you get a damaged package etc I have read where they still won't refund.

Buy it local on sale.
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Just had a baby 4 days ago and he seems to be really gassy with breast milk and Pro Advance Similac. 4 days old. Thinking about trying this. Probably should get a smaller quantity first though 😐
My son is 2 months old. We had him on the advance and then the sensitive....save yourself the HORRIBLE headache and your poor baby's tummy and get this! My son was stopped up so bad he would poop once a week, once we switched he now poops once a day. He has really bad reflux though and this one is definitely thinner than both of the others but we switched him to using a PH balanced water and it has been working great so far. This is a really good deal too. The 12oz is normally almost $30 in store.
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What are the differences with enfamil?
There have been studies where enfamil has contained the MOST LEAD in their formula than any other brand
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Our doctor had us try both this and Nutramigen after our baby started bleeding rectally from milk sensitivity.

Both seemed to work fine but the Nutramigen sure smells a lot better.
They say it's not good to switch formulas around on their tummies. My son (who is 5 now) was on nutramigen after 2 weeks old because he would projectile vomit breast milk....he is perfectly fine now with dairy. Almost all the time they grow out of it.
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