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3-Count 36oz Similac Pro-Advance Non-GMO Infant Formula w/ Iron EXPIRED

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Purchased these deals multiple times and never had issues with packaging being damaged/poor formula. Be aware of the expiration dates though AND don't use the same canister of formula for more than 3-4 weeks. This isn't one of of those food products where you can disregard the expiration date as a casual/lol-worthy suggestion.

Also having called them a few times with questions I can recommend their customer service as being helpful.
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What's difference between pro-advance and pro-sensitive? Which one is better for baby who spits up a lot?
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Thank you for your interest in Abbott Nutrition. We're happy to answer questions about our products and services.Just give us a call at 1-800-515-7677, Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 5 PM, EST/EDT. Or you can send us your question online.Please note that we cannot provide answers to personal medical questions; for these, you should contact your physician. Also note that this system is not designed to respond to product complaints. For any product performance issues, please call us directly at 1-800-850-7677.

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Extremely rare case...you have no idea what you are talking about.
Did you even read one result from a search for an objective answer? Here's one good resource: https://www.llli.org/how-often-do...ally-fail/

"It is important to distinguish the difference between choice and capacity: to be clear that, given enough up-to-date information and skilled assistance when they need it, 99.9% of new mothers will provide enough milk for their babies. At the same time it is vital to afford sensitive care to the tiny number of individual mothers who are physically unable to breastfeed."
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I have purchased this before and din't find any mold or other issues. Baby didn't throw up and it looks like it was similac (I also buy it from Costco since its cheaper unless its on deal on Amazon).
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Got an extra 15% for having 5 items on my s&s. Brought it down to $58!
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I have 7 month old twins and have been taking advantage of this 40% off and 15% ss deal every time it was available. I've never had any issues.
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This is not the same quality as the store's or sam's club looks and smells different.. caused eczema and discomfort to my sun.. called amazon and the did a refund.
How do you know the formula gave your son eczema?
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I've tried researching a bit, but still unclear how this one differs from regular similac, ie not the "pro". Is it simply added probiotics? My son uses regular Similac Sensitive currently but if that's the only difference, maybe worth trying this instead. Any parents here able to help?
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We have a 3 week old and supplement with formula since my wife can't produce enough breast milk. (Some comments on here are idiotic) After using the trials we got from the hospital, we found our baby does best on Similac sensitive with Dr Brown's bottles. Glad deals like this come by often and we plan on taking advantage of it monthly.
I don't think it will last forever. Abbot changed the formulation for the Pro line and these can ones are the old formula. The plastic tubs have a new formula that has less water in it (among other slight differences) and is 5oz per 100 cal not 5.3oz.
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Extremely rare case...you have no idea what you are talking about.
Did you/your wife nurse every 1.5-2hr immediately followed by a 20 min pumping session for the first 6-8 wks? Which means that during that time she slept 45min at a time? Around the clock? Paid $100 bucks/mo to rent hospital-grade pump? Because that's what it takes to establish good milk supply, which is 35-40oz/day, more than any baby would drink. I bet though, that you're like my family who thinks it's not "normal" that I still pump milk at 17 months 6x 30min, including 2am session, when I have to get up to work at 6am, while the baby has been sleeping thru the night since he was 12 wks old. My baby was a lazy sucker and wouldn't take breast btw. And yeah, I get this is not the place for such comments but I think people assume bf is gonna be easy and they quit too quickly. Just my 2 cents.
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How this one (pro-advanced) compare to earth best organic formula? My 4 month old son spits up a lot and looking for right formula.
I now supplement bf with formula from time to time for a 17mo old. If you want something really good get Holle goat, Holle cow milk, or Lebenswert. They have a version for babies with reflux. I order thru organicbabyfood24, ships directly from germany. Shipping costs more than the formula itself but the formula is better than anything sold in the U.S. I breastfed exclusively for over a year so I haven't tried the early versions, but moms say babies tolerate it very well. My toddler likes Holle so much he refuses pumped breastmilk now.
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What's difference between pro-advance and pro-sensitive? Which one is better for baby who spits up a lot?
sensitive is for babies who are lactose intolerant. but looking at the ingredients, the very first one listed for the pro-sensitive is corn syrup 🙈, so if unless your baby has trouble with lactose, i would stick to the pro-advance!
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I have bought these two times already and never had any problems. Seems to be the same as the similac I buy at Walmart just different containers
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How do you guys keep getting the deal. I got it once and it keeps showing regular price after that first time.
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I've been ordering this pro advance for the past year for my son and I'm finally done buying it! Never had any issues. I would cancel subscribe and save once it shipped then make another order when the discount came back up. There was only two months the discount wasn't available but luckily I had stocked up. Years ago I bought pro advance on amazon for my daughter and it was a consistent 110$ a month so this deal was great.
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