Cows Milk-Based Formulas Linked To Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC) In Premature Babies

The chance that you develop NEC for premature babies is greatly increased when using cow's milk-based formulas like Enfamil as well as Similac. However, NEC may be fatal to premature infants in certain instances. In other instances, NEC may necessitate surgery and trigger a variety of health issues, including sepsis (a blood infection).

Infants born prematurely typically require specialized nutrition plans. To take legal action against any harm that has happened to your child you can visit www.necformulalawsuit.com/nec-baby-formula.aspx to know baby formula causing nec information more precisely.

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The most secure diet for premature babies is typically mother's milk or donor milk (milk that is donated by a lactating mother) or non-con's dairy-based supplementation formula. Human milk is easier to digest. 

NEC is a potentially fatal illness that is fatal. As per research reported in Advances in Nutrition, "NEC is a problem that affects 5-12% of low birth weight infants, causing surgical intervention in between 20 and 40 percent of cases and may be fatal in between 25 and 50 percent of instances… The most severe cases may result in the resection of the intestinal tract or even death."

The majority of symptoms of NEC are seen within a few days or weeks. The most evident indicator is bloating or swelling in the abdominal area (abdominal distension) however other indications could include:

  • Vomiting, especially green vomit including bile
  • Diarrhea
  • Bloody or dark stool
  • Constipation, gastric emptying delay, and delayed gastric emptying
  • Trouble eating

A medical malpractice lawsuit could be filed against the doctor(s) or the hospital. There is a possibility of bringing a lawsuit against doctors who administer these products to babies instead of breast milk from the mother or donor human milk or other non-cow's-milk-based formulas.