mum claims SMA formula milk 'made her baby violently ill' following change to ingredients

Catt Taylor from Workington wants to ban SMA
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Her baby was sick for over a month, she didn't know what was actually wrong, then, the Doctor asked her to stop the milk immediately. Now she wants the milk banned:

A mum has issued a stark warning to other parents after she claims her baby became violently ill 'due to changes in formula milk'.
Catt Taylor started a petition to ban SMA Pro Formula milk after her baby daughter suffered high temperatures, pain and diarrhoea lasting over a month.
The mother explains that she used SMA Gold From Birth formula and never had an issue - her little girl was happy and healthy - but one day she became violently ill and her symptoms lasted for over a month.
One day her baby's temperature started rising and she put it down to teething, but it quickly became apparent there was something wrong.
Catt, from Workington in Cumbria, explained: "She went to nursery no problems. Within the hour I had nursery rang me in a blind panic I rushed to pick her up. She had became limp, lifeless and had a rocketing temp of 40 degrees." 
After baby Alayah was taken to A&E, she started vomiting and her face became swollen - and doctors had no idea what was wrong.
"She has been so poorly since. With bouts of sickness, diarrhoea, rash, swelling, to name a few! Not to mention not being able to sleep, eat, or even play.

"To see your child like that is heartbreaking."

"Doctors were well and truly stumped, they didn't have a clue why she was still so poorly. They started to test her some more and decided a week ago to test her for gastroenteritis."
The mum now claims these problems started when SMA changed the ingredients on their Pro Formula milk.
Nestle has since responded to these claims in a statement to Mirror Online. Her petition at has received over 12,000 signatures.
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  1. Anonymous4/13/2016

    Pls I prefer d old platform.


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