Insurance Covered Baby Formula Educates Parents: What You Should Know if Baby Has Colic

Insurance Covered Baby Formula, a company dedicated to helping parents get coverage for specialty baby formula, is educating parents on what to know if their baby has colic and what they can do about it.

A baby crying is no surprise. However, it can be disheartening as a parent if their baby is crying for hours on end. A baby having colic is not a pleasant introduction to parenthood for anyone. One in four babies can be affected by colic. Parents can take heart in learning that it is a fairly common condition that is common in babies 6 weeks and younger and usually goes away by the time the baby is 4 months old.

To understand what colic is, there needs to an observation of how often the baby cries for no obvious reason like hunger or any other health conditions. A baby is diagnosed as having colic based on three rules that are the baby cries at least 3 hours a day, the crying episodes occur at least three days a week, and the crying episodes persist for at least three weeks in a row. It is unknown why some babies have colic and there are a few theories as to why. One theory that is gaining the most popularity is that babies might have a milk protein allergy that causes them distress.

It is unknown exactly how to help a baby with colic but switching to a hypoallergenic baby formula is one of the ideas that parents can try. It is theorized that babies might have problems digesting lactose or milk protein. If babies are allergic to dairy, even if they are breastfed, when the mother consumes dairy, she might pass along the protein through the breast milk. If a pediatrician agrees that colic might be caused because of an allergy, they can prescribe a hypoallergenic formula.

The biggest barrier to acquiring hypoallergenic baby formula is the cost as it can be very expensive. It can be useful to be prescribed a formula that is covered by insurance. Insurance Covered Baby Formula provides a service that fits this niche. They work with the parent’s insurance company to get the desired formula covered. They are an in-network provider with most insurance companies and work on the behalf of the parents to ensure their specialty hypoallergenic baby formula is covered.

The company’s website lists the baby formulas that are recommended for babies with colic and covered through them. The items are Nutramigen with Enflora LGG - Hypoallergenic infant formula powder, Similac Alimentum - Hypoallergenic formula for infants with food allergies, PurAmino DHA & ARA by Enfamil - Hypoallergenic amino acid-based formula, Nutramigen with Enflora LGG - Ready to Feed Hypoallergenic infant formula, Similac Alimentum Ready to Feed - Hypoallergenic formula for infants, Abbott EleCare - Amino acid-based powder infant formula with iron, Nutricia Neocate - Hypoallergenic formula with prebiotics and probiotics, Enfamil ProSobee - Soy-based infant formula, Nestle Alfamino - Hypoallergenic free amino acid powder, Pregestimil DHA & ARA - Formula for fat malabsorption problems, TYROS 1 - Iron-fortified infant formula and medical food powder for infants and toddlers, Phenyl-Free 1 - Iron-fortified infant formula and medical food powder, WND 1 - Iron-fortified infant formula and medical food powder for infants and toddlers, OA 1 - Iron-fortified infant formula and medical food powder for infants and toddlers, LMD - Iron-fortified infant formula and medical food powder for children, and adults, BCAD 1 - Iron-fortified infant formula and medical food powder for infants and toddlers, HCY 1 - Iron-fortified infant formula and medical food powder for infants and toddlers, GA - Iron-fortified infant formula and medical food powder for children and adults, and Enfamil EnfaCare NeuroPro - Milk-based, 22 Cal discharge formula for premature babies.

Insurance Covered Baby Formula is a MedSource, LLC Company and is accredited by the Better Business Bureau. For assistance with ordering baby formula through insurance, concerned parents can contact their customer service department at 888-510-5100. There is also a contact form on the website to reach out to them directly. The company also offers insurance programs for breast pumps and supplies.

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For more information about Insurance Covered Baby Formula, contact the company here:

Insurance Covered Baby Formula
888-510-5100
3002 Gill Street
Bloomington, IL 61704

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