I have a lactose intolerance. This is not unusual. It is by some accounts, globally the most commonly inherited genetic condition. Despite this, the medical community prefers not to engage with lactose intolerance as an issue, since it lies outside the disease model of treatment they prefer to follow. When my baby boy started to drink less and less milk at 1 month, projectile vomited, and cried more and more, I suspected lactose. The doctors offered us strong drugs for reflux, but ignored my concerns about possible lactose intolerance. Instead of the hospital's strong drugs, we moved to the C&G Comfort feed baby milk, which has 40% of the normal lactose levels. We found baby needed 10ml more water with the Comfort feed to head off constipation, and thereafter feeding intake resumed back to normal levels, projectile vomited decreased, and the excess crying stopped. At 5 months, we again hit the same issue, less and less daily milk intake, more and more crying. Again, the medical community were unwilling to offer practical help, saying it is normal to have feeding problems and for babies to cry. So we started adding Colief to the Comfort feed, and again feeding intake resumed back to normal levels, and the excess crying stopped. In this case, the excess crying was not normal, it was the way our baby was expressing his physical discomfort to us. Adding 4 drops of a simple enzyme to our babies milk, half an hour before feeding, has saved us and our baby from a second feeding crisis, and kept us out of hospital. This product is truly excellent, and because it is a naturally occurring enzyme and not a drug, you can buy it from from Amazon without prescription.