My 8-month-old daughter has been diagnosed with Noonan Syndrome. What can we do about feeding and what type of formula milk is appropriate?

It would be helpful if you could have a follow-up assessment from a paediatrician. They can monitor the growth. Most children with Noonan Syndrome will have slower growth. There is usually no need to have any special baby feeds, but if there are difficulties getting your child to feed it may be helpful to have some guidance from the paediatrician or a speech therapist.