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    F-ed if I know, but its ridiculous!
    Once I worked out what DS's problem was he was fine... once it was pointed out that DD was heading down the same track, no more dairy = no more back arching and screaming. Minor miracle? Coincidence?
    Ah no.

    It was never pointed out to me by the paed, never by the ECN, never by the GP. I worked it out by myself with DS.
    DD is almost 7 months (hear that Ally Almost 7, whole, months *sob*) and she can't tolerate any CMP at all, even through BM :/ Puke City

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    I found most parents go to their GP, GPO fobs them off & they dont take it any further. They dont push to find out why etc.

    There was a thread the other day where someones child had stopped breathing when they refluxed but they stayed home instead of going to the hospital cause they'd been made to feel like a fool by their GP.

    That is not cool in my books.

    DS stops breathing when he reflux's, it not something to take lightly.


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    Lactose intolerant

    Thats just cruel!

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    So, how long would it take to see an improvement by using a hydrolised formula IF DS has an intolerance? We tried Neocate for 3 days a while ago (my paed wanted us to trial it before writing a script) and he actually seemed worse so we didn't bother getting a prescription. I guess 3 days is not long enough. Not sure he liked the taste either - plus it stinks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by faith72 View Post
    So, how long would it take to see an improvement by using a hydrolised formula IF DS has an intolerance? We tried Neocate for 3 days a while ago (my paed wanted us to trial it before writing a script) and he actually seemed worse so we didn't bother getting a prescription. I guess 3 days is not long enough. Not sure he liked the taste either - plus it stinks!!
    about two weeks - the digestive system is very slow to heal as say compared to our mouth (the quickest healing area)

    if Bub's is intolernt, it takes 24 hours at least for the last of the trigger food to move through the system, then the inflamation eases off and then the 'healing' starts - the intestional flora needs to re-blanance itself as well, and then it needs to get used to working properly - so all told generally two weeks

    There should be a general improvement after 24 hours

    Neocate DOES taste foul (and it stinks IMO), but kids do get used to the flavour fairly quickly in my experience.

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    Thats just cruel!
    Its been a bit of a private joke between ally and my self for about 3 years, Both her and I hit our heads agaist brick walls trying to explain the difernt between LI, lactose over load and MSPI

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikenzees mum View Post
    Its been a bit of a private joke between ally and my self for about 3 years, Both her and I hit our heads agaist brick walls trying to explain the difernt between LI, lactose over load and MSPI

    Do you think the walls are getting softer???

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    Quote Originally Posted by WorkingClassMum View Post
    Do you think the walls are getting softer???
    Yes some what.

    I remember a thread on here a few years ago that had me wanting to punch something

    "so whats reflux anyway " Something like that basicly about it being nothing

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    well we had the GI appointment today and as Mikenzees mum says, yep he seems to think that it's caused by stomach being slow to empty hence why he can only take about 60mls at any one time without squirming in pain. He's prescribed Pepti Junior Gold formula to see if CMPI intolerance is to blame.

    Anyone else had the diagnosis of slow emptying stomach and CMPI was the cause?

    I forgot to ask him the next steps "if" the formula did not help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faith72 View Post
    well we had the GI appointment today and as Mikenzees mum says, yep he seems to think that it's caused by stomach being slow to empty hence why he can only take about 60mls at any one time without squirming in pain. He's prescribed Pepti Junior Gold formula to see if CMPI intolerance is to blame.

    Anyone else had the diagnosis of slow emptying stomach and CMPI was the cause?

    I forgot to ask him the next steps "if" the formula did not help.

    Hey

    If cows milk protien intolerance is the problem you may not see much change with pepti as that is only partialy broken down so if that doesnt help they may change to neocate or elecare instead. How they can help with gastric emptying is that they are already broken down ( digested really ).

    Did they start him on any medication for the emptying ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikenzees mum View Post
    Hey


    Did they start him on any medication for the emptying ??
    No, he didn't mention anything about meds for emptying. So there are meds around that work for that? He just said to try this new formula and he'll see us in 6 weeks time.

    Is Pepti Junior simply like a HA formula???


 

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