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    Could it be something he's eating?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Me&MrMagoo View Post
    Could it be something he's eating?


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    I don't think so. We eat mostly whole foods, not much processed and I am careful about food with additives. He also eats quite a varied diet, so rarely eats the same things each day. I have thought about this option and I don't believe it is food related, but it is certainly something I should probably explore again.

    Might start by doing a food/behaviour diary?

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    Just realised that you are the person who inspired my signature today when I got bored and re-did mine! Hope you don't mind!!

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    Hahahah I can't see it coz I'm on my phone but of course I don't mind!! Lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by breakthemould View Post
    I don't think so. We eat mostly whole foods, not much processed and I am careful about food with additives. He also eats quite a varied diet, so rarely eats the same things each day. I have thought about this option and I don't believe it is food related, but it is certainly something I should probably explore again.

    Might start by doing a food/behaviour diary?
    It couldn't hurt to do one. Does he eat alot of grapes? Or anything else with alot of salycitates?

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    No the only fruit he eats regularly is bananas, blueberries, avocado, apples, peaches and sometimes oranges and nectarines and strawberries. The only veg he eats is peas and corn and olives. Are any of the above particularly high in salycitates? I think on my list strawberries are but not sure about others?

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    Google the fail safe diet. Pretty sure bananas are off the menu.

    Big hugs and hope you can get some results soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babycart View Post
    Google the fail safe diet. Pretty sure bananas are off the menu.

    Big hugs and hope you can get some results soon.
    I was going to say the same thing ...

    Is he very verbal? Can he tell you if he's in pain?


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    Not very verbal but enough to say if he is "sore" somewhere. Will Google fail safe

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    My DS was a bit the same but has improved as his vocab increased.
    He had his tonsils and adenoids out in June and after that his speech improved as did his sleep (he had sleep apnea) and things have been a lot better of late.
    He still gets his 'Tricky Micky' face and that's when he will push the boundaries of rough/hurtiing but he is improving.

    I found for him the shelf beside the bath tub was the best timeout spot as he couldn't get down, was boring nothing to break so he was alone ( I was close but out of sight).

    I found removing him when he was rough with kids in the park (I am a SAHM so he isn't in any care yet) he had to appologise (often a huge struggle) then sit by me while DD continued to play so he was missing out but she wasn't.

    Goodluck xx


 

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