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    I wonder if chickpeas could upset a tummy?

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    I didn't exclude any foods and had no issues either time.

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    I haven't excluded anything and bubs had no issues. I eat lots of chilli, lots of garlic and onions, beans and peas and lots of nuts too. Bubs has no issues and I see no change in her either. I figure she needs to be exposed to these foods as this is what we eat and if she can become accustomed to it through my bm then that's gotta be a good thing! Of course if she had a reaction to something I ate then of course I would reduce/remove from my diet.

    Did the same thing when I was pregnant as well.

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    Thanks everyone - DS is a windy baby so am going to start eliminating some foods I think & see if it helps at all.

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    Does dairy affect your bf baby?

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    I didn't change my diet with any of my bubbas

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    I think for most babies it's about excess. My friend ate more than 1 cucumber a day and her son suffered. He was fine when she stopped. I ate about 10-15 plums once and my BF baby did the hugest poo you have ever seen!

    My cousin drank more than 2 liters of milk a day and her son was mildly lactose intolerant. So I think it is about eating foods to excess unless you have a particularly sensitive baby.

    Just do trial and error thing. And if your other child is gassy on peas you might start with them.


 

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