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    Quote Originally Posted by SPC View Post
    Weight loss is different from not gaining though. Dropping down centiles may not always be a sign of a problem. My well, bar the usual coughs and colds, not allergic to anything, breastfed older daughter dropped from 75th to 10th percentiles and didn't gain a gram between 6 and 10 months. It was a bit alarming at the time but I was lucky enough to have very sensible MCH nurses who didn't worry about it. but you have to look at the whole picture. She didn't have eczema or anything else wrong with her.
    Totally agree - this was just my experience with DS and his allergies. We had a range of things which all came together to suggest allergy.

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    Default Cows milk protein allergy?

    For those that tried elimination diets, was it in consultation with a nutritionist or lactation consultant or other?

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    Default Cows milk protein allergy?

    I did it in consultation with a dietitian referred to me by my DD's paed gastroenterologist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarelou View Post
    For those that tried elimination diets, was it in consultation with a nutritionist or lactation consultant or other?
    My DS was cmpi and also soy - which is very common. I simply read every label and eliminated anything with dairy or soy - you would be surprised how much has soy in it.

    Whilst this helped, it didn't alleviate all of DS's issues and he still wasn't putting on any weight. Unlike a previous poster, I also didn't agree with allowing my baby to be uncomfortable with belly aches and constant vomiting, so decided to switch to prescription formula. I felt guilty, but it was the best thing for DS's health and that was most important to me. Ours was a lot harder to control because of it being soy too.

    I'm pleased to state that at 14mths he can now tolerate soy and small amounts of dairy, which is great! So it doesn't last forever

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    Default Cows milk protein allergy?

    If you want some safe food suggestions, let me know.

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    Default Cows milk protein allergy?

    My Ds has a bad case of milk protein allergy and it s still rampant at 23 months he can not have it all including soy and his on neocate (script formula ) you have to remove all diary from your diet and maybe look at seeing a pead dietitian good luck Hun

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    Default Cows milk protein allergy?

    Quote Originally Posted by cindye View Post
    If you want some safe food suggestions, let me know.
    ^ yes please x

    Have cut out all dairy from yesterday, gee it's hard! Fingers crossed it shows a difference.

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    Default Cows milk protein allergy?

    Will get on later tonight when the little ones are in bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarelou View Post
    ^ yes please x

    Have cut out all dairy from yesterday, gee it's hard! Fingers crossed it shows a difference.
    Yes it is very hard, especially of you love dairy like I do!

    Just remember it can take a few weeks for all dairy to be gone from your system, so don't expect immediate results. Also if this helps but still doesn't control it completely, then remove soy as see what happens.

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    Default Cows milk protein allergy?

    I don't think I eat any soy... Yep I sure do love it but I'm willing to give it a good shot for my bubby..
    I am hoping to see results quickly but know it can take up to a month so will see how we go..


 

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