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    Default Who knows about dairy intolerances?

    Thanks everyone.

    She has normal nappies and is generally settled and happy almost all the time.
    I read up about having a milk over supply and that kind of sounds more like our problem than the dairy sensitivity now that I have looked into it. She gets lots of hiccups and will often cough and splutter when I have let down.

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    A two week old baby could not be lactose intolerant! And here is an explanation of why; https://www.breastfeeding.asn.au/bf-info/lactose

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    Default Re: Who knows about dairy intolerances?

    My dd is cows milk protien intolerant, she was always chucky when bf, but her major issues, severe nappy rash, face rash, eczema (well, worse eczema), poor weight gain started when we introduced solids.

    My ds had reflux - due to CMPI that he grew out of. He had to go on meds, and I put him on formula at 3 months as I was losing my mind. But your baby sounds like him, 100%

    You can't test infants/toddlers for lactose intolerance at all anymore (at least in perth, you can't)

    **Mum, Dad, Big boy (Dec 08) and Baby girl (Feb 11)**


 

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