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    See if you can get a referral to David Orchard - works out of RCH but also privately in Kew. He is an eczema and allergy specialist. We are booked to see him in September as we have a paed, allergist and dermatologist and I was to ******line
    He has been recommended to me by at least three friends or friends of friends who have kids with allergies and some with eczema too. My nephew also saw him fr his eczema and my SIL raved about him

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    Nothing else needs to added and they contain just as much calcium as cows milk. almond milk is awsome in baking. It's next to the soy milk in the supermarket.

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    Also I haven't looked into the milk nutrients things yet as we're still on soy formula. We saw a paediatric dietician who specialises in intolerances when DD was diagnosed and she was great. She made sure our substitutes were equal and thatDD was getting what she needed. Could be an idea once you have see the paed?

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    We wash my DS with oats... We just get a packet of cheap chux's & put oats in that with lacky band to keep oats coming out & put it in the bath with him... It comes out creamy and makes bath watery a cloudy colour... So good for his skin :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessbaby View Post
    See if you can get a referral to David Orchard - works out of RCH but also privately in Kew. He is an eczema and allergy specialist. We are booked to see him in September as we have a paed, allergist and dermatologist and I was to ******line
    He has been recommended to me by at least three friends or friends of friends who have kids with allergies and some with eczema too. My nephew also saw him fr his eczema and my SIL raved about him
    Thanks i'll mention him and see if i can

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmyEL View Post
    We wash my DS with oats... We just get a packet of cheap chux's & put oats in that with lacky band to keep oats coming out & put it in the bath with him... It comes out creamy and makes bath watery a cloudy colour... So good for his skin :-)
    I was just reading about this through google, wouldn't have ever thought of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmyEL View Post
    We wash my DS with oats... We just get a packet of cheap chux's & put oats in that with lacky band to keep oats coming out & put it in the bath with him... It comes out creamy and makes bath watery a cloudy colour... So good for his skin :-)
    You can use the ends of old stockings too


 

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