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    Quote Originally Posted by tadpoles View Post
    I had this debate with myself too with recipes for DS2. I thought a little cows milk in food was ok after 6 months.

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    Cows milk in food after 6 months is fine, just not recommended as a replacement for bm or formula.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SassyMummy View Post
    I was give watered down cows milk with sugar added as per doctors instruction. Lol.

    I have some digestive issues now, but this is a result of removing my gallbladder. I had a cast iron stomach before that point!
    Interesting that you had to have your gall bladder removed though... Wonder if there is a link for some?

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    @Jennybaby , eating junk and being obese surely didn't help it!

    I've heard you're more likely to need your gallbladder out if you have a baby over 4kg too... which was me. Obesity, quick weight loss (mine happened AFTER my GB was removed though) and having a big baby put people at more risk of gallstones.

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    I've always been fine, though until I hit pregnant with number two I had a slight aversion to milk for some reason. My sister has intolerance issues and always has, my brother loves it.

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    I was Bf for 6 months, then went on boiled cows milk. I have no intolerances or allergies.

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    [QUOTE=SassyMummy;7459740]@Jennybaby , eating junk and being obese surely didn't help it!

    Lol Sassy mummy. I think you might be onto something!

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    I'm still not giving up my cold salt n vinegar chips. They can take my gall bladder. Lol.

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