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    Default Protein intolerances

    Hi,

    Just wanting to hear some other people's experiences with intolerance/s in their children.

    My ds had milk/soy protein intolerance. Is now 2.5 and still can't tolerate soy, not that I want him having that anyway. When I asked his paed if I was more likely to have a baby with MSPI again, he said 'no, not at all'

    Dd is nearly 6 weeks old. We are breastfeeding. Stopped having dairy about 2 weeks ago and lots of positive changes already.

    Did more than one of your kids have intolerances? Just interested. Thanks.

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    I'll come and answer later when I have more time. But basically Both of mine had dairy/soy allergy and my eldest didn't outgrow soy until almost 4 yrs.

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    Following....my eldest is cmpi & I suspect my baby is too...,

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    Yup both my boys do.
    My oldest is 7 and hasn't grown out of his yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkey'sMummy View Post
    Following....my eldest is cmpi & I suspect my baby is too...,
    Hey! Why do you suspect? What's happening?

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    DD had CMPI (and suspected Soy intolerance) as a baby but outgrew it at around 1, thankfully. I was worried about this too for baby #2 but DS is almost 5wks old now and no sign of it. I was told the chance is about 1 in 50 that bub would have an intolerance or allergy, regardless of sibling history. I'm not cutting anything out of my diet unless he becomes symptomatic.

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    Hi Cue,

    I was of a similar mindset. Was eating as per usual. But things started so well and then seemed to go downhill really quickly. Better since no dairy.

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