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    Default Introducing eggs

    Just wondering when you can start introducing eggs? Ds is six months and I was told he can have them now but I thought it had to be later.... I can't remember what I did 5 years ago with dd it all keeps changing


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    It's ok to introduce any food other than honey before 12 months.

    I think eggs were one of DSs first foods and he loved them!

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    Eggs before 12 months should be fully cooked- so no runny yolk. That's the only other before 12 month rule. No honey, no runny eggs.

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    Thanks. I made some scrambled eggs which he seems to be enjoying

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    The earlier the better

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    6 months and over just not runny

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    I was told that if you have any family history for allergies or other risk factors (such as eczema) you should wait before starting eggs/nuts etc. But otherwise it is fine at 6 months.


 

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