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    so glad you got to see someone.

    Hope things are good and you work out the issues. Allergies in bubs are certainly not 'nothing'. It makes me so angry when Dr's treat people that way.

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    The and so much for referring me to Dr Loh, we saw him yesterday, he was fantastic!!!
    So any allergies??

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    Yes @Catttc did he do skin prick tests?

    Glad you got in quickly, Dr Loh has such a lovely manner

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    Just realised what predictive text did to my post, it was meant to read thank you so much 😄

    As suspected he has been diagnosed with milk allergies.

    So I can give him anything without dairy at this stage and has suggested that we do a baked dairy challenge test when he is just over a year old as he may not have the same sensitivity to baked dairy.

    I'm happy on the one hand that I wasn't over reacting but quite disappointed in the Dr who saw him when he had the reaction in making me feel like an over the top parent.
    We go to them for assistance, not to be made to feel like an idiot as that could have been the difference between me taking him back should anything happen in the future again!!!


 

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