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    Default Outgrown CMPI?

    Has anyone got kids who had CMPI and have outgrown it?

    Lately DD and DS who are both CMPI have been having croissants and as everyone knows there's a fair bit of butter and sometimes cream in them.

    Well they have both been eating them but neither have had an upset tummy or green / stinky / frothy poos.

    Is it possible they've outgrown it? Or do I need to try giving them both a drink of whole milk to see how they go? Or maybe just slowly wean them on to more and more?

    How old were your kids when they outgrew it and how did you know for sure? Did you do anything to help them become immune to it or did they outgrow it naturally?

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    My DS did around 12-13 months he could stomach yoghurt with no reflux flair behaviour and no nasty nappy action

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    I'm pretty sure DS has. We've gradually introduced more and more dairy to his diet this past year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    I'm pretty sure DS has. We've gradually introduced more and more dairy to his diet this past year.
    What did you start with and how much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    What did you start with and how much?
    We stared with lots of cheese, then gradually introduced milk on cereal, now this past month we've started vaalia yoghurt. No big changes, just gradual.

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    My DS has just turned 1. At the suggestion of his paed, I started by introducing 30mls of cows milk in his normal 240ml bottles of formula. Did this for 2 weeks, now moved up to 60mls of cows milk. Will keep increasing by 30mls but will do slowly.
    I have also introduced cheese and custard - only in small amounts though. So far so good.

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