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    Default Cmpi and yogurt/cheese?

    My 10 month old dd has cmpi. Though I believe quite mild. She's on special formula.
    I am wanting to know if anyone else whose bubs had cmpi, either mild or severe. .. did you offer cheese or yogurt or butter??
    I've made fruit smoothie for her with a tiny bit of yogurt and there was no reaction.
    Her dietician and pediatrician said they usually offer some foods with cmpi after 1... and see how they go. I will ask them next appointment.

    Anyway. .. I offered her a spoonful of yogurt and she liked it. No reaction later or anything.

    I'm just thinking of slowly introducing it. I'm also hoping I might be able to start adding a bit of cheese or butter to her purees etc... as she needs a high fat diet.

    Any experiences from other mums out there about reintroducing milk proteins??

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    Anyone?

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    You can get goats yoghurt

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    Thanks. I hadn't thought of goats milk products.

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    Hi Tam tam, DS has cmpi which I also believe is mild. His symptoms are mainly eczema related. He has gone really well with cheeses but I haven't tried yoghurt yet. I think I remember reading that the protein changes in cheese. So far so good but it is a bit trial and error especially since he is mean to grow out of it at some stage too.

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    Dd1 has pretty mild cmpi (she's mostly grown out of it) I find some yoghurt is fine, others still give her slightly loose poo. We started introducing dairy at about 1 but she wasn't really over it at that age, it was around 2 that she could tolerate anything.

    shes 3 now and I just monitor her dairy intake, if she has too much she gets.

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    Thanks!! I was thinking that I might try adding some grated cheese to her food. Think I'll try it. She really liked yogurt today and so far so good. No crying in pain or anything.
    She had eczema too. But seems to have cleared up.

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    I forgot too, DS drinks oat milk, which he loves and has the same amount of calcium as milk with added vitamin D.

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    DD4 had a mild form of CMPI and had to be on goat milk formula. I'd still offer her cheese and small amounts of Greek yoghurt that she could tolerate in small doses.

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    Thanks everyone. I guess if I offer the cheese and symptoms return I'll know. I hadn't thought of almond or oat milk either.
    I think she's teething so I might get confusing symptoms!!

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