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    Default Stinky wind

    My 7 month DD has really really stinky gas. She has always been a windy baby but since introducing solids she is really noxious.
    Any thoughts on whether it's the solids, the dairy, just her?
    I've got a paed appointment this week so I'll ask him but wondered if any hubbers had any ideas.
    I was thinking to introduce a probiotic to see if it makes any difference.

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    What solids have you been feeding? Dd6 has a few intolerances and some cause her to get horribly stinky gas. If you tell me what you have been feeding, I might be able to help

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    Thanks @Gothel.
    She has the following:
    Spinach
    Broccoli
    Pea
    Sweet Potato
    Carrot
    Leek/onion/garlic
    Yoghurt
    Mandarin
    Pear
    Apple
    Apricot
    Avocado
    Wholemeal bread (butter and Vegemite)
    Farex
    Baby porridge
    Chicken
    Beef mince
    That's probably about it so far in regards to regular things anyway.

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    Ok so these are the things Iwould suspect :
    Leek/onion/garlic
    Yoghurt
    Pear
    Apple
    Apricot
    Wholemeal bread (butter and Vegemite)

    If you want to test it out I would do this:

    - Swap the leek/onion/garlic for celery, just for a few days.
    - Swap the wholemeal bread for an alternative just for a few days - use Ancient Grains Sumer Spelt or Ancient Grains Euphrates Oat (both from health food store or Edwards spelt (from coles) I think the ancient grains would be better for a bub, it's quite soft.
    - Leave off the vegemite.
    - Avoid Apple and pear
    - Use Liddells lactose free yoghurt for a few days.

    2-3 days should be enough for the foods to clear her system. Then re-introduce the removed foods one by one, 2-3 days apart and watch for reactions.

    How are her poos? Are they "well- formed" (as they say!) or does she tend towards constipation or diarrhea?

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    I liken it to Nutella. Thick, not formed, not baby runny.


 

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