Not selfish at all, I did a month and a bit with the elimination diet told my paed I wanted my life/body/sanity back and dd was put on Neocate, she turned into another baby.
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11-12-2014 16:40 #11Senior Member
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11-12-2014 21:45 #12
The main reason I wanted to avoid Neocate is that it's such a pain to get these days. When DD was on it we could just get the scripts from her paed, but now it requires consultation with a paediatric gastroenterologist and quite frankly I'd prefer to avoid the hassle! If he can tolerate AllerPro it'll be much easier as it's much more accessible.
I have breastfed him for 4.5 months now and have been dairy free for about a month or so. I think that's pretty good, all things considered. I really want to do pizza & movie nights with my DD and enjoy a cheese plate with DH!
Intolerances really do suck don't they!!
11-12-2014 21:53 #13
It sounds like you have some challenges ahead with allergies & intolerances. I hope your bub grows out of these issues eventually. Can I ask how she was diagnosed with primary lactose intolerance? My understanding was that testing babies for LI was very inaccurate?
11-12-2014 21:55 #14
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12-12-2014 02:18 #16Senior Member
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DS had green, slimy poos on Allerpro. It stopped his pains and rash but the green was always there. I switched to Goat formula because the paed allergist appointment was months away and he tolerated it fine. He's allergic to soy as well and vomits after the smallest amount.
12-12-2014 06:43 #17
Sounds like you might need a more hydrolyzed formula like pepti junior or elecare or neocate. Allerpro is only good for mild intolerance.
12-12-2014 06:51 #18
I have the green poo problem with DD, she is on karicare delact.. its almost like green paint.. I always thought it was the iron in her formula?
12-12-2014 07:51 #19
Does anyone have a bub with CMPI and thick slimy poo that's still normal breastfed baby poo colour (mustardy yellow).
I think DS may be CMPI like DD was but his poos aren't green, so unsure I should look into this.
12-12-2014 15:53 #20
Both my kids had green poo.
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