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    Mrstugs when you say reacts what happens? Always wondered what signs to look out for ( other than the obvious anaphylactic one)

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    Red rash around mouth, hives on body (they look like single mosquito bites), explosive poos, mucous in poo, farts that make him cry in pain, waking from sleep, not being able to settle to sleep, eczema... there's more I'm sure.

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    Poor little guy and poor you too! That must be really hard if he reacts to everything

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    I'm at the point that I just don't even feed him tbh

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    That's understandable if everything is causing him pain etc. do the Drs have any advice on what to do? Is he ok when he just has milk?

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    Our food issues are different. Zoe has severe reflux to the point where she power chucks alot.. . She has gone off solids and even backing off the bottle lately.. . She's a good size though but has backed off again on weight. She gags on certain foods... it's a nightmare she is on losec too and the chemist stuffed up at the weekend and missed our script so we are just getting back on it so having issues this week but hopefully by next week we are ok... poor kid even has vomited in her sleep and chokes... thank God for apnea and video monitors... your poor boy allergies sound terrible! Can't believe it's still not sorted! Any help where you are now? Instead of when you were in Perth?

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    Hopeful the doctors don't assist me at all. I have no medical advice. He seems happy on milk but he's always been a crazed boob monster.

    Ttc I got my referral sorted yesterday for lady cilento allergy clinic. Gp suggested it will likely be a few weeks wait for sppt

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    Least your in. I actually walked into PMH and said put me back into the system to get into the feeding clinic as privates paed had no answers. We had another chuck last night so bring on the 9th May... do you or your partner have allergies? Seems so full on that he has them so severely! Can't be easy on you if your feeding him still!

    So on another note we transferred thursday... not sure if I will even test... the doctor who I really like said we would be there poster clients if it works.. . 1 round of IVF 2 embryos and 2 kids... so left me not widely optimistic mostly because it sounds like it rarely happens!

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    No known food allergies between us. Came out of nowhere. Majorly unexpected. My restricted diet is really difficult and it's affecting my mental health without a doubt.

    Congrats on PUPO!! Let us know if you decide to test or not. There's pros and cons for both choices really isn't there!

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    Have you thought about formula might help you both out! Especially if your struggling... I will test I know I will I said that then went yeah right Sara haha


 

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