Just looking for advice from anyone who has experienced this?
My lo is just gettin over this horrendous tummy buy gastroenteritis and now will have become lactose intolerant. He hasnt had anything other than water for a week now including that mixed with rehydrate powders. I'm slowly introducing baby rice and cracker and biscuits today but think he needs to start having milk again and get his diet back on track.
So basically just wondering if I need to give him lactose free infant formula until his body can handle his usual milk again? And how do I slowly re introduce yoghurt and cheese ect? If I don't use special milk how long can he last without any mllk at all in his diet. I really don't want to give him his oral milk as I'm sure it'll come right back up and well be right back at square one
my little had this a couple of weeks ago, we gave her arrowroot biscuits (biscuit in a dish pour on some boiling water and mash it to a paste bit like a rusk) it helps put a lining back on there stomach(not sure how much of an old wives tale that is) but it seemed to woek for LO as she couldnt keep anything down we gave her prior to these.
my LO also became temp lactose intolerant too however she is 1 so i bought some lactose free milk and used this on cereal for a couple of days then introduced yoghurts then slowly decreased the amount of lacto free and topped it up with whole milk, within a week and half shes back to normal with milk and food she didnt eat for 6 days x
Hes almost 8 months. Docs said no milk for two weeks but seems so cruel and harsh he seems to slowly be getting his appetite back and I feel he needs something other than water and the rice I'm feeding him. I see sma do a lactose free formula but dunno if I should try this or just leave it
just start with a real basic diet once LO was keeping toast and the arrowroot biscuits down i gave her banana then some mash potato and some steamed chicken i didnt use milk in the potatoe just added some more water to loosen it up! then a couple of days later i tried her on a yoghurt, just gradually add things back into his diet but dont go for anything to rich or acidic, x
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