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Old Jan 6th, 2018, 17:33 PM   11
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Itís a minefield at first but it does get easier !
It is a freaking minefield! Thank you for responding.



 
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Old Jan 6th, 2018, 17:35 PM   12
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LO had milk protein allergy until he turned 6 months. Started at 2 months cuz he had blood in stool. Doc said for me to cut out all foods with milk. That's anything with dairy like breads and crackers. The blood disappeared after a while but if I eat some cake it'll come back right next say.

After he turned 6 months I tried eating some cake and this time no blood in stool ever since! That was the only symptom though. He wasn't bothered by it at all.
I would be sooooo happy if all this bull$hit was over at 6 months! This gives me hope!

Did your baby get diarrhea or diaper rash?



 
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No diarrhea but his poop would be more green whenever it had some blood. Although usually his last poop of the day was green as opposed to yellow so I never really figured out what it meant.



 
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Old Jan 12th, 2018, 13:30 PM   14
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Constipation (bad), puffy eyes, terrible reflux, mucous poo, blood in poo sometimes, really bad stomach, very unsettled, serious projectile vomiting. Went undiagnosed as just reflux and they kept making me supplement with formula as she wouldn't gain weight properly till it got so bad she refused to eat anything at about 8 weeks and I took her to the children's hospital and she saw a paediatrician that diagnosed her and out her on a hydrolysed coconut formula and ranitidine and she was a different baby within a few days. Happy and smiley and gaining weight well. We avoided dairy (all animals) and soy for a year and started on the milk ladder and it took us about a year to get through. She still can't have cows milk straight up, and I can't give her too much dairy (ie everyday) but I don't have to be careful of hidden ingredients any more. I can tell when she has had a diary overload as she gets constipated and her eczema flares up and I'm extra careful for a few days and she's ok again. It does get easier it's a nightmare in the beginning!



 
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