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    Re: BLS- Wheat? Hummus?

    Please be careful if you are giving infants thick hummus or peanut butter - not from an allergy perspective, but that the are choking hazards, especially if you put them on something soft like...
  2. Re: 18 month old son will not eat solids at all

    I think seeing a feeding therapist or going to a feeding clinic will give you a clue as to what is going on. My son was also picky, and a few fellow moms said it was normal and it would go away, but...
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    Re: Eliminating caffeine for reflux

    I eliminated it for a little bit, and for us, no difference. I was not drinking much, but did decrease my intake over the course of a week so I did not get withdrawal or headaches.

    I think it is...
  4. Re: DS showing serious interest, but won't eat.

    Did the pediatrician discuss what you should do if he happens to have another reaction? I really think based on getting a rash from one and projectile vomiting from the other that a visit with the...
  5. Re: DS showing serious interest, but won't eat.

    Bananas and avocados are related to latex - and if he got a rash and vomited after eating them you need to get them out of both of your diets right away and get a referral to a pediatric allergist.
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  6. Re: Who else skipped the blood test at 9 mo?

    When I was nursing DH I got my blood taken regularly to be checked for vitamin levels, since I was eating a limited diet. The prick does not bother me but I did ask for the EMLA cream just to see if...
  7. Re: Who else skipped the blood test at 9 mo?

    DS has been getting blood tests since he was 3 months old without it being an issue. If you are concerned about the pain, just ask them to apply ELMA cream before ahnd and it numbs the spot and...
  8. Re: PleasPlease help! Projectile vomiting after breastfeeding!!!!

    Call your ped and get an appointment. Another link that might help Dr Sear's - spit up
  9. Re: possible allergy problems dr's don't seem to know

    kayrosekay14 - most moms on here are staunch proponents of BF - that is why we are here :D Just realize that for some babies elemental formulas really are the answer - there are a few moms here...
  10. Re: possible allergy problems dr's don't seem to know

    I was going to suggest kwfa as well. I received a lot of support from them when I was in the thick of it with DS - he had a lot going on that could not be pin pointed and they gave a lot of great...
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    Re: Confused about wheat

    Teal - When googling add in "phytic acid" and you might get what you are looking for. Here is one of the random ones I just came across whole wheat dilemma

    Based on all of my non-scientific...
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    Re: When to introduce tree nuts

    Jeanne - That is correct :


    I heard some docs still recommend waiting is so if you child is having a reaction it would be more obvious when the are a little bit older since they can communicate...
  13. Re: Just got back from hospital...:( LONG Story.

    Are their other symptoms your son has besides eczema? It sounds like it is pretty bad if you went to the hospital for it. You should really see a pediatric allergist to determine if it is food...
  14. Temas: FMLA

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    Re: FMLA

    :hijackI really was just trying to play devil's advocate, but I think your argument is valid - but not from the perspective that the company should have a plan, which would be *nice*, but I think...
  15. Temas: FMLA

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    Re: FMLA

    I checked into this back in 2006 in NJ - my manager was ok with me using FMLA in "tiny" chunks of time - but his bosses boss was not since they did not want to set it as a precedence and under the...
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    Re: So Confused.

    Dairy can take a while to get our of your system - are you sure that you eliminated all dairy (check your vitamins, supplements, meds etc.)
    Since he seems better on the soy, sounds like it is very...
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    Re: Mother's Intuition

    I am so sorry that nursing is not going as well as you wanted - hopefully you can figure out a way to continue to nurse and then just top off.

    I know that the Kennedy Krieger feeding institute is...
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    Re: broken hearted new mommy

    You might want to eliminate diary from your diet and use a diary free formula (if you still need formula). Dairy can be an acid reflux trigger, and could also be the cause of the odd stools you are...
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    Re: constipated momma

    Maybe take some probiotics as well
  20. Re: I hope it's not too nosy and won't offend anyone, but how old are you?

    So if Lisa can be 19, I am going to be 21 :D
  21. Re: 29 1/2 months and still no period..normal?

    I nursed DS until just before his second B day - and it took about 4 months after that for AF to come back. I did have some basic tests done since I was nursing him on a limited diet, and they call...
  22. Temas: Omg

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    Re: Omg

    Dara - dd you get back any of the results yet?
  23. Re: Weaning & Starting Formula for medical reasons

    Hopefully you will be able to figure out a way to continue nursing. :hug I was one of those moms who thought I would have to wean DS and we tried to get him onto a hypoallergenic formula (same one as...
  24. Temas: Omg

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    Re: Omg

    A distended belly is a symptom of celiac, as is poor weight gain, diarrhea, and enamel issues.

    Dara - I am not sure what Celiac tests they did, but when they are young it may be possible to...
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    Re: Breastfeeding & Milk Allergy?

    Based on the symptoms a dairy allergy is very possible, so would cut it out for now. I also agree that seeing your ped is a good idea to rule out anything else going on and to get a referral to a...
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