Re: Food intolerances, nutritionists help?
Are you seeing an allergist? If not, I think your first step should be getting a referral to an allergist. From there, they can refer you to a nutritionist and it should be at least partly covered by your insurance. I went through this with my son, the nutritionist was very helpful, though at that point it was more about how to get *him* fed and no longer about my diet. If there are any breastfeeding groups in your area you might ask there if anyone has had luck with a nutritionist. There is also the forum at KWFA (kids with food allergies) where you might get some help or some recommendations.
Were there other symptoms aside from the bloody stools?
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