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Old 12-29-2012, 08:23 PM   #1
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Dealing with MSPI issues and/or Peanut Allergy?

My son was diagnosed with Milk intolerance at 2 mo, so I've been off dairy since then. Recently, he stuck his hand in the PB jar while making cookies and broke out in hives (scary). So.... They think its a peanut allergy. We actually have an appt with a pediatric allergist next week, I'm crossing my fingers we get some answers.

So here is my actual question. I been re introducing m some dairy back into my diet (chocolate, and I've had pizza a couple of times lately with seemingly no effect). No mucus, no blood, but it seem like he is spitting up a bit more. He hasn't been acting uncomfortable either. At 6 months, should I indri dice more and see what happens? Stay away from it until I talk to his doctor? Thoughts on how to re introduce foods?


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Re: Dealing with MSPI issues and/or Peanut Allergy?

I stayed away from dairy till a year then introduced cheese.
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Old 12-31-2012, 01:39 PM   #3
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Re: Dealing with MSPI issues and/or Peanut Allergy?

I wouldn't go farther than what you did. 2 months is still a little young and his intestines still aren't full developed to handle that if he is already having a problem. I was able to eat that stuff and it didn't affect her after 9 months. My daughter is 15 months old and we give her a little yogurt. She gets gasy and has a hive breakout so I stop.
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