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Old 01-14-2012, 07:50 PM   #11
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Re: If you've had a LO with dairy sensitivity, did subsequent LOs?

my dd1 had a slight sensitivity for about 5 months and i cut out dairy for her for awhile, then she was ok...dd2 has been completely fine with everything so far...

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Old 01-15-2012, 06:41 AM   #12
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Only one out of four has had issues with dairy. Dd2 had bad reactions from it, but has outgrown it mostly. The other three have had no issues with any foods.
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Re: If you've had a LO with dairy sensitivity, did subsequent LOs?

both mine did/do, and no family history
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both mine did/do, and no family history
Ditto this!
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Only my 3rd has had issues with dairy. The rest have all not reacted at all.

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DS didn't, but DD does. She's only three months old though, so I'm not sure how long it will last.
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DS had dairy, egg and tomato sensitivities and it was miserable after my milk came in with him screaming and refusing to nurse until I figured out the dairy. Then he had reflux problems until about 5 months when I did TED and discovered the egg and tomato. As I get closer to delivery with #2 I am wondering if I should cut out dairy so that it is already out of my system, in case this one has dairy issues as well. Then I could at least introduce it and see rather than having a miserable road while I try to get it out of both our systems. It just seems like dairy protein intolerance is more and more common (or we recognize it more) and I don't know if it is more likely since DS1 had problems. So I would love to know if those of you with LOs that have had food sensitivities have had other children with them too?
Both of my LO's have had MSPI. My now 6 year old I took to the ER at 5 days old because he screamed nonstop for 5 hours. Strangely enough, DS#2 didn't show MSPI until he was 5 to 6 weeks old, but he was also 8 weeks premature so I don't know if that had anything to do with it or not. But I will definitely be cutting out all dairy and soy prior to any more children. I would say cut it out a couple weeks before you expect to deliver and stay away from it for a good couple of weeks and then slowly introduce it back in to see if their is a problem. Good luck!
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My first had no sensitivities but my second did. Dairy, tomatoes, yeast, and one or two more things which I can't bring to mind right now. When nursing I had to cut out dairy. The other stuff became apparent when she started solids. She still gets burn-like irritation from cinnamon and some cream cheeses around her mouth but it goes away in 20 minutes or so after cleaning her face.
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My 2nd was worse with dairy than my first. #1 could tolerate cheese or even milk a3 time when I drank it. #2 couldn't even handle trace amounts of casine, but she has been getting net111 as she gets older.
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Re: If you've had a LO with dairy sensitivity, did subsequent LOs?

#1, now 5, was fine, she eats anything unless she's just being picky. #2 however has started to be a challange. So far at 2&1/2 he is allergic to penicillin, grass, and possible dairy. His diapers are getting better slowly so it's either lactose intolerance + something else we haven't identified yet, or it's a true allergy (which takes time to heal). Going to see GI doc soon to get a better fix on him. DH and I don't really have much to speak of allergy/intolerance-wise. There's just no way to tell ahead of time.
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