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March 18th, 2011, 10:27 AM
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DD has had MSPI since she turned 1. She cant have cows milk or soy milk so I have been giving her almond milk and rice milk for about 4 months now. At home she is allowed to have small amounts of cheese and butter, but at daycare she gets zero dairy. She was diagnosed because she had ongoing cold/flu symptoms as well as a constant diaper rash. She actually seemed to be mostly healthy from December until the beginning of Feb. Now she has been sick on and off since then, just cold type stuff, and she has had a diaper rash for almost a month now. This is her first winter at daycare, and I have heard kids get sick a lot in the first year. Plus she has been getting teeth for what seems like forever. So of course that is going to play into this. I am just wondering if this sounds normal for an almost 2 year old, or if I need to eliminate all dairy from her diet.
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March 18th, 2011, 03:28 PM
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If she is milk/soy protein intolerant she shouldn't get any milk/soy products or she will react. I would definitely cut out all dairy and all soy. Make sure you rotate the milks she does get because if she drinks one type of milk the most she can develop an intolerance to that. Try rotating as many milks as you can find, as she tolerates them.
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