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Hi everyone I am new to this board, not new to justmommies though
Anyways since my daughter Mia was born in December 2009 at 35 weeks the doctors have been treating her for eczema on her face, trunk and legs, she has literally had a runny nose and slight cough since she was very small. I finally got her pediatrician to do some allergy testing on her and the first one he decided to do was for milk and turns out she is allergic to milk.
My daughter literally before we found out about this allergy lived off dairy She loves yogurt which she normally ate every morning with her breakfast, she loves cheese also. I am so bothered that we didnt find this out sooner.
Mia has been asked to leave 6 daycares for her behaviour, each daycare saying she has developmental delays or maybe add and saying they dont have enough staff to deal with her. I have been reading about add/adhd and milk allergies and this worries me a little.
Since taking Mia of all things dairy and changing her diet drastically she has had 3 great days at daycare and the staff are amazed! Has anyone else had something similar to this with an allergy??
We are BFing and dealing with all sorts of allergies. I have switched to Almond milk myself and love it! I've since figured out that DS is likely also allergic to corn. We have the contact dermititis going on as well. I suspect my nephews might be allergic to corn and other foods and we see an allergist on wed.
I have so far cut out of my diet corn, dairy, beef (beef and dairy protiens are very similar and can also cause reactions), soy (25% of children with dairy allergies have soy allergies) and beans. I don't think we really have bean or soy allergies, but I'm not 100% sure. I also suspect wheat allergies, but I haven't varified that yet either.
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