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They said they will get this "figured out" They do not want to cause fights because someone has something different. I told them if they are in doubt give her a jelly sandwich. She would be just as happy with that if you tell her there is no milk in it.
They keep asking how much longer untill they can start trying to add milk back into her diet. Her Doctor wants a full week without a reaction and we have not reached that yet. This weekend is going to be my first big challange. I got to go to Pittsburg to get my BIL at the airport. I am taking a cooler with juice and almond milk and I am packing several milk free snacks but The hotel we are staying at has a breakfast buffet included in the stay. I am going to be the crazy woman who asks what is in everything. My husband is going to be pullling his hair out by the end of the weekend.
If she is reacting every time she gets milk, doesn't the doc just get that milk must be the problem? She isn't having mild reactions and it is every time (from what I understand) that she has been exposed to milk. A+B=C no matter how you mix it up... :/
He wants to see if it truely is a milk allergy without doing the prick test. We are going to slowly add milk back in and if she reacts again it is an allergy. I have a feeling she will. She reacted to the pizza they took the cheese off of. It is an allergy IMO.