Yeah, my friend's ped keeps saying to add it all back into her diet that it her baby will be fine with it, but she clearly isn't. Go with your gut instinct. While it was hard at first for her, after a bit it became 2nd nature. When she visited me a month ago we didn't have any issues with finding things to cook that made her, me, DS, and my FIL happy (we mostly did meat, potatoes or rice, and vegetable meals). While it isn't the most fascinating diet ever, it's doable and most kiddos do eventually outgrow the BM sensitivities. My friend didn't have any obvious reactions either, just knew something wasn't right and went to cutting out the most common BM food issues first and was shocked at the changes after a month. ((hugs))
Kayla- Andrew's G.I. Doctor said soy is a bigger trigger than dairy for most babies. I would try to cut that out as well.
Ava has no known allergies. Andrew is allergic to pain. Any time he bumps or scratches himself he breaks out into big welts. It's weird. I need to bring it up to his Ped and see what that's actually about.
I have enviormental allergies to who knows what. I keep myself well drugged, or I'm a complete mess.
Strange!! I wonder if he stresses himself into it? You've said before that he carries on for quite awhile when he gets hurt? My old boss used to get welts when she was really stressed out.
It is weird. It happens regardless if he gets upset or not. I can run my finger nail over his skin, or wash his face and it will do it too. It goes away very quickly so I can't decide if it's a doctor visit worthy or not. It doesn't bother him at all.