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Reply by EC1003

Hi I am so sorry your baby girl isn't feeling so well. Its so hard to watch! My DD had a reaction to dairy and soy, so we avoid rice and...

Reply by Jess

Hi, Figuring out food trial fails can be very confusing! I would food test one food at a time. Do you know for sure it was the oatmeal...

Reply by Jess

Hi, The results are in - Quinoa Queen cereal (lightly sweetened) was a "pass" for my 2-year-old son with FPIES!!!! He LOVES them. He was...

Reply by Sheila

You can use aquafaba as an egg replacement. (Check Google) You may like the book (available on amazon.com): "Gluten-Free Without Rice"...

Reply by TiniCher

Thank you! There are a few there that should work (she can't have eggs).

Reply by Sheila

Here are a couple of recipes to try plus a couple of recipes if you can find a couple of substitutes (for egg, milk). For egg substitute...

Reply by EC1003

Hi i have not tried this brand, but am always looking for some snack options. 2 things that have worked for my daughter are the Gerber...

Reply by Jess

Wow! Thanks for the tip. I just placed an order as well. My son reacts to corn, rice, soy, and a lot more. But, we don't usually have a...

Reply by Jess

Hi, Well, I definitely don't have all the answers to your questions! But, my 2-year-old son definitely has FPIES with similar vomiting...

Reply by Jess

Wow- thanks everyone for the useful information both here and on facebook. My 2-year-old son with FPIES (multiple-food failure) has...

Reply by JNP

Hi! Your story sounds exactly like ours. We started with rice cereal around 5 months, got really really sick a few times before figuring...

Reply by Murphy

First be reminded that lots of gag as they learn to eat so sometimes it's just more exposure that is needed. Then know that it is common...

Reply by Melanie P.

Babies, especially those who have had struggles with food, will progress to tasting food if allowed to get messy and play a bit in the...

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Reply by Ameador1

Our son had sleep issues until he was about 3. We've had his FPIES pretty under control since then and he's a great sleeper, but any...

Reply by Belinda

Hi. My son now 4 had Fpies. He was extremely difficult to sleep train. I ended up taking him to sleep school twice. He would be...

Reply by Jess

Hi, My almost 2-year-old son has FPIES, and sleep training went fairly easily for us. So, I don't know if I'm a huge help. If in the...

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