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Reply by Jess

Hi, Well, I don't know all of the answers to your questions. We didn't do very well with any solid food at nine months old. We relied on...

Reply by FPIESinMI

Hi there, First off, it is so scary! Your little one reacted after a similar meal to our first, minus the peanut butter (in the night,...

Reply by Jess

Hi, I would make sure that you isolate each food without jumping to conclusions. My son had a major FPIES reaction to rice cereal and a...

Reply by FPIESinMI

Sounds exactly like FPIES. I would definitely avoid the green beans. Does he seem to tolerate cereal? We were really amazed at how even...

Reply by Lex's mom

Hi I am from Elkridge, Maryland. My LO was diagnosed with FPIES at 14months, looking to connect with other moms in the area. Like most...

Reply by Tummyache

I forgot to mention that we have done DNA testing in recent years to search for possible LCT variances for Congenital Lactose...

Reply by Tummyache

I'm 74 and still am unable to tolerate any dairy - so am 100% dairy free since the 1970's. It started the 2nd week after birth [1942]...

Reply by mgrady

We have a 12 month old in St. Louis who was diagnosed with FPIES at 5 months (oats). Since then, she has also failed soy, eggs (ER...

Reply by FPIESinMI

I am so sorry your daughter had this experience! I held my own baby alone limp in my arms while my husband was at work and I can still...

Reply by FPIESinMI

Hi there, I hate to reply to this in the affirmative but our second baby had the exact same FPIES trigger as our daughter (born 23...

Reply by Franny

We have the same thing. She was given something the other day and next thing you know, nausea/diarrhea/rash on the back of the thighs...
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