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music_rxmama ·
What a great site! Thanks!!!
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My Little Man ·
I recently had to find information on a drug, my website searches led me to some FDA numbers- which I called. They were very prompt and called me right back. They, themselves could not disspense the information I needed but were happy to direct me to a website that could. I wanted to share for your resources bookmarks!
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Mrs.Hobbit ·
Anyone else out there with adult symptoms? When I had autoimmune disease triggered a few years ago, I also discovered that even a tiny nibble of certain foods gave me terrible stomach troubles (yerba mate, artichoke, butter lettuce, and more recently spinach). My second son has multiple fpies triggers (and third new son possible rice trigger), and I started to wonder, because his symptoms were the same as mine, if I had adult fpies. Never bothered to see the allergist about it though,...
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DailyMed

My Little Man ·
http://dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/dailymed/about.cfm DailyMed provides high quality information about marketed drugs. This information includes FDA labels (package inserts). This Web site provides health information providers and the public  with...
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My Little Man ·
http://ainotes.wikispaces.com/file/view/Food+protein%E2%80%93induced+enterocolitis+syndrome-+an+update+on+natural+history+and+review+of+management+-+Annals+2011.pdf  Gotta love them!  I do! :) I love-love-love finding the new article...
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Medical Literature

The FPIES Foundation ·
Medical Literature to help you learn more about FPIES can be found on our Medical Literature page: http://fpiesfoundation.org/fpies-medical-literature/  FPIES Can Occur in Adult: ...
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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] with projectile vomiting + diarrhea. As an infant I was switched to raw goats milk, which I tolerated somewhat better, with rice gruel. Then, in my late 30's when I was having violent episodes, in and around pregnancies and some concern I would loose a particular baby, that it was finally addressed again. It was then that I saw GI specialists, who all proved...
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Tummyache ·
I forgot to mention that we have done DNA testing in recent years to search for possible LCT variances for Congenital Lactose Intolerance [ no sign of it so far, though I do lack the "persistence" part of LCT ] -- upper endoscopy to check for Lactase Deficiency [ yes this was very positive!]. But, we think that whey and/or casein are somehow involved too.
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