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Re: Milk Supply Worries

music_rxmama ·
As far as boosting your supply, dark green leafy veggies are good ones and oatmeal (if you aren't eliminating oats) is another excellent one-- doesn't have to be in excess, just a bowl of oatmeal every day or making homemade "healthy" oatmeal cookies/bars to eat each day. Hydration as you said really is the key. I used to drink a glass of something immediately preceeding a nursing and immediately after a nursing, and then drink normally according to temperature (summers were brutal!) in...
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Re: Milk Supply Worries

AmandaB ·
Thanks, Amanda Has anyone out there taken prolactin to increase your supply? When I was reading up on prolactin it looked like there were certain activities I could do to increase the prolactin levels in my body (I'd need my husband to help out here). Guess I'll get off the computer and see if I can go increase my prolactin levels w/o a supplement
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Re: Behaviors in toddlers with reactions?

VR ·
Hi! My son is 18 months old and fpies/protein intolerant to lots and lots of foods. We have noticed some behavioral changes but nothing quite as drastic as that. We will have major sleep disruptions and very very cranky behavior. We have pulled foods when those are the only symtoms. With that said, I have spoke to other mom's who describe similar situations to what you are going through. Sounds like a good idea to pull the dairy.. especially with the vomiting.
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Re: Behaviors in toddlers with reactions?

klucas ·
My son has similar meltdowns when he is reacting to food. He is a complete mess and overreacts to everything (He is 17th months). I'm finally realizing that it's because he is in pain. One of our biggest indicators that a food trial is not going well is his constant night-waking. I'd pull the dairy out and try again in 6 months.
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Re: Behaviors in toddlers with reactions?

Salwa ·
Hi my son is 3 and 8 months. When ever he has eaten a trigger he will vomit profusely become very sleepy and pale, sometimes he will faint. After all these initial reactions have settled he will become very agitated, won't sleep the night and cry for hours on end. We found out much latter on that the food triggers pain, strong pain. Perhaps your little one is experiencing done degree of pain. All you can really do is to avoid dairy completely. I only give my son the trigger foods when in...
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Re: Behaviors in toddlers with reactions?

Elisa Graham ·
My daughter is now 3 had fpies and allergies to milk soy egg. She will eat dairy and within 4 hrs after become do aggressive adjitated angry itchy it's beyond a joke I don't know where my lil girl goes some days it's horrible 9 weeks in to normal food she has had an fpies reaction
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Re: Milk "pass" but still not tolerated?

Narelle ·
Our 6yo is the same, after years of trialling, passing and then failing we finally gave up and keep him on rice or almond milk.
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Re: Milk "pass" but still not tolerated?

C-R ·
It also depends on what the cows eat as it gets transmitted through the milk just like in humans' milk. try researching if there is any grass fed cow milk around you. sometimes it may be a vitamin or supplement in the milk. one of my daughter's reacts to B12, she has a cobalt allergy. so while the milk is ok, most have high cobalt from either supplements or fertilizers put on the fields. Goat milk is low in cobalt though. they can do allergy patch testing for things like that though.
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Behaviors in toddlers with reactions?

KevinsMommy ·
Hi Fpies families!I was curious as to whether any of you notice any behavior patterns when your child is reacting to something.  When we first introduced dairy again, my son was off the wall and showed some strange obsessive behaviors.  For...
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Milk "pass" but still not tolerated?

The FPIES Foundation ·
From a family from France: I'm T's mum (from FRANCE, FPIES milk, eggs, corn, she is 5 years old) I do not see the doctor before the month of May.  T is reintroduction of milk for 2 years now. 6 months everything was fine. then we increase the...
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Milk Supply Worries

AmandaB ·
So, we're EBF, but now my supply is getting really close to what he's taking in everyday.  I've always been like a squirrel when it comes to my milk, I save as much as possible.  Before we realized Matthew had FPIES and that he reacted to...
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