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Re: FPIES changes to more chronic as they get older?

EFoster ·
This has definately been the case for our 4.5 year old daughter. We started having more chronic food reactions at around 2.5 years old. We lost almost all of her safe foods at around 3.5 years. Most but no all are now chronic and some have turned IgE. Our daughter wasn't dx'd until age four and we use a rotation diet to give her more variety and to hopefully keep her from building reactions to foods.
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Re: FPIES changes to more chronic as they get older?

Theresa ·
I am so sorry this is so hard to say but I have a 4 1/2 & 6 1/2 yr old boys who have it. They are only on erewhon cornflake w elecare formula. They can't eat anything else. It hasn't lessend at all. despite what drs say.
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Re: If a Sibling has FPIES, will it be to the same foods?

C-R ·
I have 2 with completely different diets. one can eat only rice and the other only wheat. I have found most of it lies with the grains or roots. But my first diagnosed with rice, corn, oats, soy, apples, bananas, white potatoes, carrots, peaches. The other didn't have problems for years except with corn. Its scary, but once you find a safe food try expanding to others similar like butternut squash to other squashes. It can help with a bit of variety. Same goes for other reactions. If your...
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Re: If a Sibling has FPIES, will it be to the same foods?

Ashtyn'smom ·
My 14 month old also has Fpies to rice and oats.....I was wondering what type of a diet does your child have? Are they able to eat noodles since they are made with wheat flour? I'm too scared to do a trial with it!
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Re: If a Sibling has FPIES, will it be to the same foods?

C-R ·
it took a long time for me to try any of it. I wanted to be sure to find a company that didn't cross contaminate. I use Davinci pasta http://www.davincipasta.com/ for testing wheat. She just eats it with land o lakes butter and salt. I trial it one tiny bite at a time over 6-8 weeks. That's what the gastro dr rec. and then I also found that not stopping an item is good too. I stopped peanut butter once and then she reacted to it. Not sure why but haven't been brave enough to try it again.
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Re: If a Sibling has FPIES, will it be to the same foods?

Ashtyn'smom ·
Thanks for the info! My daughter can eat pretty much anything that doesn't contain rice, rice flour, oats, and any other type of flour. I've just avoided all foods with flour because I'm afraid that she will react to all wheats. Thankfully she loves meat and vegetables!
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Re: If a Sibling has FPIES, will it be to the same foods?

C-R ·
Sorry, the diet for one of mine is fresh fruits like strawberries, blueberries, cherries, pears, oranges; veggies like sweet potatoes, peas, green beans, butternut squash, zucchini, yellow squash, acorn squash, broccoli, lettuce, tomatoes; and some meats like oscar meyer bacon, certain brands of ham, chicken without added solutions, beef. We only use Promise land milk, salted sweet cream land o lakes butter, cheeses, minute made OJ with calcium and D, Poly vi sol vitamins. want any more...
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FPIES changes to more chronic as they get older?

The FPIES Foundation ·
A family asks:  I was wondering if anyone's child has ever been diagnosed with FPIES at a young age and when they got older never out grew it and changed to something chronic. We are going through it with our son. He is limited to starch,...
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If a Sibling has FPIES, will it be to the same foods?

The FPIES Foundation ·
A family asks:   "My 2 year old has fpies to rice and oats. It is not an official diagnosis since her pedi hadn't even heard of it until I brought some info to her but she has text book fpies reactions to rice and oats. We never sought an...
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