1. I have not noticed any bad reaction from my son even though I am breastfeeding and I eat his triggers, does that mean I do not have to eliminate them from my diet?
rarely a son happens to split a small amount, now I started to associate it with triggers, can I check the products through breast milk? for example, eat a product for 1-2 days and if your son has a split, I can consider it to be his trigger
2. both eggs and salmon triggered the reaction after the fourth try, so far I gave my son new products once and waited a few days before I gave again. Is it enough for me to test products, for example 7 days, 3 days break and 2-3 days of next trying
3. There is also a large group of products that the son ate before I found the Fpies, can these products (tried more than four times but without a specific pattern) be considered safe.
4. if two triggers cause severe vomiting after 2-3 hours after eating without diarrhea or rash does not mean that the son triggers will always be that way, or I can expect something worse
5. Should I go to the hospital if my son vomits 2-3 hours after the meal, without additional symptoms, I try to drink it with a syringe but usually everything is vomited
6. Can it happen that a safe product will become a trigger over time
7. If my son is eating millet, corn and rice crisps, can I say that these grains are safe for him
8. if my child's vitamin d contains coconut oil and nothing bad happens after eating it, whether it means that coconut oil is safe for him.
9. if the jars of vegetables and fruits that my son eats are safe products, does that mean that the fruit and vegetables from these jars served raw are also safe?
10. if eggs and salmon are banned, if there are any products that I definitely should not try
I know it's a lot of questions, but I will be very grateful for any answers and suggestions, thank you