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From: didi (
Subject:         Re: Breastfeeding and dairy-free
Date: September 11, 2005 at 5:12 pm PST

In Reply to: Breastfeeding and dairy-free posted by Karen on May 21, 2005 at 6:06 pm:

I lived in Wash DC when I had my baby girl. She too was diagnosed with reflux - although
this turned out to be a pediatricians uneducated guess. I was able to get her to UCLA medical
center with a pediactric gastroenterologist. We found out that my daughter was
misdiagnosed in Wash DC and that this happens often. You need to have your pediatrician
take a simple hemocult test of your child's stool. ( to see if blood is present) It is probably
and highly likely that your child cannot digest the large proteins from diary or soy and it is
causing colitis. In that case you, as a breastfeeding mother must elimianate those ingredients
from your diet or put your child on neocate. Reflux is a very wrong diagnoses. I have tons of
recipes and my daughter is healthy, happy and well fed. The skin issue clued me into the the
fact that this is gastro - I assume your child must cry alot and feel pain when digesting

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