Well we had the allergy appointment for my 6 year old on Wednesday. She has been off of Dairy and gluten/wheat for two years now, but hasn't really gotten all that much better. The middle of the night vomiting is controlled, but she still needs to use Zofran once to twice a day, which is insane to me. Allergy agreed. They had a very interesting take on it all and I 100% agree! Their plan is below.
Allergy has noticed that they've had a few FPIES kiddos who were taken off of wheat/gluten and got a little better but not hugely better. Gluten and wheat free foods are typically made of oats, rice, corn, and soy. Those COULD be what is triggering the kiddos issues. So here we go their plan is to take her off of the top 4 FPIES foods. Dairy, Soy, Rice, and Oats. AHHHHH
In the past few days I've been trying to figure out how to successfully take those four out of my 6 year old's diet. It is proving to be a challenge! So to help me track this a little easier, I'm making a page in the products section that is Top 4 FPIES free foods!
Hi there! I'm Caitlyn. I'm mom to three kiddos ages 7,5 & 2. My 7& 2 year olds were the two blessed with FPIES. My 7 year old is only (now) Acute to dairy, wheat, soy, and rice. The youngest is a hot mess with 12 safes, and a million fails plus a few IGE's to top it all off.
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