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Allergic colitis and breastfeeding


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#1 zarazebra

Posted 06 January 2007 - 11:56 AM

Is there anyone that had a baby with allergic colitis that continued to breastfeed? We are waiting for the test results back to confirm but the paed seems to think it is a dairy allergy. I want to keep breastfeeding and am quite happy to give up milk products as my husband is lactose intolerant so am used to looking for it in everything. Before I went to see the paed I had given up dairy & all hidden dairy for about 10 days with no change so may have to give up soy products also???? Anyone know how long before you would start seeing an improvement?
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Z

#2 mrsmoogoo

Posted 06 January 2007 - 11:57 AM

I was told it takes 2 weeks to get it out of their bowel. Not sure if correct or not




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