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Maybe lactose intolerant? ModernMan'sHustle ♥ 1 child; Akron, Ohio 983 posts
5th Nov '12

Zoey's 13 months and has been on milk since about a week before her birthday. She did AWFUL on whole milk so we switched to 2% thinking she just wasn't ready but it's been over a month now and she's still doing bad. After she drinks a bottle or a cup of milk she automatically poops...and it's like runny, greenish brown goo that burns her skin BAD. She went potty & not even 5 minutes later she was SCREAMING. When I changed her her skin looked like the poop had been sitting there for hours...she was almost bleeding in one spot. :(



Should I try soy milk or should I make her a doc appointment first? HELP!

Rebekah Garden x3 Due October 5; 33 kids; Fall River, Massachusetts 5223 posts
5th Nov '12
Quoting ModernMan'sHustle ♥:" Zoey's 13 months and has been on milk since about a week before her birthday. She did AWFUL on whole ... [snip!] ... for hours...she was almost bleeding in one spot. :( Should I try soy milk or should I make her a doc appointment first? HELP!"


How do other diary products effect her? I havelactose intolerance and I have noticed the greater the fat percentage the more of the tummy ache and other issues. Not everyone is the same. You can call the doc. They will probably want a poopy diaper to test. Did she have a probelm with formula?

Mrs. Seals 2 kids; Morristown, TN, United States 1968 posts
5th Nov '12

My little boy is 2 and he is lactose intolerant... but, we have known since he was 1 month old that he would be. I buy lactose free milk with Vitamin D. It tastes better than soy, it actually tastes just like milk, just a little sweeter. If she is acting like that then she probably is... And that is what happened to my little boy when he was a baby and we were giving him regular formula... he got a yeast infection on his butt from being allergic to the protein in the milk. He also, would bleed from diaper rashes from it.

Mrs. Seals 2 kids; Morristown, TN, United States 1968 posts
5th Nov '12

Oh, and it is just milk that does it to him... he can eat cheese, sour cream, and other dairy products...