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mommytotxa ♡ 2 kids; Kansas 2037 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting Lizplustwo:" I read that it's a myth that spicy foods, carbonated foods, vegetables and whatnot can actually make ... [snip!] ... they might have a sensitivity to the protein in cow's milk. ETA: here http://kellymom.com/parenting/parenting-faq/gassybaby/"


MIL said ALL of her children or grandchildren had to be on soy formula.

ChubbyCheekers 2 kids; New York 3117 posts
10th Jan '13

Could very well be a sensitivity to dairy then...the site said that's the most common sensitivity that babies might have. I'm just letting you know that you probably don't have to restrict your diet otherwise...you can still eat broccoli and spicy food and all that :P

mommytotxa ♡ 2 kids; Kansas 2037 posts
10th Jan '13
Quoting Lizplustwo:" Could very well be a sensitivity to dairy then...the site said that's the most common sensitivity that ... [snip!] ... know that you probably don't have to restrict your diet otherwise...you can still eat broccoli and spicy food and all that :P"


Just called her Pediatrician's office. They said her symptoms (gassiness, fussiness, spitting up, green poop) is more than likely a daily intolerance, and I need to cut out dairy. Thank you.

lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44070 posts
11th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting mommytotxa ♡:</b>" Just called her Pediatrician's office. They said her symptoms (gassiness, fussiness, spitting up, green poop) is more than likely a daily intolerance, and I need to cut out dairy. Thank you. "</blockquote>



Good luck mama. :)

mommytotxa ♡ 2 kids; Kansas 2037 posts
11th Jan '13
Quoting lolajessup:" <blockquote><b>Quoting mommytotxa ♡:</b>" Just called her Pediatrician's office. ... [snip!] ... poop) is more than likely a daily intolerance, and I need to cut out dairy. Thank you. "</blockquote> Good luck mama. :)"


I supplemented with formula once when we left the hospital for her jaundice, and then decided against it and just breastfed every 1-2 hours. I heard supplementing can cause dairy intolerance.



That, or acid reflux. I tried gas drops last night. She seemed last gassy, but she is spitting up A LOT still.

lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44070 posts
11th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting mommytotxa ♡:</b>" I supplemented with formula once when we left the hospital for her jaundice, and then decided against ... [snip!] ... intolerance. That, or acid reflux. I tried gas drops last night. She seemed last gassy, but she is spitting up A LOT still."</blockquote>



It can take a good two weeks to get all the dairy out of your system. Just keep the dairy away and you should see a gradual change :)

sillygirltracyb_caius1222 4 kids; North Richland Hills, Texas 614 posts
11th Jan '13

My DS had a rough night too.. im guessing the taco pie i ate. Little spicy but not excessive. He had a good poo today. The others were kinda just small amts. He also spit up quite a bit today before lunch.. really hadn't spit up at all..so im hoping he got that gas bubble out.



I was wondering about the gas drops tho. We r still EBF so isnt that usually put in a bottle. How do u do it otherwise? Medicine dropper?

mommytotxa ♡ 2 kids; Kansas 2037 posts
11th Jan '13
Quoting sillygirltracyb_caius1222:" My DS had a rough night too.. im guessing the taco pie i ate. Little spicy but not excessive. He ... [snip!] ... about the gas drops tho. We r still EBF so isnt that usually put in a bottle. How do u do it otherwise? Medicine dropper?"


It comes with a medicine dropper/

lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44070 posts
11th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting mommytotxa ♡:</b>" It comes with a medicine dropper/"</blockquote>




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