|the good thing is that she doesnt refuse to eat or screams after vomiting.
In most cases she seams realived and contempt after vomiting.
We cut out dairy, brocolli, califlower, chocolate and orange juice for two days this seamed to work for two feeds yesterday afternoon were there was no vomiting. But the vomiting returned later that night and three feeds later still vomiting.
|thank you for all the information.
We have cut out of our diet a few foods and it seems to be working. The main foods we have cut are chocalates, cheese, dairy, cauliflower, brocalli, cabbage and orange juice last thursday and friday. This made a change. Saturday afternoon she had three feeds without vomiting. I did though have cauliflower soup saturday night. Two feeds later she was again vomiting. Dont want to put her through that so im not going to experiment for awhile. I think the soup has now gone through my system cause she has once again improved since late sunday and hasnt vomited. Will indroduce one type of food in about a week that we have cut out but certainly not cauliflower.
The main thing is that she has put on weight since the diet change. She went from putting on just 10grams the week before to putting on 240grams in the last 4-5days.
|by introducing one item at a time we will be able to pin point what the actual food is that is causing this. Thus eliminating it all together from our diets for long while.
It has been great so far. Her weight has been increasing by the day.
|it is extremely rare for an infant to be lactose intolerant. It is almost always the case of mspi.|
yea, just thought i'd put the suggestion out there. Wouldn't hurt to check. It happened to my friend, even though it's rare.