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FPIES: Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome
09/25/2017
...Food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome typically affects infants and young children. It is also called FPIES – pronounced like the letter “F” followed by the word “pies.” FPIES is a rare type of food allergy that affects the digestive tract. Symptoms show up a few hours after eating. The hallmark symptom is severe vomiting. There can also be diarrhea, lethargy, dehydration, low blood pressure, and low body temperature. Milk, soy, rice, and oats are some...
...Patient History: Riley was only a few days old when he started experiencing severe diarrhea and spitting up. His parents Michele and John switched him almost immediately from Good Start to soy formula since they had experienced similar symptoms with their two older daughters who had done well on the soy. Unfortunately Riley’s symptoms persisted and he developed a rash on his face. Doctors diagnosed him with reflux and “normal” infant facial rash. “My...
A Mother’s Tale: Learning About My Baby’s Milk Allergy
...counter formula that smelled no better than a cleaner or human waste. My baby girl developed explosive diarrhea filled with blood and mucus. It eventually came out in a neon green color and then transformed into a clear color, like water. In one weeks time she had lost ounces of weight and lay lifeless. She had stopped crying. She had stopped fighting. We now stopped listening to our doctor’s office and took her straight to...
09/24/2013
...some formula-fed infants. You can read more about the evidence of how nucleotides may support growth in this publication. Nucleotides may also help to reduce how often formula-fed infants get diarrhea and how long the diarrhea lasts. Here is evidence that adding nucleotides to infant formula may minimize diarrhea. Many infants who need an elemental formula may have experienced growth delays while trying to find the right formula. We at Nutricia want to do everything...
01/27/2011
...If often happens when starting the first formulas or solid foods. (Breast milk doesn’t usually cause an FPIES reaction, even if the mother has eaten a trigger food). Each child is different, but the most common symptoms of FPIES involve the GI tract, most often projectile vomiting. This means that it often looks like a stomach bug. Diarrhea can also occur, but is less common. There is almost always a delay in onset of symptoms...
06/29/2010
...the body at once. Fortunately, this can be treated with the prescription drug epinephrine, which is available on-the-go in small auto-injectors. Common food allergy symptoms include: Skin rash or hives; Swelling of the tongue and throat; Breathing problems including asthma; Vomiting and/or diarrhea; and Abdominal pain and cramping. Currently, there are no medications that cure food allergies, so it is necessary for children and adults with food allergies to avoid allergenic foods. It is critical...
Multiple Food Allergy Signs & Symptoms
04/05/2022
Signs and symptoms of food allergies may be immediate or may take several hours or even several days to appear. They result from the immune system treating the offending foods as dangerous invaders. Food allergies may cause a range of signs and symptoms,...
Cow Milk Allergy Diet and Management
03/29/2022
There is currently no cure for a cow milk protein allergy (CMPA). As with any food allergy, the surest way to manage CMPA is to avoid cow milk and any foods that contain dairy proteins. For infants, the first choice is to continue feeding breast milk, and if the doctor advises mom will avoid milk and dairy in her diet, under medical supervision. (She may need to supplement her diet with some nutrients...
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