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03/31/2016
...of the path you took, a diagnosis is really just the beginning of your journey. Now what? In this post, we’ll walk you through some suggestions for the next questions to ask your healthcare team. Now that your loved one (or you) has a diagnosis, what are the next steps you need to take to keep life moving forward? What are our options? You may have already received this information, but if not this is...
...FOR, MEDICAL ADVICE, DIAGNOSIS OR TREATMENT. THE NUTRICIA DIGITAL PROPERTIES, INCLUDING THE MATERIAL AND ANY RELATED SERVICES OR INFORMATION, DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE PRACTICE OF ANY MEDICAL, NURSING OR OTHER PROFESSIONAL HEALTH CARE ADVICE, DIAGNOSIS OR TREATMENT. ALWAYS SEEK THE ADVICE OF A PHYSICIAN OR OTHER QUALIFIED HEALTH CARE PROVIDER WITH ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING PERSONAL HEALTH OR MEDICAL CONDITIONS. IF YOU HAVE OR SUSPECT THAT YOU HAVE A MEDICAL PROBLEM OR CONDITION, PLEASE CONTACT A...
10/19/2017
...When choosing a formula after a food allergy diagnosis, how can you tell the difference between various formula types? When your little has a cow milk allergy, the doctor will walk you through management options. The first should be for mom to eliminate dairy and for baby to keep breastfeeding. However, sometimes a formula is necessary to supplement or replace breast milk. Nutrition questions and navigating feeding options can overwhelm even the most seasoned...
Israel’s Multiple Food Allergies Journey to Diagnosis
...and full of energy! He just turned one year old in December 2010 and now we are starting on Neocate Jr. As a mother, I couldn’t be happier! Thanks to Neocate! -Karen Adams Our post today is a guest blog entry from Karen Adams, Israel’s mom. We’d like to thank her for guest blogging for us. Update on 8/4/11: Karen provided an update that Israel is still allergic to milk. They’ve transitioned to Neocate Junior...
12/17/2011
...means that traditional blood or skin testing will be negative for the foods that cause FPIES reactions. Unlike traditional IgE allergies, FPIES reactions do not manifest with itching, hives, swelling, coughing or wheezing. Symptoms typically only involve the gastrointestinal system, not other body organs or systems. Final Thoughts FPIES is a rare condition that often goes undiagnosed, or can take a while to diagnose. This is because traditional allergy tests are negative and diagnosis is...
08/08/2019
...whatever strikes your fancy and happens to be available at the moment. We all have many of these life or health events that can inspire a diet change. Perhaps you have planned a diet change in your life as a New Year’s resolution, after a health concern or new diagnosis, or even due to a general life event such as a birthday or milestone that inspires you to change. One thing that all of you...
06/15/2017
...after a health concern or new diagnosis, or even due to a general life event such as a birthday or milestone that inspires you to change. One thing that all of you reading this most likely have in common is that you have embarked on a diet change due a medical concern or food allergy diagnosis, either for yourself or a loved one.   Diet changes are viewed as individual efforts A diet change for...
...challenging situation. We were thrilled to welcome twin boys into our family (especially after having 3 girls in a row). From the get go these guys were miserable, fussy, and adorable. At first their diagnosis was uncertain. At 7 weeks of age they developed eczema (a very itchy rash) that gradually spread from their face to their torso in spite of multiple visits to dermatologists (and many topical steroids). Our babies slept little, grew very...
   
 
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