Background: There is a long drawn out story I could go into but I will spare you the details lol Basically DD had a ton of "intolerances" as an infant and then they magically got better when we stopped vaxing. ( I now a lot of kids have real intolerances I just think hers were a reaction to the vax b/c we eliminated everything and were basically down to just lettuce and she was still bleeding in her intestines and 3 months after we stopped vaxing for unrelated reasons she was completely healed) She was absolutely fine and we could eat anything with no issues. Then at her 15 m/o visit we were sort of talked into doing just HIB all alone and the day after that she got her first ear infection followed by 5 more in just 5 months... (whether or not you think it is vax related is irrelevant I am just posting how it actually happened) So we switched peds and are going to a holistic pedi now. He thinks a lot of what she has been through was vax related and we are working with him to re-build her immune system and things like that. Since she got another double ear infection a few days ago he said she probably has a dairy allergy now. (20 m/o now)
Current: So now we are eliminating all dairy. (which we ate little of anyway) I am wondering if it is more if she directly eats it or if I have a little and it's in my BM if that would effect her? The only thing I really want is my coffee creamer which has sodium caseiate (sp) which is milk derived...do you think having that in my coffee will cause a reaction? It doesn't have any other dairy products in it and is lactose free...even though I know lactose doesn't matter with an actual allergy.