Chlobo - results take 2-3 weks.
Children's gave me the blood, which I took back to the ped's office. They were about the only place to take the blood, b/c at other places the doc didn't have privileges there. Her office sent in the order, and all (hehe) I had to do was show up, give them insurance info, sign stuff, and go to the lab and do the draw. Then, when I dropped off the blood, I forgot to leave the paperwork
: so I had to drive back there (about 25 minutes away) the next morning so they could mail it off.
I walked forever because I didn't know where I was going at first and parked in the wrong lot. Luckily, the buildings were connected by skybridges, although I did have to walk through a covered parking lot. Thank goodness for the hotsling and stroller; I wore John in the sling and put the paperwork in the infant seat (still use that for now, but need to get convertibles PDQ).
I believe we're getting the 115-food test plus a yeast test. I think yeast might be a strong possibility as well. I've recently gotten, um, a bit itchy, but not enough for a yeast infection. John is horribly itchy when he's sleepy, and he is getting an awful rash from his poop. His tongue is still a bit white, but not as much as before. I don't think his genital itch is as bad as it used to be, but he still grabs himself a lot during diaper changes.
Funny thing I noticed. He's had 2 instances of vomiting lately. Both occured around 3 hours after taking his Florastor (beneficial yeast probiotic), which we both took every day for about 3 weeks then switched to acidopholus/bifidus (per the nutritionist). First dose since switching probiotics was due to ssupected upset tummy, and 2nd dose was recommended by nutritionist (was trying to start him taking it along with the bifidus). I think it was that which made him throw up.