I can keep you posted, as our story is currently in progress... but...
Ovi is allergic to dairy, and going off of it made a huge difference in how frequently he pooped (and in his skin, which was the motivation.)
But after lots more green mucusy poops, irritability, and now the diagnosis of "failure to thrive" (he weighed in at 12 pounds at 20 weeks), I'm now n dr.sears' elimination diet. This is only the first week, but I've noticed HUGE changes, including
a) fewer pees, but bigger ones
b) clearer signalling/abiliy to "hold it" til I get him to the sink.
I drink 2 liters or so of water everyday, too, and thought that was largely responsible for the every 15 minute peeing during every waking hour. but i'm still drinking that much water.
I would start by *totally* eliminating dairy. See how it goes (and keep your calorie count up!!!!) zthe max time I've heard is 4 weeks to get it out of both of your systems-- the min is 2 weeks. Then you can start by adding in one type of dairy at a time, starting w/ butter (which, since it is mainly fat is not too hard for most babes.)
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DS1, 8 years. DS2, 6 years. DS3, 2 years. DD1, due April 2015