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We're remote ECing, unschooling, free ranging goat dairy farmers.
|Michael, but I believe you are both alarmist and incorrect. I also think it's really arrogant to come into a forum and start spouting random and false advice to women who have already been around the allergy wheel a few times.|
|OK, talk to me about foods in the nightshade family, because it's looking like ds (15 months) is allergic to them.|
|Although tomatoes are a commonly consumed food, severe allergic reactions to tomatoes are unusual or rarely reported. Previously reported allergic manifestations to tomato include urticaria/angioedema, dermatitis, perioral dermatitis, Oral Allergy Syndrome, rhinitis, and abdominal pain. Tomato pollen may trigger rhinitis and/or conjunctivitis. This study reports on two patients with significant immediate hypersensitivity reactions to tomato. Both adults experienced laryngeal edema and one had anaphylaxis. (Zacharisen 2002 ref.5806 3)|
He's sensitive enough that if I eat half a french fry and then nurse him several hours later, he'll be screaming for upwards of 8 hours, rashy for a week, and will have diarrhea for 2 weeks.
Hi earthmama, I have never heard that solanine would be in mothers milk. They did research with cattle and found none in milk. This is news to be sure.