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Dd has been dairy free for almost a week now. The only improvement we've seen is that she doesn't seem to be quite as itchy as she was. Though as I say that she stated scratching her chest. Is this to soon for me to start seeing improvement? She is also on a steroid cream for the worst spots and getting lotioned twice daily. It's pretty clear to me the carpet is causing her problems, she was crawling around without pants tonight and her legs look much worse then they did earlier in the evening. But I'm pretty sure and so is the ped that there is a food component as well. So anyway is it to soon for me to start seeing some improvement or should I remove another food from her diet. If so what next?
 

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We have been dairy free for over a year now. It takes 2-3 weeks for dairy to leave the body. Some people can see improvements by the 2week mark whereas some it could take a month. Keeping a food diary could possibly be helpful. It could show a pattern that you did not realize before.<br>
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