Karen in CO Posted August 1, 2012 Share Posted August 1, 2012 I'm not new to this I've known my youngest was allergic to dairy since she was a baby. Last year, we confirmed that she is celiac, but we knew she had more allergies. Yesterday, we started allergy testing. She's tiny so they weren't able to test for a lot of things, but we found out that she's allergic to dairy (knew that), soy, apples, tomatoes, raspberries, peas, and mustard. I'm feeling unsure about everything today. How can my baby be allergic to apples? They're supposed to be good for you. And raspberries? It is one of the few fruits she likes. Soy? She's allergic to dairy and soy is one of the alternatives - we've used it sparingly, but still, it is pervasive. Mustard ? Did you know it is the 4th most common food allergen and is unlabeled in the US? Tomatoes? we have rice pasta with a veggie meat sauce once a week. I've been poisoning her? Her persistent eczema is caused by my red sauce? She's so little and is frequently in pain - I'm unsettled by these allergies. There are lots of foods that she eats that we didn't test for. How do I know that she's not allergic to them too? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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