Gary did become lactose intolerent after having Coxsakievirus a few years agoi. This was a problem since he is allergic to soy. Five weeks of no dairy and he was fine. Good luck!
THANK YOU so much ... how is it going by you? I will read your other post in a moment ... think of you alot!
So now this makes 4 out of 4 who have seen the pedi GI .. the one in Central Jersey .. what a hike in the pouring rain yesterday!
Wow, you really do have your hands full. 4 out of 4, is that all of your little ones who have had to see a GI? Your poor kids, that's got to be hard on you all. Glad you got some good answers, and I hope she feels better soon.
yes, and the dog has seasonal allergies!
Really? I had no idea dogs had them, but I guess it makes sense. You poor thing! My cat has anxiety attacks, I thought that was bad, but we have learned how to deal with him. Hope this season is not too ruff!
Yes, I give 1tsp of Benadryl to the dog! Anxiety attacks for a cat .. what next!
We used to to Miralax on a regular basis and it helped alot with the intestinal cramps and pain. Another thing to try is oatmeal if she will eat it. That really keeps the poops moving! Then as she got a little older and started eating more veggies it seemed to be okay as long as she didnt eat too many carbs.