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*charliesmum*

Member Since 10 Nov 2011
Offline Last Active Oct 15 2014 01:21 AM
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In Topic: Feeling Angry!

14 October 2014 - 02:57 AM

Thank you for your message weluvgators, very helpful :)

I have taken Charlie to the doctors this morning for reassurance as his stools are still far from solid :unsure: She said it sounds a bit too much of a coincidence for it to not be the noodles that have caused his tummy troubles but we are to take in a stool sample just to check for bugs!

Charlie has made it clear he doesn't want to go back to the base which is understandable but there are occasions when he is going to need to go. I may send him with a pack up. The doctor seemed to think this was a good idea not only to ensure the food he eats is gluten free but also for him to regain confidence in what he is eating is ok.


In Topic: Feeling Angry!

13 October 2014 - 11:37 AM

Thank you very much for your replies. Much appreciated x

In Topic: Feeling Angry!

13 October 2014 - 07:28 AM

The school itself is briliant. He has all gluten free dinners there and has had no problems (school lunches are free for all infant children so the scholl must cater to dietry requirements). The base is a separate run after school club but she assured me that other children attend that follow a gluten free diet and they could cater for his needs. I understand what your saying about taking your own food etc. I did ask if I needed to take him something in.
Do you think these symptoms are from eating the noodles with it being over a week ago? I have rang the dietician but could only leave a message and wait for a call back. How long do symptoms go on for? I myself am coeliac and gluten free but we havent had an 'accident' like this before x