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GFSAHmom

Member Since 31 Jan 2012
Offline Last Active Jan 01 2013 11:52 AM
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In Topic: Should I Call Doctor?

15 March 2012 - 06:56 PM

I'll call his Ped in the morning and see what the nurse says to do. I don't believe he's dehydrated but he is losing weight.

In Topic: Should I Call Doctor?

15 March 2012 - 06:52 PM

I dont know of any Numbers to call as far as hotlines. My son is drinking alot and peeing pretty normal. What I am thinking of giving him cream of rice for breakfast and some toast. He ate corn and meatloaf for dinner. He's waking up 3 times a night for a drink fill up and peeing on the potty each time he does. He went along time today without peeing but we were playing outside all day. I just hate to waste to run him to the dr for them to tell me what to do exactly what i'm already doing. I'm also concerned because he's lost weight over the last 5 days. That really bothers me. Tomorrow i'm going to step up the calories and fiber! Seems like he's fine until he eats, then it's diarreah right away! and lots of gas!

In Topic: Non-Supportive Family?

01 March 2012 - 05:52 PM

I'm sorry your DH isn't being supportive. I think he should talk to the doctor but ALSO talk to someone with celiac. If he understood the pain and suffering his daugher may be going through, maybe that would help him understand. Our son has celiac but my husband and I don't. As parents, we have to put our wants aside sometimes and do what's best for our kids. (although I would really enjoy a REAL donut) I don't know you or your husband's names but I will add you to my prayers tonight. I pray you will be able to help her as a team...It's much easier that way :) I'm sure he'll catch on soon enough. I hope the diet works for your daughter.

p.s. Perhaps you could give him a small snack cupboard that he can keep his GLUTENY snacks in and only eat them when she is not around. then wash his hands and use a paperplate so he doesnt drop crumbs. It's a great compromise!!

In Topic: We Need To Start A Thread On Stupid Stuff Doctors Say!

23 February 2012 - 08:10 PM

1st visit to the Pediatric GI for my 2.5yr old son.
Us: How is Glute Free Food?
Doc: It's horrible. I'd have to kill myself if i couldn't have regular pasta.

I'm glad my son was too little to pay any attention to him.
He's still a good doctor though....just alittle ODD! ;)

In Topic: I Want Macaroni And Cheese!

23 February 2012 - 07:46 PM

DelBoles Elbow Corn Macaroni, velteeta Cheese, milk, butter. YUMMMMYYY I loooove it and i'm a mac n cheese fan! my 2.5yr old loves it too:)