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    Welcome Emily, I just want to let you know that if you are taking iron to boost your anemia it is best to eat real oranges for the vitamin C to make sure you do absorb the iron. If in a rush at the very least have vitamin C with it.
    incidentally is your shoulder pain in joints or muscles? his used to be both, but felt it overwhelmingly in his leg muscles (he went from being a bit of a soccer player to barely being able to walk most mornings and also at the end of a school day). now he mostly has joint pain in his knees, and sometimes some muscle pain, but more often "deadness" where they just feel like it is hard to walk...
    a little over a year and a half (TTG down from somewhere north of 100 to 20)... when he has stomach problems he doesn't eat dairy, but otherwise he does it and it seems to be fine... and the doctors have said it is fine for him to eat, but I do worry that it is inflammatory, so we work to reduce dairy and eat lots of veg, but at the same time he is also now growing pretty fast and extremely h...