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My son has his autism diagnosis. The diagnosis i was looking into was for autoimmune diseases. Thank you tho 😊
Thank you. I will speak to his GI dr when we see him next month.
The question is why are you not wanting to use the inhaler?
Honestly, there is not many options available to help asthma issues if the asthma is so severe that it needs the use of an inhaler or nebulizer treatments.
I know from our experience that I can turn the shower on hot water and sit in the bathroom with my son and let him breathe in the hot steam and it will help him some. But it doesnt help as well as his meds do.
There are good tasting amazing alternatives these days to lactose. There are various nuts milks as well as lactose free milks. Some don’t taste that bad.June 1, 2019 at 12:31 am in reply to: Nut allergies, early introduction, and late allergic reaction #201715
That’s good advice and completely true. My son’s peanut allergy did not develop til around 5 yrs old
I would go to an allergist to have nut testing done just in case there is some sort of reaction. They are equipped to handle the reaction.
We started getting my son allergy tested at the age of 9 months due to him having allergic reactions to his formula and an antibiotic. So I believe that any age is a good age to start if you have a concern.