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Feb 08, 2010
?s re: MPSI, solutabs
How do you know if your child has MPSI? Are there tests? Diet changes? What's the latest discussion re: prevacid solutabs and oral aversion? My daughter (FTT, GERD) takes the solutab dissolved in water. Cause oral aversions?
Feb 08, 2010
Debbie, Mom to:
Derek,10/29/02 GERD,Can't have any legumes(soy, being the worse), allergic to PN/Tree Nuts, struggled to gain weight for years, my "picky" eater,Takes Zegerid. Johnny, 12/05/99 GERD, managed by diet, allergic to cashews/pistachios.
re: MPSI, solutabs
Hi, There's no test for MPSI. You have to not eat milk or soy, most people can have soy oil and lecithin though. It causes stomach discomfort and loose stools in my son. The solutab has dairy in it, so a lot of kids have a problem with it if they can't have dairy, my son never tolerated it. I think oral aversion comes with reflux a lot because they are so irritated, also reflux meds can suppress the appetite making kids want to eat less.
Check with your
doctor first!