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Old 06-05-2010, 03:32 PM   #1
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Josie Dugger is home, again.

Her tummy problems are because she's lactose intolerance. Glad they figured out her problem, but it seems like it took a long time to diganose.

Hopefully, she'll be ok now and can stay home.

http://www.people.com/people/article...391132,00.html

http://www.nydailynews.com/gossip/20..._hospital.html
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Old 06-05-2010, 04:03 PM   #2
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Aw, glad she's back home.

But it took them all this time to diagnose that Josie was lactose intolerant? What about the floating organs she has? Something isn't right.
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does that mean that all the milk that Michelle pumped she cannot use?
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Old 06-05-2010, 04:34 PM   #4
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my dh is lactose intolerant. It took them a long time to figure it out. While he was so sick and losing weight the Dr's told my MIL to fatten him up with milkshakes
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does that mean that all the milk that Michelle pumped she cannot use?
I've never heard of a baby being "allergic" to Mom's milk. My SIL did have to eliminate all milk from her diet while she was nursing. Baby had a gassy tummy, not near what Josie has. She switched to soy for the duration. Her ds is now 9 and has no problem w/ milk.
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Old 06-05-2010, 05:15 PM   #6
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If I remember correctly, they were supplementing with formula.
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My friend's baby was not just lactose intolerant, but seemed to have a milk allergy (one can kill you, one just makes you feel ill).

He had to have a special soy formula...

And of course things are not right... There are going to be a myriad of difficulties with that child, as there are with all micro-premies. They are just choosing not to tell everyone (which I totally understand)
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Old 06-05-2010, 06:21 PM   #8
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does that mean that all the milk that Michelle pumped she cannot use?
My children are lactose intolerant and so am I. I nursed but had to watch that I did not eat or drink milk product, and the hidden fillers that are problems. Hotdogs, some generic medications, the ferious Iron pills I took needed to be switched, in the hospital we both were having blow outs and realized it was the brand of Iron they were giving me.

Mothers milk is the most digestable, if it is free of the diet of lactose, When they added the fillers to plump her up may have contributed, As I needed suppluments for the kids we had to go soy. Even the lactose free formula was not 100% lactose free.

Wishing her well,
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My friend's baby was not just lactose intolerant, but seemed to have a milk allergy (one can kill you, one just makes you feel ill).

He had to have a special soy formula...

And of course things are not right... There are going to be a myriad of difficulties with that child, as there are with all micro-premies. They are just choosing not to tell everyone (which I totally understand)
They were just making it seem like the only problem Josie has is her lactose intolerance. I think they're withholding information on purpose because something is cooking behind the scenes- baby #20, maybe?
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They were just making it seem like the only problem Josie has is her lactose intolerance. I think they're withholding information on purpose because something is cooking behind the scenes- baby #20, maybe?
They can't be pregnant already (of course they could be...) For heaven's sake they are going to have their hands very full with Josie for quite some time. It would be really horrible if she jumped right back on the train at the Gestation Station...........
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They were just making it seem like the only problem Josie has is her lactose intolerance. I think they're withholding information on purpose because something is cooking behind the scenes- baby #20, maybe?
I'm glad she's home, I hope she gets some peace and quiet to grow. I thought her problem was constipation, didn't they report recently she needed 6 enemas a day? Lactose intolerance usually means diarrhea.
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I'm glad she's home, I hope she gets some peace and quiet to grow. I thought her problem was constipation, didn't they report recently she needed 6 enemas a day? Lactose intolerance usually means diarrhea.
Not always but I'm thinking she has more of a milk allergy than lactose intolerance since a milk allergy will cause problems passing stool. My kids couldn't go at all with out medications.
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I know that micro-premies are likely to have myriad health problems, but many of them are not manifested until the child is older. Also, even if they do know of other problems, they may be choosing not to tell anyone until they know what these problems will mean for her and the family.
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Old 06-05-2010, 07:37 PM   #14
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I agree that she could be preggo. She recently said that she was still leaving it up to God and that they knew that people would criticize them. I can't remember if this was People magazine?
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I am glad she is home.

A milk intolerance, not to be confused with lactose intolerance, is very rare in babies but is actually an allergy to the protiens in milk. 2-3% of babies have a MPI. My DS is MPI and we are having him tested to see if he is allergic to soy as well since up to 25% of babies that can't handle milk protiens can't handle soy either. He is on very expensive formula. Lactose intolerance in babies is extremely extremely rare in babies.
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