My nine month old son was thriving the first few months on breastmilk. He then started developing rashes, and then suddenly started refusing feedings, there was also mucus in his stools. They diagnosed him with reflux and food allergies, as well as torticollis. I went on an elimination diet, with no change in him. We then changed to an ellimental formula resulting in no change and now he is on neocate (the most ellimental there is). He has been hospitalized twice and has been through three upper GI's one with a small bowel follow through as well as a colonoscopy and endoscopy all showing he was normal with no internal rash. The mucus in stool has stopped but he still has trouble swallowing his bottles and refuses all solids. Sometimes I can get him to take a bottle while asleep, but now this is not happening as often as it was. He stopped sleeping through the night at four months and is now up every hour throughout the night. His RAST test showed he was allegric to peanuts and eggs (which are not in his diet) and he is on an adult dose of Prevacid for the reflux. They found enlarged lymph nodes in his neck (via MRI and sonogram) Blood work was done and everything is normal. He is reaching milestones. What could be wrong?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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