I just found out that my son is lactose sensitive. I have changed my diet (under doctor's orders) and nothing seemed to work. My doctor even suggested trying some lactose sensitive formula. So we tried it and it works. No more bad gas and no more fighting it. We're not fighting burps but farting, burping and screaming for 1/2 hour or more when he got breast milk.
Here's my issue. I have a lot of milk frozen. I have a small chest freezer full of frozen milk and I have no idea what to do with it. I have to pump because he had latching on issues and now this. I'm already having concerns with not giving my boy my breast milk cause I have enough.
My question is has anyone else gone through this? What did you do? I feel terrible even though I know I'm doing everything that I can for him.
My youngest had that and I had to cut out all dairy including trace dairy in products. Its hard when things you don't think have any dairy actually do. If you still want to BF there are a number of sites that list hidden dairy ingredients.
I would see about donating you milk that you have and can't give to your LO.
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