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    JessieWIth2 posted:
    hello everyone!
    my daughter just turned one and shes lactose intolerant
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    well a couple week ago i had her tested cause she had a rash with hives including welts that kept recurring. come to find out from the test last week shes allergic to milk egg whites and SOY!!!! she weighs 18 lbs 4 ounce she doesn't like any kind of meat and im at a lost. can anyone help me or recommend anything that will help her and also gain weight.
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