Okay. Through process of elimination, I think my daughter may have an allergy, or best case, a sensitivity to milk. I say I *think*, because she can eat cheese and full fat yogurt, without any issue.
So about a week after she turned one we started to transition DD to WCM. It just happened to coincide with her being on antibiotics for her first ear infection. She started to get a yeast rash after her first antibiotic poop. No biggie, it was expected. Started her on probiotics and finished her 10 day course of meds.
Now I have a history of environmental allergies, and DH food allergies, so we took the transition to WCM slowly. At about 1.5-2 weeks she was fully transitioned to milk. Around that time she developed a rash all over her arms and legs. We were worried about allergies so took her to the Dr. The nurse practitioner told us she didn't think it was an allergy to milk since DD wasn't having any diarrhea, and didn't seem to have an upset stomach.
Fast forward a week. The rash on her arms and legs is not as red, but is still present, and that yeast rash is still there, has not gotten any better. We've done Monistat, switched to Lotrimin (which I find is crap, but I was desperate). We do baking soda baths, naked bum time, and tons of zinc oxide cream. I've also noticed (sorry, might be TMI) but she has a definite allergic ring around her anus. It is super red. She hasn't had any other different foods. The only constant newer thing is the milk.
Out of desperation we bought a few cans of formula (she was EFF before the milk) to try. I'm going to call our Dr on Mon, but I thought I would ask all of you for your thoughts in the meantime.
Time to make Emilie a big sister!
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