I'm a newbie to this board, but have been on TB forever. My kiddo (almost 16 mo.) recently underwent blood tests at our Family Practice clinic, and the results came back with mild/moderate reactions to dogs, cats (we have both), eggs and a "Highly Clinically Significant" reaction to wheat. The reactions that prompted the testing were eczema, hives, and bright red rashes on hands and feet. Our Dr. sent the test results to me online, with a note that said, basically, "Perhaps this will help in dictating food choices for your son going forward." No plan, no explanations, nada.
So I made an appointment with a Pediatric Allergist, and my question to you all is:
What questions should I ask?
I am feeling a bit lost.
I did a basic search to see if this had been asked/answered before, but I didn't find much. Any help or suggestions you might have would be much appreciated. Also if I've missed an important piece of info. in this intro, please let me know and I will fill in where I can.
Married to my amazing wife 6/12/10
TTC since 6/11
Unmedicated IUI #1 - 6/28/11 - BFN
Unmedicated IUI #2 - 7/25/11 - BFN
Robotic Myomectomy (Fibroid Surgery) - 11/15/11
Unmedicated IUI #3 - 4/24/12 - BFN
Progesterone Supported Leuteal Phase IUI #4 - 6/21/12 - BFP!!
Baby Boy G Born 3/24/13
On to #2, are we crazy?
IUI #1 - 11/28/14 - BFP! Beta #1 (11DPO) 34, Beta #2 (13DPO) 101, Beta #3 (20DPO) 3043
Ultrasound at 6w4d shows a single, fluttering heartbeat. Say hello to Sticky Ricki!