We saw the GI specialist this week and she's sending us to a new allergist who specializes in FPIES and works with toddlers. His poopy/rash issues may be due to acid in foods (such as fructose in fruits). We will need to start a very long process of elimination diets to determine what he is intolerant to but the end result should help with his allergies, asthma, tummy troubles, and even his hearing!
We may need to return to physical therapy for her hip/leg/tummy issues. At the zoo today she was physically in too much pain to continue walking before we had even reached the farm at the other end of the zoo.
Her asthma WAS really well under control, finally, and now allergy season is upon us. She coughs all day and night and struggling with breathing and wheezing. Remembering to have her use her maintenance inhalers, nebs, nasal sprays, and meds is tough enough. Upping them to the "yellow zone" feels like she's constantly taking meds. Since she hates to do so and does not cooperate I feel like we spend the entire day on meds!
Phew, that brain dump already makes me feel lighter. :)