I myself have about a billion food intolerances. gluten, eggs, dairy, soy, beans, meat, fructose, and the list goes on and on. So as you can imagine, we have a pretty strict diet in our house. I started noticing that my 19 month old would get mild diarrhea after eating something with a tomato sauce. This was months ago, while my husband was deployed and I was occasionaly giving her boxed toddler meals. I thought maybe it was because she wasn't used to the gluten, which may have had something to do with it, since shes gluten free as well. So I stopped giving them to her, and returned to cooking from scratch. She seemed to do better with my tomato based sauces at first, but its started getting worse. Now there is mucous in her stool regularly. It started while she had a cold, so the doctor said it was from her being sick, but then it never went away. Its not every single day, but its pretty often. The other morning I gave her an orange. She had diarrhea later on that day. Yesterday while I was at work, my husband gave her orange jello, with mandarin oranges in it, and she had spaghetti for dinner. When I went into her room this morning, her diarrhea was so bad it had gotten all over her bed. So I'm thinking this is a citrus intolerance? Has anyone else dealt with this? :( Poor thing...
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