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tummy troubles

(7 Posts)
SenoraPostrophe Thu 14-Jul-05 20:00:33

dd has had a "poorly belly" on and off for over a week now. I haven't taken her to the docs or worried really because it's always better within hours. She was sick a few days ago and her poos are a bit loose, but there's none of that diarrhea smell, and it's not that loose.

But anyway its been going on for a while now so i thought I'd keep her on a bland diet for a few days. problem is, I need a reminder of what is in a bland diet. I'm thinking:

no fruit (at least no acidic fruit)
no dairy
no curries.

Is that right? And do i need to cut out all dairy? When she was in hospital, the nurses said that yoghurt was OK, but not milk (they said a lot of things though). also should I take her to the docs do you think?

Chandra Thu 14-Jul-05 20:09:12

Yoghurt makes DS vomit when he has a poorly stomach.

I would avoid fry ups as well.

katymac Thu 14-Jul-05 20:13:52

My Dh swears by apples (peeled and sliced for DD)
I like dry Toast

I'd avoid yoghurt - but she probably won't fancy it

SenoraPostrophe Fri 15-Jul-05 13:55:55

thanks you two.

not looking forward to denying her her usual yoghurt at tea time!

katymac Fri 15-Jul-05 21:57:46

How is she?
Did she want the yoghurt?

SenoraPostrophe Sat 16-Jul-05 09:42:32

well she says she's fine this morning. She did want a yoghurt, but seems to be finally at the age where she'll listen to reason.

katymac Sat 16-Jul-05 11:15:09

Good I'm glad she's better

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