After Beau’s most recent endoscopy, we have a new plan of attack when it comes to figuring out his EOE triggers.
The third week of May each year is National Eosinophil Awareness Week. It’s a week to educate others about eosinophil disorders as well as encourage those who live with it and their families. Eosinophil-associated disorders, a group of uncommon chronic illnesses, are rapidly emerging as a healthcare problem worldwide. Yet many patients suffering from these disorders […]
We are grateful that his counts lowered from the swallowed steroids but also realize it wasn’t enough to put him into remission.
After we learned of our son’s Eosinophilic Esophagitis diagnosis, we began with a natural treatment plan including a special diet and supplements.
Because the Elimination diet didn’t work well enough, my husband and I have chosen to restrict Beau’s diet even more.
For now, our little fun-loving two year old is thriving and nearly oblivious to his food limitations.
As much as I love to cook and bake from scratch, sometimes it’s nice to have go-to packaged food that I can feed him when I need to prep a quick meal or at the park for a picnic.
After researching Eosinophilic Esophagitis, I was aware of the Elimination Diet, but wanted an official diagnosis before putting my big-appetite eater through the toils of a more limited diet.
After taking an acid suppression medication consistently for more than two months, Beau underwent his second EGD.