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.
It’s been a long two months trying to fill up our little guy up with meat, fruit and veggies.
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 EoE, I was aware of the Elimination Diet, but wanted an official diagnosis before putting my big-appetite eater hrough the toils of a more limited diet.
After taking an acid suppression medication consistently for more than two months, Beau underwent his second EGD.