most likely culprit of hives in toddler?
5yr old ds has PA, 3yr old ds KNA.
This morning I noticed possible hives on the small of 1yr old ds's back. They faded then reappeared after lunch. Of course he's had a bunch of different possible culprits to eat and I BF so it could be almost anything...any thoughts on the most likely culprit? Here's what he ate:
Whole grain Thomas english muffin with tomato and tomato sauce and cheese, craisins and maybe one little bite of a moon pie. Craisins and tomato are fairly new foods for him. Do people have allergies to cranberries? He is sensitive to soy, but always a rash around the face to soy protein. The moonpie does have soy flour. He has been prick tested negative to at least wheat, milk, soy (!)and fish as I recall. My personal comfort zone is probably tighter than many PA kids although I am not allergic so I don't think it's PA through bf'ing. Thanks for the help.
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