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Do all children and teens eventually outgrow fpies (food protein induced enterocolitis syndrome)?

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Marianne DiNapoli
Obstetrics & Gynecology
5 doctors agree

In brief: Mostly yes

Food protein induced enterocolitis syndrome (fpies) is a "non-ige" allergic reaction to proteins found in infant formula (cow milk or soy) and in some baby foods.
The prognosis is good, with many children outgrowing it by the time they are three years old. However, they don't outgrow all the allergies at the same time, so testing by allergists is needed to find out which foods are safe to try.

In brief: Mostly yes

Food protein induced enterocolitis syndrome (fpies) is a "non-ige" allergic reaction to proteins found in infant formula (cow milk or soy) and in some baby foods.
The prognosis is good, with many children outgrowing it by the time they are three years old. However, they don't outgrow all the allergies at the same time, so testing by allergists is needed to find out which foods are safe to try.
Marianne DiNapoli
Marianne DiNapoli
Answer assisted by Marianne Di Napoli, Medical Student
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Aaron Stupple
General Practice
3 doctors agree

In brief: Nearly all

Fpies is a difficult diagnosis, done basically by observation of severe symptoms and relief with diet elimination.
Included in the syndrome description is resolution with age. Patch testing use is limited. Fpies is diagnosed in early childhood (<2 years). In teenagers, careful investigation to rule out other entities should be performed before fpies is diagnosed.

In brief: Nearly all

Fpies is a difficult diagnosis, done basically by observation of severe symptoms and relief with diet elimination.
Included in the syndrome description is resolution with age. Patch testing use is limited. Fpies is diagnosed in early childhood (<2 years). In teenagers, careful investigation to rule out other entities should be performed before fpies is diagnosed.
Aaron Stupple
Aaron Stupple
Answer assisted by Aaron Stupple, Medical Student
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