January 2008 v.s. August 2009
Egg: Was: > 100 Now: >100 (Still high, the highest)
Casein: January 2008: 45.3
Milk: August 2009: 10.9
Peanut: Was 37.6 Now: 24.5 (Improved)
Wheat: Was: 52.4 Now: 24.6 (Improved)
The good news is: Milk, Wheat, Peanut numbers went down.
The bad news is: Egg white and yoke has stayed the same.
To do a food challenge the allergist wants the numbers to be < .35
The test he just did he only did the milk protein not casein but it baffles me that milk is that low -I mean, come on - remember the bad reaction to milk at dayare back in March? There is no way his milk is that low.
How were we going to do a food challenge for wheat back in April at another doctor's office when wheat is higher then milk and he was just recently exposed to wheat with no reaction.
No food challenge with this doctor in the near future, off to find another doctor or go back to the one who tried to do the wheat challenge in April.
I am confused and frustrated that two different doctor's and two different opinion. So when you go to get a second opinion and it is different, which is correct?