Has your child experienced severe episodes of vomiting after eating infant cereal and/or first foods; or drinking formula? Do you question whether or not a specific food or foods may be contributing to your infant’s worsening symptoms of periodic vomiting, chronic diarrhea, reflux and/or failure to thrive? These symptoms may indicate a need to speak with your child’s doctor about an FPIES evaluation.

Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (F-PIES) is a type of food allergy affecting the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Classic symptoms of FPIES include profuse vomiting, diarrhea, and dehydration. These symptoms can lead to severe lethargy, change in body temperature and blood pressure. Unlike typical food allergies, symptoms may not be immediate and do not show up on standard allergy tests. Furthermore, a negative allergy evaluation may delay the diagnosis and take the focus off the causative food. Nonetheless, FPIES can present with severe symptoms following ingestion of a food trigger. Learn More….

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 NORD Member Logo July 22, 2016: The FPIES Foundation is proud to be among the NORD members of rare disease organizations.
 13043649_1362402343785458_5704191837600495005_n July 21, 2016: Our friends at Global Genes is offering a great webinar on ways to effectively communicate with health care providers. The webinar is Aug 9 at 1pm EST (10am PST).
cropped zen garden strength rock July 12, 2016: “When Life Hits the Fan”. Beautifully written, essential advice from an ‪‎FPIES‬ mom who has been there. Guest blog by Honor Genetski will help anyone navigating a rare disease.
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