Timings query

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Timings query

Postby AB&M » 19 Mar 2012, 12:32

Ok just wondering if you can help me rule out coincidence...

I've been dairy free (milk, butter, cheese, milk Choc) for 3 weeks. I'm using soya milk & marg.

Kittens wind has GREATLY improved.

I had ice cream @6 last night then fed her @7,11,1 & 3. Come 3/4am she was a writhing bag of wind :cry

Would the ice cream have an effect based on those timings??
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Re: Timings query

Postby Fozza » 19 Mar 2012, 12:41

Sounds like it. an hour wouldn't be enough I am guessing the 1 or 3am feed. If I had cheesecake for dinner after A has gone to bed he was sicky the next day and doesn't feed over night. So 10 hours in my system = instant sick effect for him. Does that make sense?
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Re: Timings query

Postby AB&M » 19 Mar 2012, 13:09

Yes I was thinking the 1am feed was what upset her as she was upset by 3am. So slightly more than a coincidence.

I'll keep to Swedish glacé next time!!
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