Hi again MoobyDoo I reread your post again and did want to tell you to please keep your little one on some type of maintainence med along with the low res diet. I learned a very hard lesson after I decided I didn't want/need to take maintainence meds anymore. What happens is that the disease continues doing its damage sometimes when we don't even know it. I ended up developing so much scar tissue from the inflammation happening and healing when I didn't know it was even happening, that I fully obstructed. I don't want the samething to happen to your little one. If you go back and read some posts by others, you will see many learned the same lesson the same hard way, because of not taking meds. If things calm down with this diet as they have with me, then maybe just keep her on the Pentasa. It really is a mild med. Also, I didn't do as well on Pentasa, but am successfully maintained with the sister med Asacol. Maybe you can try switching to that?? Good luck!
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