Took my son back to the doctor last week for his test results. He is very allergic to casein, cheddar cheese, cottage cheese, cow's milk, goat's milk, and yogurt. He shows mild allergies to peanuts, olives, walnuts and sweet potatoes. He had been eating a lot of sweet potatoes so may not be allergic to those. He showed overgrowth of 3 different kinds of yeast and some other bacterias. He has wheat and milk peptides in his urine. He doesn't show allergies to wheat though. The results to the hair testing were not in yet. The doctor is putting him on Diflucan and some digestive enzymes. He is to continue the Gastrocrom for now, but the doctor said that he could start taking it only once a day. He has to avoid wheat and milk especially. The doctor said that I am doing him more harm than good to give in and let him have the milk or wheat occasionally. Once the yeast and bacteria are taken care of, he wants to start him on EPD Immunotherapy. Jacob also had a lot of antibodies from airborne and/ or chemical allergies. The doctor told me to expect problems when I start him on the Diflucan. He said that he could break out in a rash from head to toe and have behavior problems that will last for 2 to 3 weeks. He said that this is not an allergic reaction but a result of the chemicals that the yeast give off when they die. Has anyone had experience with this? I thought of another question since I talked to the doctor. Maybe someone could help me with this. I have read quite a bit about the wheat and milk peptides in relation to autism. My son does not display autistic behavior. Is he just lucky or are there other kids that have the same problem and are labeled ADHD and ODD?