Well, that's what the doctor says anyway! Neylan had his ENT follow-up appt this morning and of course, he looked and performed great! He's been having good days, without much drooling, drainage, runny nose, and excema, since Monday. So, today he looked like a different person from the appearance he gave 5 weeks ago. The doctor walked in and took one look at him and said, "wow, you cured him"! So, she asked how things were going and if I had been open to the suggestions she gave last visit. I started by telling her that I felt she was under the impression that all of these problems had been created with the implementation of Neylan's "America" diet. So, cleared up that point and made sure that she knew that was not the case, but told her that the only link I could think of between the two countries was in fact the dairy. I gave her the run down of all that we have been doing, the diet changes we had made, and what we were seeing, (which really hasn't been much). She was very pleased that we had taken this challenge and run with it, actually taking it further than what she asked us to by going dairy-free. She said that he wasn't perfect by any means yet and that we are probably only beginning to see the progress she anticipates he will be making. So, the plan for now is to keep running with our dairy-free lifestyle and if in the next few weeks to months, nothing improves, we will call her back and start talking about removing his adenoids. When she scoped him last visit, she determined that his adenoids were enlarged about 70%. She said that was a fine size, but if they got much larger, we would remove them. Today when I asked her at what point and size she does adenoidectomies, she said 70% and beyond. So, if he can't start breathing through his nose and stop snoring, we will consider this. Will keep you posted and see if we are on the right track to good health!