Many babies become allergic to milk before one month of age with most babies presenting within their first year of life. Studies show that about 2.5% of babies develop cow’s milk allergy
at some point. The good news is that more than 80% of these babies will outgrow their allergy by 5 years of age. Babies who are born into families where the mother, father or a sibling suffers from food allergies, asthma, eczema
or hay fever
are more likely to develop cow’s milk allergies than those without a family history.
A hypoallergenic formula should be suggested. Amino acid
formulas contain no milk proteins, whereas extensively hydrolysed formulas are based on milk proteins that have been broken down to the point where they are tolerated by many babies with cow’s milk allergy. These formulas are also recommended for cow’s milk allergic infants who are not breastfed. However, soya based formula should never be used in infants under the age of 6 months, due to the phytoestrogen
(similar to oestrogen hormone) content of the soya milk.
Have you tried Gripe water for the colics and bloating? It is OTC, very popular sometimes with great results.
I would suggest you consult a pediatric gastroenterologist.