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5 month old child, having red blotches on chest, stomach. Changed feed formula from cow to goats milk. Allergy to goats milk?

My 5 months old baby has really bad red blotches on his chest and stomach...he has had if for a few months but its just gotten really bad in the past couple of days...I changed his formula from cows to goats milk and he is also fed about a third breast milk ...he doesn t have a fever and seems relatively happy...Ive looked up quite a few rashes and he doesn t appear to have any that I have researched...could he have an allergy to the goats milk now??
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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you NEED NOT HAVE TO ADD ANIMAL MILK ,ACTUALLY MILK THEORY STATES THAT HILD NEEDS BREAST MILK ONLY FOR 2 YEARS AND AFTER THAT NO MILK
MILK IS ANIMAL PROTEINS ARE ACIDIC AND NOT COMPETIBLE WITH HUMAN PROTEINS AND CAUSES VARIOUS DISEASES
IF YOU WITHDRAW MILK AND DIARY COMPLETELY FROM DIET AND AFTER 3 WK YOU WILL GET IMPROVEMENT
THS WILL BEE MAXIMUN IN 3 MONTHS
YOU TRY YOU WILL GET BENEFIT OF THIS THEORY\TILL 3 WK CONTINUE WITH SYMPATOMATIC TREATMEBT
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