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8 month old child, milk allergy. Taking farex, vomited black clots. Cure for allergy?

Hello Doctor, my 8 month old daughter is suffereing from milk allergy when she was of 5 month old that time we found blood in her stool & her occult blood test was positive then doc advice to give her soya milk (SYMLE) & after that occult blood test was negative. After some time we started to fed her Farex then after 6-7 days she vomit dark black bloot clot. doc tor advice to not to give milk & now since 1 month we havnt given her milk. Please suggest waht to do
Asked On : Wed, 17 Oct 2012
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hello ...
Now she is already 8 month old you can start weaning:

Mashed and boiled Vegetable
Boiled or Half Boiled egg
Custard Jelly
Over Boiled Rice with Dal,
Minced Mutton or boiled fish
Bread Or Chapatti Soaked in milk and sugar
Gradually Normal diet should be given

General Principal:
1.     Since the child moves the tongue as though for sucking, it is but natural that some of the
semisolid given will be coming of the mouth. It is not spitting or rejection of food.
2.     Since the baby is used to the taste of milk alone, it is better accepted if the weaning food is
mixed with milk.
3.     He should encourage to feed, but should never be forced, as this creates an aversion to
4.     Give small quantity of food, gradually increased as per demand.
5.     If he rejects any food item, it should be stopped, and may be reintroduce a week or two later.
6.     It is preferable to introduce only one new food a week, so that intolerance can be spotted.

Preparation and Storage of weaning food:
1.     Careful hygienic preparation and storage of weaning food to prevent contamination.
2.     Before preparation and weaning hand should be washed with soap.
3.     Cooking place and utensils must be clean.
4.     The food preferably fresh, cooked or boiled well and if feasible, prepared immediately before
the are to be eaten.

NOTE: Sometimes its very difficult to accept new food, so at time try one type of food for several days.

I wish your baby good health
Regards Dr. Sagar Mhatre
Answered: Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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