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Child has knock knees. Has allergy to coconuts and antibiotics. What can be done to correct deformity?

Hello doc: My 2 y old son is having knock knees, I began noticing this since he was18 month,, he his other wise fine and in good health since he was born,, he doesn t have any health issues apart from allergy to coconuts and some antibiotics .. I am afraid his condition advances and become disfiguring,, is there any thing to be done to correct this deformity??
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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this DEFORMITY CAN BESOLVED BY WORKING ON ILK THEORY
CHILD NEED BREAST MILK ONLY TILL 2 YEARS
AND AFTER THA NO MILK
IF WE ADD MILK AND DIARY PROTEINS IN DIET SOME ALLERGIES START DEVELOPING AND ALSO THE DEFORMITIES
WITHDRAW MILK AND DIARY COMPLETELY FROM DIET ADD VEGETABLES FRUITS CEREALS
THE DEFORMITY WILL START REVERSING HAVE FAITH IN THIS THEORY
AS MILK IS ANIMAL PROTEIN AND ANIMAL PROTEINS ARE NOT COMPETIBLE WITH HUMAN PROTEINS
Answered: Fri, 31 May 2013
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