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Eye gets swollen, red, watery and itchy. What are the red bumps? Allergies?

Hi, my daughter just turned two. She s been getting crusty stuff on her left eyelid for about two months now. It gets swollen sometimes, red, watery, itchy and has little bumps. Sometimes the eye itself gets pinkish. Her doctor tried steroidal drops, allergy med, antibiotic . When the treatment finishes, it s the same again. Also for like two weeks now she s having a rash on her leg.
Asked On : Wed, 2 May 2012
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THIS IS DUE TO ADDITON OF MILK IN DIET
CHILD ONLY NEED BREAST MILK FOR 2 YEARS AND AFTER THAT NO MILK WHAT THE THEORY STATES
AS THE ANIMAL PROTEINS ARE NOT COMPETIBLE WITH HUMAN PROTEINS WHEN WE ADD MILK AND DIARY CHILD START GETTING THE ALLERGIES OF MANY PARTS INCLUDING ASTHMA AND SKIN EYE OR OTHER
YOU WITHDRAW MILK AND DIARY FROM DIET FOR MORE YEARS ADD FRUITS VEGETABLES CEREALS
TRY SAME MEDICINE THEY WILL WORK AFTER WITHDRAWL OF MILK AND DIARY
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