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Headache, constipated. Scheduled for CT scan. What is wrong?

mu 5 year old granddaughter complains of a headache in the back.of her head. not severe, but enough to be noticed. also, she.says the room sometimes spins . she acts normal and eats normal. she had problems lately with her bowels. she is on meds to help her poop but she still has the headache. she is scheduled for a CT scan tomorrow. any ideas or.information would be appreciated..
Asked On : Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
it is milk protein allergy in my experience
te child needs only breast milk for 2 years and after no milk if we add cow milk to diet it is non competible with human proteins causing the problems
if scan is normal go for blood serum tets for specific antibodies for milk after consulting allergy doctor
stop milk and diary child will recover
you can also get chck for other foods and allergens
Answered: Mon, 21 Oct 2013
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