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Infant food allergy, rashes on face, swelling nose, cough, swollen eyes, had cerelac milk and rice. Can i continue cerelac?

Hi Doctor, my baby boy is going to complete 6 month old on 29th April 2012. So i have started giving him infant Cerelac milk and rice just tow days before.wanted to inform you that I am giving him breast feeding when he is 7 days old and still now continuing. But 1st day he got rashes on face and swelling nose with cough.2nd day he just effected with few rashes.and today when he fed after 5 minutes he got effect with rashes and swelling of both eyes. so please help me with some of my quires those are - * Should i continue with stage 1 Nestle infant cerelac or not. *Why these allergies are swelling his nose or eyes. *which cerelac should i follow. *Please share good diet chart should i follow. Thanks & reards, Barnita
Asked On : Fri, 27 Apr 2012
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hallo madam
thanks for the concern
as the symptoms of baby are indicative of allergic action, its better to stop the food supplement that you are giving to yiur child. you can switch on to other branded infant food suppliments or best is to feed your baby with home made preparations like rice/ragi malt, mixed cereal powder malt, boiled and mashed potato mixed with milk. mild fruit juices,etc can be given.
hope this helps you.
Answered: Thu, 10 May 2012
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