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One year old child, bumps on chest and cheeks. Change of diet to whole milk. Advise?

I switched my son who will be 1 year in 7days to whole milk. (little over a week now) He has done well, no symptoms thus far. However, I've noticed little bumps on his belly chest and now his cheeks. I wonder if this could be in relation to the milk change? He has no other symptoms and they do not bother him. Could this be a reaction? Or, possibly a minor allergy?
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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we should not add milk and diary in food all the new studies dsay
child needs mothers milk for 2 yrs and after that no milk
if you add diary and milk which are animal proteins child starts having allergies and it will go on increasund day by day as time imcreases and you can land to major disease in future
withdraw milk and diary completely after 2 years can see
add cereals juices ruits soups vegetables in diets for time you can apply calamine lotion on skin
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