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Red painful rash, pale stools. Allergy? What is wrong?

My one year old developed a horrible red diaper rash that seems very painful. She also has very pale stools and I m just trying to see if maybe she has an allergy to something. The rash developed every place the poop touched and she has gotten a similar rash on her face after eating before. She was cleaned up quickly and wasn t sitting in it for much longer than a couple minutes. Could it be a barley allergy? The only thing she ate out of the ordinary was a barley oatmeal and there were only 3 ingredients in it. It was the same thing that I think gave her a rash previously
Asked On : Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
IT IS MILK ALLERGY
AS WE ADD EXTRA MILK AND DIARY IN CHILD DIET IT CAUSES THESE STMPTOMPS
USUALY CILD NEEDS MOTHERS MILK UPTO 2 YEARS AND NO MILK AFTER 2 TEARS AND THERE IS NO NEED TO ADD MILK AND DIARY IN CHILD DIET
SO IF YOU HAVE ADDED ANY ANIMAL PROTEIN IN THE FORM OF MILK WITHDRAW
COMPLETELY WITHDRAW MILK AND DIARY FROM DIET OF CHILD HE WILL BE OKAY
ADD FRUITS CEREALS JUICE AND VEGETABLES IN DIET SLOWLY
Answered: Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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