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Small child, breastfed, allergic to diary and soy, swelling in chest in LUQ, LLQ. Cure for symptoms?

My daughter is 14 weeks old, breast fed, allergic to dairy & soy, no other known health problems. She has developed swelling to the LUQ and LLQ of her chest . It is CTA. At first I thought it was transfer of maternal hormones but because it is also LLQ I do not believe so. It is characteristic of edema and is nonpitting.
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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Hi mom
Your daughter's description of two separate swellings in left side of chest does not seem to fit in any common illness.
In view of her young age & unusual presentation please get her checked by a pediatrician who can possibly think of possible explainations after complete physical check & tests if required.
In the absence of detailed description guess work is unlikely to help.
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