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Baby diagnosed with milk allergy, having fever, vomitting yellow colour liquid. Suggestions?

My 2 year old was diagnosed milk allergy , don t know how far it s true but she is happy eating yoghurt from cows milk, before she was diagnosed she stopped taking liquids and solids for 1 to 2 days a month since she was 1 and half year old , when she was 1 year 10 month ahe was diagnosed allergy, and she use to vommit in the night sometimes only the phlem and suffered with severe diarrhea , and her stool use to stink a lot. She suffered for almost a month, and gine down in weight too.Now she is 2 years 3 months, and she is suffering with 101celsius fever and vomited some amount of yellow liquid, so wat could her problem really is,
Asked On : Wed, 29 Aug 2012
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problem really is what is diagnosed
there are so mamny children with this type of allergies
you get milk specific antibodies in blood serum stop all diary and milk products go for sublingual low dose immunotherapy and you will find the results
Answered: Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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