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Child having paleness. On antibiotics. Usually very energetic. Suspecting allergies. Opinion?

Hello, My 5 year old daughter currently has a pale face. At nursury school recently while doing a gym class, her face and lips went very pale (by the time I collected her she was fine) she is currently off school as she has been under the weather and on antibiotics - however I am worried about her paleness. Our pediatrician thinks it may be allergies adn we need to go back in a month for tests. She normally has loads of energy so all of this has been a worry. I would appreciate if you have any additional advice to offer, thankyou
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
It is milk or wheat allergy
get serum tested for milk and wheat specic antibodies
go for elimination diet and everything will be okay
later on you can go for desensitisation therapy
Answered: Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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