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Have ear infection, rashes behind knees. Regional allergy? cow milk allergy?

14 month old boy. Currently being treated for an ear infection secondary to 1 year molars. Has a rash behind his knee , roughly 1/2 high and the length of his knee. He does not seem to be bothered by it. He is suspected to have some regional seasonal allergies. Has an allergy to cows milk and currently on goat s. My thought is topical benedryl?
Asked On : Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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animal proteins are not fit for human babies till 2 years
we advise only breast feed till 2 years you can confirm this by getting bloodserum tested for specific antibodies for milk
only breast feed if milk isto be given no gaot or any other animal milk
either mother milk or hypoallergic soya milk formula
breast fed mother also stop milk anddiary
add fruits and cerealss slowly
Answered: Sun, 30 Sep 2012
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