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Infant gets rashes on face after feeding cerelac. Cause of allergy? daughter is 8 months old...she got red rashes all over her face when ever I gave her gave her Some medicine when she was 4 months old bt I m scared now to give her cerelac again..docotr gave me rice cereal without today its no where available so what is she allergic to exactly..i want to know..i give her similac milk and I feed her as well.
Asked On : Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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thank you for your query.
There is no reason to panic. Cerelac contains milk powder and rice/wheat powder.Actually there is no need for cerelac in children.Your child has some sort of milk allergy.if changing the type of milk solves the problem then it is great. the other choice would be to use lactose free milk formula. kindly start weaning your child with home made rice,lentils,potatoes first and then add vegetables,wheat products and fruits with their juices. I hope this answers your query.have a nice day ahead.
Answered: Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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