Treatment about Milk Protein Allergy or Lactose intolerance for Babies
How to find and treatment about Milk Protein Allergy or Lactose intolerance for Baby Dear Friends / Doctors, My son completed 30 months old has a problem on Cow's Milk and Milk products, when he intakes these he will have a problem in breathing and become red in his skin all over body and getting itch. Please any one guide me to find whether it is Milk Protein allergy or Lactose intollerance and refer me the Specialist who will provide treatment for this. Thanks
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from the symptoms you described it seems to be milk protein allergy not lactose intolerance
you should put him on diary elimination diet.
milk substitute formulas are used to provide a complete source of nutrition. Milk substitutes include soy based formulas,oat milk
you have to give him formulations containing calcium so the long term deficiency of calcium can be avoided.
This is a tough problem for parents.Some babies may have both and it can be validated only by the pediatrician through some test. I do not remember the name of the test but generally redness in skin after milk is more likely to be because of lactose intolerance and not protein.
this is a tough problem to parents that 10 months old baby is milk allergyic ,we r trying him milk since 4 months old .he use to do vomit after intake of 2-3 hours,we tried enfamil,simulac,what to do ,please reply soon
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