Allergy To Cow’s Milk In A 1-year-old Baby.?
Ass .. I want to ask about my child .. In the past when my child was 3 months old he was treated … Karn is allergic to cow’s milk … But I have tried all brands of cow’s milk … Still diarrhea … So I tried to change with milk goat .. And thank God until right now .. But the problem is now it’s different again .. My child doesn’t want to feed and eat now even though he’s already 1 year old. In the past when my child was cared for, his doctrine had suggested that the age of the child already entered 1 year .. Can you try the cow’s milk again … In fact, I try to go back to cow milk … But still diarrhea .. Just two days I gave my child cow’s milk .. And today the chapter has been 3 times … Color The bowel is pale .. But the bowel still has its pulp … which makes me confused .. Is it true that my child is still allergic to cow’s milk .. Please answer yes .. Thanks ..
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Allergic reactions are excessive reactions of the body's immune system to allergens (proteins that cause allergic reactions) that enter the body. This reaction does not occur in everyone, it only occurs in someone who is hypersensitive. Reactions can occur at any age and can appear at any age, including adulthood. There is no standard for how old the reaction will not occur again.
One of the causes of allergic reactions in babies is cow's milk. Allergic reactions can occur in infants or children. And there is no definite time until when the reaction will appear. However, repeated exposure to low levels can make the immune system become resistant so that the reaction does not appear again and the condition becomes better.
However, if you are worried about giving cow's milk at this time to a child, even with a small amount, you can do it later when the child is a little older. In the meantime, you can provide hypoallergic milk for children. The nutritional content is the same as cow's milk.
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Related to the liquid bowel that your child is experiencing right now, it can occur due to an allergic reaction to cow's milk. However, it can also be caused by a viral or bacterial infection. You can give your child ORS each diarrhea. If the complaint has not improved for 3 days or the child appears to be dehydrated and weak, you can consult your pediatrician.
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