Allow Non-lactose Milk To Be Given Long Term?
Afternoon, my child is 7 months old, from the birth of formula milk, here my child often gets diarrhea from 2 months of age, it turns out my child is allergic to cow’s milk and is compatible with non-lactose milk, until when does my child consume non-lactose milk? Will it be dangerous if given long term? I have tried using soy milk, and my child has diarrhea again. I’ll give you the non-lactose milk the next day it’s cured, the chapter is good. Please enlighten me, thank you
Hello Zefaro, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Low-lactose milk (LLM) is intended for infants who are lactose intolerant, while PH-pro milk (partially hydrolyzed protein) is used for infants with cow's milk allergy, to minimize allergy symptoms. Consumption of both types of milk can be done in the long run. Do not forget to provide complementary foods such as pulp porridge to balance the nutritional needs of children aged 7 months.
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