Cow Milk Allergy In Children 3 Years?
I want to ask my child from a small cow milk allergy and d recommend drinking soy milk, but after the age of 3 years I want my child to try cow’s milk again if it can still have an impact will be affected by allergies such as redness and redness itching
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Cow's milk allergy is an allergic reaction to the components (proteins) contained in cow's milk. There are several symptoms that arise from cow's milk allergy, namely on the skin, digestive tract, or respiratory system such as itching, redness rashes on the skin, vomiting, diarrhea, bloody bowel movements, abdominal cough, runny nose, coughing, shortness of breath, to reactions that life threatening or anaphylaxis.
Generally cow's milk allergy will disappear when children are 3 to 5 years old and mothers can try to give cow's milk while paying attention to the signs and symptoms of cow's milk allergy. If there are still symptoms of allergies above, you should consult with a pediatrician, because the doctor needs additional information, a direct physical examination, allergy examination, or other supporting examinations in order to find out the exact cause of your child's complaints. Mothers can also watch for signs of danger or anaphylactic reactions such as the child becoming very short of breath, swelling in the face area, the child looks confused, weak, restless or becomes unconscious, so you should immediately take it to the nearest health facility.
Mothers can also read the following interesting articles: How to Overcome Cow Milk Allergy in Children
Hopefully this information can help you.