How To Deal With Children Allergic To Cow’s Milk And Do Not Want Soy Milk?
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How old is your child? If it is still under 2 years and possible, it would be better if the child is given ASI. If the child is more than 6 months old, then starting to be given MP ASI / complementary foods according to the age of the baby. If for some reason you cannot give ASI or ASI is not enough, you can try to find a donor ASI, but make sure the ASI donor comes from a healthy mother, does not consume drugs or herbal products, does not smoke, does not drink alcohol or drugs, identity , religion, and address of the ASI donor are clear, and the ASI is properly stored.
If you do not want to accept donor ASI, formula milk can be used. Choose formula milk according to the baby's age. If the child is older to meet the main nutritional needs is through daily food and milk only as a supplement.
If the child is allergic to cow's milk, the child can be given soy milk. If the child does not want soy milk or is also allergic to soy, it can be considered giving hypoallergenic formula milk or hydrolyzed formula milk. Noteworthy is that if the age of the child is still 0-6 months, you should first consult with a pediatrician before giving formula milk.
If your child has a history of cow's milk allergy, then you should also be more careful of food or other preparations for children that contain milk or milk products.
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