How To Deal With Egg Allergy And Cow’s Milk In Children?
Asalamualaikum ma’am, my son is 17 months old, every time he eats eggs and milk formula, his mouth is red and red and it is detected after the age of 15 months because when my baby is consulted with the doctor, he says my child has a history of insect allergy. give me what medicine, doctor. Please replace the protein and milk, what should I give, so the nutritional benefits
Allergy is a condition where the body overreacts to something that should not be dangerous but is considered dangerous by the body. Triggers allergy, one of which is protein. Protein allergy can be triggered by eggs, milk, fish, other seafood, and nuts.
If the child has a certain food allergy, you should avoid giving food that triggers the allergic. You can meet nutritional needs with other foods, for example meat and protein sources that do not make children allergic (eg fish, seafood, or nuts). For milk, you can first consult with your pediatrician. Alternative milk can be given milk with hydrolyzed protein (more hypoallergenic) or soy milk, the doctor will give advice according to the condition of your child.
Handling food allergies is primarily to avoid triggers. In addition, it can also be with immunotherapy or desensitization therapy to train the body to be more tolerant of proteins / foods that trigger allergies. If you have an allergic reaction, your doctor can give an antihistamine to relieve your allergic symptoms.
If your child experiences symptoms of allergies again, you should check your child directly to the doctor so that he can be given early treatment. Furthermore, you can consult with your pediatrician regarding further actions including recommendations for children's eating arrangements.
Hope it helps you,