Out Of Breath
Congratulations Doctor. I want to ask my child, 3 years and 8 months. For 2 months I have changed my milk from Morina Chilkid Soya to 3+ chocolate dancow. Rash appears red but not much. Disappear disappear appear again in different places disappear again. Now his breath is a bit short of breath. Indeed, my child is allergic to cow’s milk since birth. I’m worried about the breathless breath doc. Thank you
Originally posted 2020-04-14 08:54:13.
Thank you for the question.
Cow's milk allergy is a condition in which the child's immune system reacts to the protein content found in cow's milk. This can be caused by genetic factors that cause allergic tendencies in babies. This condition is characterized by symptoms of the appearance of a red rash, vomiting, diarrhea, watery eyes, nasal congestion, wheezing, to shortness of breath, which can appear immediately after giving cow's milk, or gradually. Basically the handling of children who are allergic to cow's milk is not to provide milk containing cow protein, as the product you mentioned.
Here are the things you can do to deal with cow's milk allergy:
Does not provide cow's milk or foods containing cow's milk. Avoiding dairy products and dairy products. Provide hypoallergenic formula milk or soy-based formula milk. To meet the nutritional needs of children such as vitamin D through foods that are rich in vitamin D such as spinach, broccoli, soy products, salmon, tuna, sardines. If the cow's milk has been stopped but the child is still short of breath, visible chest wall pulls, swelling in the body, immediately contact a doctor.
Hopefully this information can help.