Protein Allergy In Infants When Nursing Mothers Consume Protein.?
noon I have a baby who is almost 3 months old, getting allergies every time I consume fish eggs and beef … are there foods that are low in protein ?? if only with vegetable protein is enough for the baby’s needs ??
Some babies who are still breast milk can indeed be more sensitive or even allergic to the food consumed by their mother. To reduce and prevent recurrence, it is recommended that mothers avoid consuming allergy-triggering foods.
You can still meet the nutritional needs of nursing mothers from other foods. You can vary your daily food menu. Record any foods that trigger allergies in infants and avoid these foods. If the allergic reaction that appears is not severe, you can try consuming it in small portions 2-4 weeks after the allergy symptoms subside. If the baby continues to experience an allergic reaction or an allergic reaction gets heavier, stop consuming it immediately and the baby should be seen by a pediatrician.
Also pay attention to your baby's growth and development. If growth, development, and weight gain are within normal limits, then you don't need to worry. Continue exclusive breastfeeding for up to 6 months, then continue breastfeeding plus complementary feeding after the baby is 6 months old.
Hope it helps you,