Red Rash On The Baby’s Cheek After Consumption Of Formula Milk And Soy Milk?
I want to ask my baby at the age of 3 months to drink milk Moringa BMT because my breast milk is not enough to breastfeed without milk doses. But my son’s cheeks are red, so are his body and hands … then the doctor said he was allergic to cow’s milk and told me to replace soy milk. But I replace it with soy milk, but the cheeks are red but the head is the hands and the body. Is there another solution for my child ??? Because to be honest, just a little breastmilk, please help
A rash on a child's skin can occur due to many possible causes, one of which may be an allergic reaction, the origin of the allergen itself is very diverse so it needs to be considered in what conditions these symptoms arise and what detonates them. Milk allergy can also cause rashes on the skin as symptoms and cause other symptoms such as diarrhea, vomiting, coughing, itching in the mouth or lip area, or other allergic symptoms ranging from mild to severe. In addition there are also allergies or skin rashes that are not known for certain causes that cause symptoms similar to this condition called atopic eczema in which inflammation of the skin occurs, dry and scaly skin, and other allergic symptoms.
For this reason, you should check your child's condition with a pediatrician to find out the originator and deal with the symptoms that arise. Some of the efforts that need to be done are to identify the cause starting from what is consumed by the baby, environmental factors and room temperature, or when the baby is taken out of the room and if it is known it needs to be avoided because it can be repeated if exposed to the originator. Later the doctor will also help give topical medication or drink to help overcome the symptoms that arise.
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