Red Spots Appear On The Back Of The Head When Consuming Formula Milk?
I want to ask, r n My son is 2 months old, he is fed with breast milk, and sometimes in cow’s milk, but he is allergic to it and if he doesn’t have milk, if you give him milk, aren’t allergic to it again, r nAnd on the back of her head there are red bullets, we see that the midwife is allergic to cow’s milk, r nBut already the ointment has been applied to the midwife but it doesn’t break … how come
For children aged 0-6 months, the best source of nutrition is breast milk. Because it is recommended up to 6 months of age children get exclusive breastfeeding. Breast milk contains adequate amounts of the nutrients needed for child development. If the mother only produces a small amount of milk, the mother can do the following tips.
However, if the mother is no longer producing breast milk, it can be replaced with formula milk made from cow's milk or soy. If the child is allergic to cow's milk (characterized by vomiting, liquid bowel movements / diarrhea, watery eyes, redness in the lip or anus area) then it can be replaced with formula milk made from soy. However, if your child still has complaints of allergies after changing milk, you can consult a pediatrician and ask the doctor for advice.
For complaints on the back of your baby's head, chances are it is due to a skin infection due to bacteria or fungi, skin irritation, or a symptom of an allergy being experienced. If after replacing cow's milk the redness remains, then it is likely that the redness is not caused by cow's milk. I suggest that you should take your child to the doctor to get an immediate examination and get the right treatment.
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