Treatment For Babies Who Are Allergic To Formula Milk?
Sorry, I want to ask my child first to use SGM and fat sufor. after the age of 8 months replace the bebelac sufor and until now use bebelac. What I want to ask is my child is now thin and itchy “on the back like a red rash, BAB’y doesn’t flow smoothly, sometimes bleeding .. Is my child not suitable for using bebelac sufor? How is the solution?
Hello Hervina, Thank you for the question.
Does your child's red rash keep on appearing? Can you identify other causes such as exposure to chemicals (such as laundry detergent that still sticks), use of new skin products, or consumption of certain foods?
Formula milk is milk that comes from cow's milk. Formula milk allergy occurs because the immune system reacts to the protein contained in cow's milk. Symptoms of an itchy red rash, bloody bowel movements, and weight gain that is difficult to gain are symptoms of cow's milk allergy. In addition, children may also experience symptoms of berins, runny nose or eyes, itchy mouth, red rash in the mouth, diarrhea, constipation, vomiting, and eczema. However, it is necessary to think about other causes of the symptoms your child is experiencing, for example, bloody bowel movements can also be caused by intestinal infections and weight gain that is difficult to gain can be caused by lack of nutritional intake, thyroid hormone disorders, heart disease, and others.
We recommend that you consult with a pediatrician first so that the doctor can examine your child to determine the cause. If it is confirmed that your child has an allergy to cow's milk, the doctor will recommend using hypoallergenic milk or formula milk derived from soy. Talk to your doctor about what milk your child can consume.
I hope this helps.