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A 29-year-old female asked:

bf 6 wk old he has cow milk allergy i'm trying to stay dairy free but found out something's i eat have dairy, would goat formula be best or breastfeed?

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Dr. Justin Greiwe
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Breastfeeding Best: Food protein-induced proctitis/proctocolitis is caused by proteins from cow's milk, which are ingested through breast milk or standard cow's milk based formulas. Treatment consists of complete elimination of cow's milk from the diet. Breastfeeding is always best. Strict avoidance is key, read labels and stay vigilant. Good news is that sensitivity resolves by one year of age in almost all infants.

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