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My baby's body rash is getting worse. Concerned it might be an allergic reaction to almond milk. What should I do?

My baby's body rash is getting worse. Concerned it might be an allergic reaction to almond milk. What should I do?

Don't worry: First don't stress out. Babies get rashes all the time for various very common reasons. Second, why are you giving almond milk? You can stop it if you'd like. This may provide data as to whether or not it is involved. Third, take photos of the rash progression and see the pediatrician because only eyes-on can really determine the type of rash. Could be allergy; I'd sooner blame a virus or eczema. ...Read more

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Essentially allergies occur when your immune system goes crazy and decides to has to fight against things it should be ignoring. The immune system of people without allergies simply ignores the pollen in the air or the dander on their cat while an allergic person's immune system creates cells to fight against the pollen or dander. The allergic reaction causes the ...Read more


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Mild blisters on the back and neck, allergic reaction to almond milk?

Mild blisters on the back and neck, allergic reaction to almond milk?

Unlikely: This localized issue as you describe is unlike to be related to a food allergy. You can always stop the almond milk for a couple of weeks and see if it disappears but i doubt any relationship. ...Read more

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I have recently started drinking almond milk and been developing blister like marks on my back and neck... Is this an allergic reaction?

I have recently started drinking almond milk and been developing blister like marks on my back and neck... Is this an allergic reaction?

POSSIBLE,: Stop drinking the product, check with your primary care doc or an allergist to find out the cause. By the time, take some antihistamine, e.g. Claritin, zyrtec, etc and avoid rubbing the rash. ...Read more

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Any reports of food allergies to almond milk?

Any reports of food allergies to almond milk?

Scarce: I was able to find a pediatric study from france published in 2002 that showed 2 children out of 163 had allergy to almond milk that triggered their asthma. I really expected to find more....The one concern when using almond milk is lack of vitamin and calcium supplementation in some products. ...Read more

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Why does regular milk cause my extremities to tingle? I am fine with almond and soy milk. No allergies.

Why does regular milk cause my extremities to tingle? I am fine with almond and soy milk. No allergies.

Allergic to milk: You may be allergic to regular milk(protein) which may cause tingling and you may get any rash on skin .Better drink soy milk instead of regular milk .iF still get tingling then get checked by doctor to investigate the cause and get treated . ...Read more

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Can my 2 year old be allergic to almond milk but not to almonds? He eats them daily no reaction, tried almond milk and vomited 3 times right after,

Can my 2 year old be allergic to almond milk but not to almonds? He eats them daily no reaction, tried almond milk and vomited 3 times right after,

Unlikely: If your 2 year old had a true IgE-mediated allergic reactions to almond this allergy would manifest with both almonds and with almond milk. Given your concern and consistency of reaction I would have your child avoid almonds until seen by an Allergist for skin or blood testing to confirm/deny allergy. An Allergist will be able to get to the bottom of this. ...Read more

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Can you tell me if my boyfriend (allergic to peanuts) drank almond milk without having a reaction, can he eat powdered almond?

Almond is different: it's a tree nut, different from peanuts, no cross reactivity, but he can be allergic to both, if he drank almond milk and was exposed to almond before with no reaction, then he would have no problem eating powdered almond, just be cautious, try a small amount first, you can try it in a doctor's office/waiting room, if any problem, so you are in the very place you want to be in, take care ...Read more

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What happens if my boyfriend (allergic to peanuts) drank almond milk without having a reaction, can he eat powdered almond?

What happens if my boyfriend (allergic to peanuts) drank almond milk without having a reaction, can he eat powdered almond?

Probably: Peanut and almond are not cross reactive. If there is no history of almond allergy in the first place, then drinking almond milk confirms no allergy. That said you have to make sure that the almond powder is not processed in a factory which also makes peanut products. ...Read more

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How come my son can eat yogurt and cheese with no problem but has allergic reaction to a full glass of milk?

How come my son can eat yogurt and cheese with no problem but has allergic reaction to a full glass of milk?

Allergy to milk: Are you sure it is a allergic reation? If the symptoms are intestinal pain and diarrhea then he may have lactose intolerance due to milk sugar lactose not being digested. Yogurt has less lactose than milk and that is why it may be eaten with problem. If it is allergy, then a whole glass of milk carries a lot more allergic portortion compared to yogurt. ...Read more

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