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How Will I Know If My Child Has A Milk Sensitivity
Several clues:: Diarrhea (especially bloody), constipation, pain/crying, rash, vomiting, and failure to gain weight are all possible clues to a milk sensitivity. The best test is to stop all dairy and soy (up to 50% cross-reactivity) products; if this takes care of the problem, you have your answer. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Lactose in Advair: If you already enjoy milk, Advair is unlikely to cause any milk sensitivity but could be a problem if you already have severe milk allergy. Advair Diskus contains lactose, which is the sugar in milk, to keep the medication particles from sticking. There is a potential for trace amounts of milk protein in the product, hence the caution. It is an excellent medication for asthma maintenance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nothing: You do not have to worry about this being a long lasting issue. If she is able to be transitioned to whole cows milk when she is 1 then there is no longer a problem. She should be aware of it but does not indicate that she will have a residual lactose intolerance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unclear question: I do not understand your question. But microscopic colitis is a specific condition that is most commonly related to medications, though some conditions predispose you to developing it (Celiac may be one). Milk sensitivity? - if you mean lactose intolerance then this is common and separate from Celiac. Everyone that drinks enough milk will have symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 9 week old was just diagnosed with a milk sensitivity and was switched to nutramigen. She seems to spit up a lot of clear fluid. Is this normal? I
Not uncommon: What you are giving her now is a protein hydrolysate formula. You will see how he/she is growing. As long as her weight is increasing along the standard growth curves I would not worry much. If she starts falling off the growth curves there are other good substitutes such as goats milk. ...Read more
What is the best thing decrease mucus & milk sensitivity , I can't give up dairy products but my nose allergy depressed me?
? two conditions : That you suffer from, ? lactose intolerance not true milk allergy, and Rhinitis which might be due to environmental allergens, or due to drugs that you are on, if you are in Cairo, Egypt, check vezeeta.com or doctoruna.com for an American Board Certified Allergist in your area, take care ...Read more
My son ance as baby had a milk intolerance and grew out of it aged 18 months can it come back he know 4 and has started getting runs again.?
Yes: Many factors can contribute to a recurrence of milk protein intolerance or additional food induced symptoms. Lactose is milk sugar and may be the source of his problem now, or he may developed an intolerance to fructose. Changes in the normal intestinal flora (bacteria) due to antibiotic treatment or a diet consisting of a lot of processed foods (fast foods), may be a source for his symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
All non allergic sym: The most common milk intolerance is due to a problem digesting milk or a component of milk. Lactose intolerance is the most common. It may cause bloating, gas, cramping ANS even diarrhea. Milk protein intolerance is common in infants. This causes bloody diarrhea and nasal congestion with drainage. Most kids "out grow" this but i'm convinced that other milder symptoms persist, especially the nasal. ...Read more
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