Dairy allergy symptoms


Dairy allergy in children should be detected early, because if not very easily lead to nutritional deficiencies. Each year more than 100,000 babies were being to dairy, causing digestive problems, skin and often difficult to recognize.

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The following are the signs that your child is being dairy allergic.

  1. Diarrhea

Diarrhea is common in infants, but if diarrhea lasts (on average caught in baby went 2-4 lane / day and lasts for more than 5-7 days) and blood in the stool, it is a sign of serious dairy allergies.

  1. Vomiting

Young children are prone to vomiting but vomiting repeatedly and even vomiting without breastfeeding, you should see a doctor. The symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease such as vomiting may also be signs of dairy allergy.

  1. Rash

There are many reasons why baby skin rashes such as eczema. Dairy allergy is one of the reasons, especially when the wound rash occurs accompanied with other symptoms.

  1. Irritability

Young children, of course will be very crying but if crying constantly and not hold it in a long time, it was unusual signal.

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  1. Weight reduction or not weight gain

Most infants will double weight at 6 months old and 3-fold increase at 12 months of age. However, when babies did not receive enough nutrients that they need due to diarrhea and vomiting caused by too much, kids will grow slowly.

  1. Farting

All babies are ‘fart’. But ‘fart’ accompanied with some symptoms above, baby is being dairy allergy.

  1. Problems in the respiratory system

Colds are common for infants but cold with wheezing, shortness of breath accompanied by mucus in the nose and throat is a sign of abnormality. These symptoms may be caused by the baby’s body is reacting to dairy protein.

  1. Growth retardation

Children with dairy allergies often lack of proper nutrition due to dehydration, decreased appetite and lack of energy.