Cow's Milk Allergy

Cow's milk is a common cause of food allergy in infants, but most grow out of this condition, and ongoing symptoms in adults are very rare. Cow's milk allergy may appear during exclusive breast feeding. Allergic reactions can occur within minutes or up to several days after having cow's milk or other dairy products. Symptoms may include hives, eczema, face swelling, vomiting, diarrhoea, noisy breathing or wheeze. Severe reactions may cause floppiness in babies and a serious allergic reaction. Treatment of cow's milk allergy involves elimination of cow's milk and its products from the diet and substitution with an appropriate formula in babies


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