How to eat baby milk allergies

Xiao Ming is a two-month-old baby who currently weighs 4 kilograms and is slightly lighter than his baby of the same age. Gastrointestinal and bowel movements after birth are not very good, about seven to eight times a day, and the texture is loose; In addition, the skin prone to eczema, diaper rash, chronic cough unhealed. Have suspected that milk is not suitable, and changed many different brands of milk powder, but the symptoms have not improved. The last pediatrician diagnosed it as "milk allergy."

There are two main reasons for milk allergy:

1, lactose intolerance: the lack of lactase in the baby's intestine, lactose in milk can not be absorbed, so indigestion. Usually these children have only gastrointestinal discomfort, loose stools like diarrhea, if you stop the milk, the symptoms will soon improve.

2, milk protein allergy: Baby allergies to protein in milk, whenever contact with milk (especially up to the gastrointestinal tract), the body will have symptoms of discomfort; all ages, adults and children will have, because infants and young children More milk is the staple food, so it is the time when milk allergies are most likely to occur.

Because gastrointestinal is the first to come into contact with milk, the symptoms of milk allergies are gastrointestinal discomforts, such as diarrhea, vomiting, blood in the stool, abdominal pain, abdominal distension.

When the proteins in milk are absorbed by the gastrointestinal tract, as the blood stream is transported to various parts of the body, allergic reactions of different organs are also produced, and there are other symptoms (as listed below), but as long as the milk is stopped, These physical discomforts will soon disappear.

1, the skin: about 50% -70% susceptible to atopic dermatitis, rash, allergies and other rashes.
2. Respiratory: About 20%-70% have asthma, bronchitis, phlegm, rhinitis, and otitis media.
3, other: such as anaphylactic shock, kidney syndrome, nocturia, restless sleep, irritability, conjunctivitis, eyelid swelling and so on.

If you determine that the baby is milk allergies, the best treatment is to avoid any contact with milk products. At present, there are some specially formulated powdered milk on the market, also known as "drug-resisting milk powder", which can be used by babies who are allergic to milk or have long-term diarrhea.

The main difference between "drug-reducing milk powder" and infant formula milk powder is: replacing protein in milk with plant protein or degraded protein; replacing glucose with glucose; replacing short-chain and medium-chain fatty acids in common milk powder Long-chain fatty acids. Although its composition is different from that of milk, it still has the nutrients and the same calories that your baby needs to grow. It can also prevent your baby from experiencing allergies and other symptoms.