Milk allergy vomit

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I am thinking it is probably due to a milk allergy, especially since there is quite a few milk allergies and intolerances in both sides of the family (my mother and sister are intolerant, my borther is mildly allergic, my husband is intolerant, I am not intolerant or allergic, but one of my other children is intolerant too!
If you haven't undergone formal allergy testing, that might be beneficial. A mango allergy can be confirmed with either a skin prick test or blood test that detects the IgE immunoglobulin. Avoidance is the best option, but allergies can usually be treated successfully with antihistamines. Under a doctor's supervision, foods that have caused allergies in the past can sometimes be added slowly back into the diet. Regards.
It seems like everytime he drank a cup of milk shortly after he would vomit what looked likecurdled milk..... So I called the ped yesterday and took him in today and she switched him to Soy milk (silk) I gave him onecup and he did well..... I got him the kind that has all the vitimans and is calcium enriched... He really seemed to like it.. So I guess my question is after all this rambeling is Did anyones child have to be on soy and if so how long or are they still on it???
I guess I am nervous that I'm going to be anxious and vomit on my interviewer or something! Ridiculous, I know. My question is, and I do have one....does anyone know of a good OTC sleep remedy? I've seen Advil PM advertised. Anyone? Please wish me luck!!
Cows milk products. Milk products from other animals. Gluten.. For other groups look on the internet. Her problem may come from something she does not eat often, which is why her complaint is sporadic. If it is a food, it sounds more like an intolerance than an allergy.
Psychiatrist ruled out any psychogenic cause. He does not drink regular milk, lactose sensitive, which we discovered on our own years ago. No one knows why this happens almost daily: Vomiting, headache, pale,stomach pain. I was thinking possibly migraine or motion related? Any ideas???? Is someone missing something???
I am 51 years old and just got tested for allergies. I am highly allergic to trees and grasses. It was suggested that I get allergy shots. I know that allergy shots cause a histamine release that dilates blood vessels and could potentially cause a drop in blood pressure. Is there any information out there if people with POTS should or should not get allergy shots?
Hello, Your symptoms of dry tight throat, uneasiness and difficulty in breathing and headaches are pointing towards the diagnosis of allergy to onion/ garlic, in any form. Garlic-sensitive patients showed positive tests to diallyldisulfide, allylpropyldisulfide, allylmercaptan and allicin, all present in garlic. Even if garlic is present in a very small amount,it can lead to an allergic reaction.
au/news/story/warning-over-tick-bites-and-meat-allergy I have developed an allergy to red meat, I have lots of ticks in the garden and I live in Sydney.
For one week she only ate natural and drank water, juice, milk. Then, I started to research allergies with these symptoms and caffeine allergy/sensitivity came up. I decided to do a test. I let her drink a caffeinated soda but told her that it was decaffeinated (in case it was mental). What do you know within ten minutes she told me it was happening again! I have NO doubt she is allergic to caffeine! Now, she is caffeine free. Its been two weeks with no reaction. P.S.
Like wheat or gluten contains riboflavin which is found in milk also.So people allergic to milk may show allergy towards wheat also.This phenomena is called cross reactivity. Pls do not consume any form of dairy product. In addition to the avoidance of allergen in your diet, you can take some OTC antihistaminics like benadryl or Claritin. They can relieve the symptoms. If your symptoms do not improve then pls consult an allergy specialist.You may need steroids or immunotherapy.
I have had headaches and upset stomaches just from the smell of mint (and many other things like strong coffee, bacon and dark chocolate) since I was very little. Stomache aches, head aches and diarrhea. I grew into an allergy of milk and eggs, and apparently I may have grown out of it, but if I'm not feeling good to start with, it is wise just to stay away from them. About six years ago I was making Christmas cookies and decided to taste a candy cane pepermint cookie.
I used to try and take milk to sooth what they kept saying was simple Acid reflux at the beggining but with time I found out I was not helping myself and making it worse, I would simply vomit more and it would be curdled milk. I tried taking calcium tablets such as Tums and whatnot, I vomited those 15-30mins after ingestion. Came up as a foamy white fluff before the "acid vomit" I can't seem to try Peptobismol since just the smell makes me gag.
At 5 months I started weaning him onto formula, and it was within the 3rd or 4th bottle that he started reacting (hives, congestion, vomitting, and then a scalded looking rash everywhere the formula or vomit came in contact with his skin), and those reactions were within 30 seconds to 1 minute of starting the bottle. Through trial, we were quickly able to trace it to cow's milk (not lactose).
So out of my own concern and frustration, I googled his symptoms and food allergies and practically every site pointed to some form of a milk allergy. I switched him immediately to soy formula at 10 months old (I'd weaned him from breastfeeding at 8 months), and within two weeks, his eczema was nearly gone, he hasn't had an ear infection since (he's 3½ now), and he only needed the nebulizer 1-2 times a week for about a month, then he was completely off the nebulizer by 13 months.
If she does, then after a week or so, try doing a bottle mix of ½ breast milk, and ½ regular milk. Gradually go to a bottle mix of ¼ breast milk and ¾ regular milk then totally to all milk. Hoped this helped you.
hey-he could be lactose intolerant-call and ask your doc if you can try soy milk instead?If that doesn't help-he could just have a stomach bug that is going around.Good luck-my 3 kids all just had the terrible stomach virus(vomit and diarrhea)!!!Wish you luck.....
take him to a doc to do an allergy test, he might have a gluten allergy or is lactose-intolerant. good luck and hope he gets better for you and him.
has told us that it is reflux and has prescribed Axid. But he continues to vomit. He does not appeared bothed by the vomit; and is not fussy before or after. He is an otherwise very happy child. Has anyone dealt with anything like this?...and what do you know about it? HELP!
You would know if this is the case because she would not be content and would be screaming. Others vomit because of intolerance and/or allergy. This doesn't sound like your baby. Others vomit simply because their tummies are small and digestive systems immature. If there's plenty of pee and poo she is obviously digesting enough! The rumbles are normal. You can try burping more often, or you can try simethicone (brand name mylicon, but generic works well too).
Then realized she would only vomit when given milk products. (she has been lactose intolerant before after a case of gastro) we stopped all cows milk but for the last 3 nights she has woken up at 5am and vomited. She nurses through the night at 11, 1 and 4 (and has always done this) she is well otherwise. I'm wondering if this could be caused by a food allergy? Ive been told that a food allergy can cause intestanal damage and the therefor lactose intolerance? Problem is what food!
Dear All I am having a very sweet 13 months old baby girl she is having a vomitting problem. When she was too young she used to vomit out milk we feed at that time we thought that the reason could be due to cough,cold etc. When ever we used to feed her liquid food she just vomit's out. We showed it to 2-3 child doctors and they say there is no problem.
The common existing food allergens are Peanut flour, peanut butter, powdered egg white, Powdered/fresh milk Soy milk, soy flour Wheat breads, flour etc. You need to identify such food items and need to eliminate from your diet. I suggest you to consult gastroenterologist/ allergy specialist. Take care and regards.
There are several reasons which make infants vomit or spit out the milk they take in. One of them is milk allergy or lactose intolerance. Your baby may be gulping air or may have taken too much formula, or the formula may be upsetting your child's stomach. Another reason that could possibly cause these symptoms is pyloric stenosis. Pyloric stenosis is a narrowing of the pylorus, the lower part of the stomach through which food and other stomach contents pass to enter the small intestine.
I don't want her to have to go to formula and she is definitely too young to be on a regular diet without milk, particularly as I am suspecting some food allergy issues are beginning to arise.
If this has been happening since he was 1 year old have they told you what the problem may be ? I am wondering about a food allergy and possibly I mean milk ,how about you try something, give him water and a cookie before bed or preferably just water .Milk whilst good for children is notoriously allergic for some .Now you say he does this each morning is this after his breakfast or before ?
At night when she finish the milk she almost always try to tell me that she is going to vomit, not sure if she just pretends because she doesn't want to go to sleep or really bothers her. Because as soon as I take her by sink and put the lights on she is fine. But during a day she is with her grandparents so I'm thinking if they don't take her on time out of her crib she vomits. I asked them not give her milk any more before her nap time to see if this will change anything.
Definitely check into switching her formula to something non-milk based. It's very possible she has a milk allergy or intolerance, especially since you can pinpoint the beginnings of the troubles with you starting her on formula. I hope you find answers and she starts feeling better soon!
he was always sick on average he missed 40 days of school a year..as an infant he almost died from a Milk allergy a year ago he was allergy tested and he too showed no allergy ..However I removed Milk of any form from his diet and also soy beverages..It has been going on 3 years since my son has had a problem with asthma ..he has more energy and is a totally new child..if he has an ice cream He is sick with a sore throat looks pale and feeels sick too his stmache for a couple of days..
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