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How to Overcome Cow Milk Allergy in Children

Cow's milk is a drink that is rich in calcium and protein in it. However, there are some children who have cow's milk allergy. In order to keep the nutritional intake needed by children, it is important to find ways to overcome them. Cow's milk allergy is a condition in which the body's immune system responds excessively to the protein content in milk. Children who are allergic to cow's milk will usually show symptoms of itching, vomiting, wheezing or wheezing breath, also indigestion. If your baby is allergic to cow's milk Feel your child has a cow's milk allergy? It is advisable to immediately check with a doctor. In order to confirm the diagnosis, the doctor will conduct several tests, both blood tests, feces or skin allergy tests. The trick is to inject a small amount of milk protein under the surface of your child's skin. Don't panic if the results are positive. Here are some things you can do, if your child is allergic to cow's milk:
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