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  1. Is Your Breastfed Baby Allergic to Dairy?

    Is Your Breastfed Baby Allergic to Dairy?

    Your baby can have symptoms of Dairy Allergy/Cow’s Milk Allergy even if you are exclusively breastfeeding and not directly feeding your baby any dairy.

    Firstly, your breastfed baby is never allergic to your breastmilk, so you don’t need to wean your baby. However, your baby may be upset by dairy in your diet, as large protein molecules from cow’s milk pass through your Breast Milk. It’s these protein particles that can affect sensitive babies.

    Symptoms of dairy allergy in babies

    Cows’ Milk Allergy in babies may cause symptoms including:

    Digestive problems – such as stomach cramps, bloating, colic, nausea, vomiting, reflux, diarrhoea (with mucous or specs of blood in the poop) or constipation. These symptoms can result in poor weight gain.

    Skin

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  2. Crying Baby, Sleepless Nights – Could Your Baby Have Reflux?

    Crying Baby, Sleepless Nights – Could Your Baby Have Reflux?
    Your baby is irritable, grizzly, hates lying on his back, spits up or vomits often, has hiccups constantly and he is a nightmare to feed: he starts to feed voraciously, then he wriggles, squirms and ‘throws’ himself off the breast or when he isn’t doing this, he wants to be permanently attached to your breast.
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