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cought after drinking milk

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 17, 2011
  • 08:51 PM

I have the same concern about my 2.5 years old son.I am tracking since a long time that if he drink milk after dinner before bed, he starts cough and cough will be continue since he throw up..finally he throw up everything and after that or before that if I give seasonal Medication which is given by his dr. he will be fine in an hr.but this thing is happening again and again since 9 months.Can anyone suggest me plz .. what to do.His dr had already chest Xray but that is normal too.... and she is saying that "I dont think he does have food allergy....I am really got fed up ...please help me if anyone can ?????????

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  • Hello dear Unregistered. Stable cough after milk, it is a sign of very similar to an allergy. It seems to me that we should once again turn to the doctor and take all the tests. And tell you a little bit about an allergy to milk, and I hope this information will help you. Allergy to cow's milk. Symptoms can be diverse: digestive (pain in the abdomen, vomiting, diarrhea), respiratory (rhinitis, conjunctivitis, bronhospazm), skin diseases (itching, urticaria, edema) and occur immediately after exposure to the allergen or with a delay. Signs of intolerance usually appear in the first few months of life (more often in the first six). Cow's milk contains proteins that are highly allergenic activity and resistant to high temperature, so they can keep this activity even after cooking.Children with allergy to cow's milk does not necessarily remain so until the end of life. Often milk intolerance is to 2-4-year-old age.Treatment of allergies to milk consists in excluding it from the food and the replacement for soy or goat's milk. Unfortunately, very often intolerant to cow's milk is combined with intolerance of its possible substitutes. In this case, you should use protein hydrolysates (proteins that are partially destroyed), allergic activity which is much lower.
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  • Yes, you should consult with a well reputed allergist.
    TAMallick 21 Replies Flag this Response
  • I know One thing as my personal Experience.Milk is Big Enemy of Cold And Cough.
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  • I have 5 year old niece my sister faced same problem. some people says that cold milk is may be not cough after drink.Generic viagra online
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  • my child is 6 month old and recently went o level 2 of the formula milk. within just 6 days she developed a cough and stop having milk. also, i was weening her and she began getting hysterical at any attempt of feeding her. So the Dr. advised we move to buffalo/ cow milk alternatively and give her vitamin c and cough syrup.canadadrugsunited.com- Affordable, Reliable & Secure Internet pharmacy
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