Allergy to cow protein
Allergy to cow protein is quite a big problem for many parents, since so many young children and infants suffer from intolerance to cow's milk protein.The most commonly allergic to cow protein in children aged up to one year.
In case of intolerance to cow's milk protein, allergic skin manifestations, are usually the result of a hasty transition to food with cow's milk after breastfeeding.Less frequently it occurs when feeding your baby cow's milk-based infant formula, and is caused by a heightened sensitivity to the structure of the milk protein receptors of the intestine.This is due to the fact that different manufacturers of infant formula protein structure is different, so only in the case of the gradual replacement of certain milk mixture to the maximum equivalent, usually leads to the disappearance of allergic skin manifestations.Replace the milk mixture is best to pre-negotiate with the master of the child's pediatrician, it should be remembered that in the case
main causes of allergy to cow's milk protein :
• Too hasty transition from breastfeeding, feeding baby based on cow's milk formula milk, or directly by the cow's milk
• Feeding the baby's milk-based infant formula, the technology of preparation whichwas broken, iewas not clearly stated on the package made the recommended instructions for preparation.In this case, the prevention of allergic reactions to the preparation of infant formula with a clear implementation of all recommendations
• The transition to feeding the baby milk formula was produced against the background of a stressful situation: preventive vaccination, hypothermia or overheating of the child present intestinal dysbiosis, colds, orother reasons
Toddlers first year of life of allergic diathesis usually develops as a result of lactose intolerance ("milk sugar") - a carbohydrate that is found in cow's milk, breast milk and infant formula.Intolerance to milk sugar, according to the advanced theories developed in the case of hereditary predisposition.Almost everyone has friends who use dairy products (containing a small number of lactose), while categorically refusing milk.In addition to skin allergies, lactose intolerance is manifested poor weight gain, constant belching, loose stools, or on the contrary, constipation, frequent intestinal colic.In the absence of concomitant serious problems (diseases of the central nervous system, intestinal dysbiosis, and so forth.), Lactose intolerance due to hereditary predisposition is beginning to manifest itself after the first year of life, without compromising in the future health and well-being of the child.
developing allergies to milk mixture and the milk in case of intolerance to "milk sugar" may re-emerge on the background of an intestinal infection (diarrhea for a long time), subject to compliance diet during and after treatment of the disease.Preventing this is a well-balanced diet, as in the period of illness and during her recovery.
If intestinal dysbiosis is stronger, the child should be transferred to food lactose free mixture or a mixture of low-lactose.In addition, after undergoing intestinal infection should be for seven to ten days to refrain from introducing new foods into the daily diet.If allergic to cow protein is clearly established and determine the severity of the problem, the issue of changing the diet should be permanently solved without delay with your doctor.This change, depending on the situation, may include in itself the transition to feeding the mixture to the total absence of lactose, the transition to the hypoallergenic formula (in these mixtures greater degree of breakdown of proteins of cow's milk), a change in diet, etc..
most popular nowadays are medicatedmixtures based on soybean.These mixtures are used in the case of confirmed allergy to cow's protein intolerance and lactose.
Lactose intolerance combined with cow's milk protein intolerance, your doctor may suggest if expressed concern toddler combined with intestinal colic, belching, severe allergic skin manifestations, and the changing nature of the chair.The most severe allergies to cow protein occurs in children, adults whose relatives suffer the disease.
intolerance or allergy to cow's milk protein often occurs against a background of digestive disorders, most often in the background of intestinal dysbiosis treatment which usually requires a lot of patience and time.In this situation the optimal solution is the transition to the mixture which are based on soy.
Symptoms of allergies to cow protein quite variable and can manifest as minor skin drink, and severe digestive disorders, and sometimes systemic manifestations.Accurately determines allergic to cow's milk protein characteristic symptom does not exist, since there is always a combination of several symptoms.One half of the children is dominated by cutaneous manifestations (hives, swelling of the eyelids or lips, atopic dermatitis), while the other half have seen the development of intestinal symptoms (vomiting, cramps, constipation or diarrhea, frequent regurgitation).In the fifth part of the kids says svistyasche breath, chronic cough, and runny nose.
absolutely optimal nutrition of any child is the mother's milk, which plays a kind of protective role for children with an increased risk of food allergies.Contained in the maternal breast milk proteins child learns without problems.In addition, breast milk contains protect against foreign substances immature gut specific substances.That is why if the mother refuses to breast-feed your baby, it becomes predisposed to the development of atopy (atopic dermatitis).
If confirmed the diagnosis - an allergy to cow's milk protein in the first place should be completely excluded from the daily diet kid all based on cow's milk products.In the case of infant feeding mixture, it is required urgently replaced by a mixture which is based on amino acids or vysokogidrolizovannuyu hypoallergenic formula.
the treatment of allergy to cow's protein as the product of choice, a mixture of soy is not recommended for children under two years, as the content of (a newborn and young children) does not meet the nutritional needs.
Fortunately, the majority of children with this type of allergy to dairy-free diet for life does not need.Allergy to cow protein is usually somewhat slower allowed intolerance, but it is the vast majority of children to a maximum of four years passes.