dairy/soya allergy, does ur baby/child suffer from this and did u breast or bottle feed

Claire - posted on 03/11/2009 ( 45 moms have responded )

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me and a friend are doing a study on dairy intollerance and any links between breast and bottle feeding. i breast fed my son and found out he was allergic to dairy when moving over to formula. i went back to breast feeding and gave up dairy myself, and his symptoms settled down. he then went onto dairy/soya free formula when bit older but i find he isnt anywhere near as sensitive to dairy as he once was.

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Rhonda - posted on 07/14/2009

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My first baby was breast fed for 6 weeks and then bottle fed he was quite collicie but with your first I just thought it was normal, he is almost 12 now and still wets the bed if he has a certain amount of Dairy, it works like an accumulative effect, he has been allergy tested by the doctor and they say he isn't allergic to dairy it must be something else or I must be mad, but when he doesn't have dairy he doesn't wet the bed.

I brestfed my second baby, now 10. I cut out all dairy from my diet, but still had the occasional slip, I started eating dairy again when he was about 4 months old and though we had a few bad nights straight up he got better, he doesn't seem to show any side effects to dairy now.

My 3rd baby is almost 1 and I cut dairy and soy out of my diet for the 9 months I breastfed him, he slept like a dream, I think to date he has vomited twice and just seems to be a very happy content baby.

My kinesiologist told me that it is the protiens in dairy that some people have a difficult time digesting. Ive read a fair bit about the process used in producing milk and Dairy these days as aposed to when our parents were young, and the basic facts are that cows milk was produced for potty calves not humans, during production everything that is benificial in milk is cooked out and kids aren't even getting the calcium that the advertising companies claim out of milk. If a potty calf was fed processed milk it wouldn't survive to adulthood.

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Trish - posted on 04/11/2012

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mt 5 year old was b/fed until 4weeks old when he went onto formula he got very ill very wuick turns out he severly allergic to cow milk protein... i had ababy 17 week ago she showed sign of discomfortwhile b/f so i put mself onto a milk free diet she seems rather settled now. 5 year old on nutramigen

Lisa - posted on 04/07/2012

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My daughter is now 13 months and I am still breastfeeding. She has a severe allergy to all dairy, soy and eggs. She also reacts to raw fruits and vegetables so everything now has to be steamed. I am sure there are many more allergies that we are not aware of yet so feeding her is a nightmare everytime. She also suffers from very bad excema which does get better everytime we discover what she's allergic to and remove it from her diet. I have taken dairy, eggs, soy, and tomatoes just to mention a few out of my own diet until she stops breastfeeding.

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Kristi - posted on 03/18/2012

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Forgot to mention, like Kristen and Ariel, I too loved milk when I was pregnant. I drank about a gallon every 4 - 7 days. This is interesting and I wonder if they will ever find a link between this allergy and mothers who drank milk. Curious if any of the other moms craved Milk as well????

Kristi - posted on 03/18/2012

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I breastfed my son till he was 12 weeks old, meanwhile he was going through all sorts of tests as the dr's were diagnosing the severity of his Dairy Protein Allergy. He had hives all over his body, a sore tummy, screamed a lot and threw up about 20 minutes after each feeding. Turns out, cutting dairy from my diet was not enough, as his allergy was so severe that you could visually see blood in his stools from his intestines being inflamed (colitis). We tried 4 over the counter hypoallergenic formulas, but it was a GI specialist who said he needed Prescription EleCare (used in feeding tubes). He explained the breakdown of proteins in the different formulas as a freight train with many cars (breast milk and regular formula), broken up into just a few cars (hypoallergenic and soy based formulas) to prescription formula which is broken down 1 car (or protein) at a time. This was a godsend!!!! He has prospered and not a single sign of the allergy has appeared in 12 months. We will attempt to try rice milk at 18 months, but until then he is doing great with fruits, veggies, meats and this formula.

Monica - posted on 03/13/2012

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My children were both allergic to dairy and soy. I nursed to 20 months and 18 months (they quite nursing on their own). With both I had to cut out dairy and soy from my diet while nursing. I was eventually able to introduce them back into my diet (except for soy with my son). My daughter outgrew her allergies by age 2. My son is 2 1/2 and has only outgrown the dairy allergy. He is still very sensitive to soy (stomach cramps, diarrhea and rash).

Michelle - posted on 06/18/2010

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my daughter is allergic to dairy and soya we didnt find this out for quite a while i had my suspicions as my eldest could not tollerate dairy but after months of her not gaining weight, the hospital tried a dairy and soya free formula and she thrived on it were very careful of what she eats and tend to co everything from scratch for her, so when i had my daughter 8wks ago i decided to breast feed unfortunatly she wasnt gaining weight so after a hospital admission she was offered top up bottles of a high calorie formula she became quite unwell on it constant crying, up to 24 dirty nappies a day and loosing weight after what seemed a huge battle of me telling the hospital it was the milk they tried her on a dairy free milk and i gave up dairy in my diet so i could carry on breast feeing shes now doing well

Kyla - posted on 06/11/2010

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My oldest son who is now 8 is severly allergic to milk protien. He was breastfed and didnt have any symtoms until we started to feed him solid food.

Ariel - posted on 01/07/2010

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Just saw Kristin's post above, and wanted to add that like her I seriously craved milk when I was pregnant. Normally I don't drink it at all but I was downing a quart a day in my 2nd and 3rd trimesters. (Never know, it might be relevant)

Ariel - posted on 01/07/2010

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I breastfed my son for his first 5 months, he developed eczema at 2 months old and it was diagnosed at 4 months. Cutting dairy from my diet helped his eczema, we stopped breastfeeding and switched to soy formula when he was 5 months old and the eczema and crankiness (which I just thought was his personality) went away completely. Now, at 14 months, he manages with small amounts of cheese, but if any dairy gets on his face he breaks out in hives and if he ingests any dairy in the evening he wakes up part way thru the night howling with discomfort.

When he started getting very fussy at 3 months old I was told he had colic, when the eczema showed up I was told it was a milk intolerance, at his 12 month checkup when I explained to the ped that he broke out in hives when he got macaroni and cheese on his face she finally agreed that it was an allergy, but still has not even suggested allergy testing or even referred me to a dietician to find out how to replace the nutrients from dairy in his diet. The information out there is very confusing and malnutrition from inadequate protein, fats, calcium, vitamin D, vitamin A, and B vitamins could be life-threatening. It seems wrong to me that his doctor shows so little interest in actually addressing this issue.

Rebecca - posted on 01/07/2010

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i breast fed my daughter and found out she was allergic to dairy when moving over to formula, we tried many diffrent brands and even soya but she cant tolerate any think milk at all

Jennifer - posted on 01/07/2010

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My dd was born w/dairy allergy and at almost 3 is severely anaphylactic to even contact w/dairy. Through breastfeeding her I FINALLY realized my own dairy allergy when I gave up all traces of dairy and symptoms I'd had for my entire 32 yrs disappeared. My older boys were also breastfed and have no food allergies at all - even my oldest whom was mostly supplemented w/formula for the first 6 months. My dd has many many food and environmental allergies, which we're finding are TOTALLY genetically linked. Until her struggles we had NO IDEA how many people on both my and my hubby's family have food and enviro allergies.

Amanda - posted on 01/06/2010

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It is nice to hear that we all have had similar issues. I began breast-feeding my son but instantly had issues with him screaming after feeding, and he was constantly hungry. I was told that my son (now 11 mos.) had colic and was sent home. I cut dairy out of my diet which helped a lot but didn't fix the problem completely: he stopped screaming after eating but still had itchiness and eczema everywhere. I tried all sorts of things from steriod creams to oatmeal baths but nothing helped his eczema. I switched him to soy formula at three months. The eczema improved slightly (his faced stopped being an oozy mess) but still bothered him a lot. Finally when he was 9 mos we went in and got an early blood analysis test for allergies. He is severely allergic to (has anaphylactic reactions to) wheat, eggs, all nuts, soy, milk, cod fish, chicken and dogs. No wonder I was having such a hard time getting him well!

Michelle - posted on 10/17/2009

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strictly breast baby...never an ounce of formula... when we found out she had an issue i've taken out dairy soy glutten and eggs from my diet she just turned 1 so we have a long time to go on the nursing still at least another year but she does now get small amount s of coconut milk daily

BrendaLee - posted on 09/15/2009

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My daughter is now 13 and has been allergic to dairy since infancy. I breastfed until she was 3 months old, and the whole time, she was losing weight. She would only sleep on her stomach or against my shoulder. She had horrible gas and diarrhea, which I was told was normal for breastfed babies. I was told to increase the length and frequency of feedings, and eventually to supplement with formula, but she only worsened. In fact, on formula, she began breaking out in hives and wheezing. I asked the pediatrician if she could be allergic to dairy, and was told that it wasn't possible. I was told to breastfeed more often. Huh?
So my uncle drove me to the ER with her, because he saw that I was having a rough time of it. The attending took one look at her chart and her face, gave her a shot, and handed me a trial bottle of Alimentum. She promptly threw up the first taste, but an hour later, drank some more and then settled into a deep sleep. It was the first time she had slept on her back. I was told to pump my milk and discard while I gave her the week's supply of formula. At home, she spit up the first full bottle, but was happy and seemed calm. After that, I was given vouchers from WIC for Nutramigen, which she was on until she turned 2, at which point she was put onto soymilk.

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My youngest daughter is allergic to both dairy and soy. Both allergies were discovered while still breastfeeding. She reacted on very little bits of dairy that I ate and got really very sick. I gave up breastfeeding at 5 months. She's now 10 months and here allergies seem to get better.

Jenny - posted on 08/11/2009

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Hi Claire, Wow...where do I start.. I am in Australia and my baby is Lactose Intolerant. I had heaps of breastmilk (2 ltrs store in freezer) the Australian Breastfeeding Assoc. website tells you that you can not be lactose Intolerant to Breastmilk. Love to know where they get their info. I have had him properly diagnosed. At the time I put him onto Lactose Free formula and overnight saw an amazing difference. Prior to that my partner and I would play tag team to walk with him for about and hour after each feed to try and keep him a bit settled while he had these horrible pains and his stomach was rock hard. 3 doctors told me it was colic. Due to lack of information it was only recently that I found out I could have got drops to put into breastmilk to breakdown the lactose sugars and he could have continued with breastmilk. I would love to be part of your study and know what you find out.

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Megan - posted on 07/23/2009

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I was unable to breastfeed due to my own medical issues. My daughter is now almost 2 and is still on Neocate Jr. She was unable tolarate formula even alimentum the hypoallergenic formula. She was put on Neocate Infant at 4 mon and has done very well. However, I cant get her to eat hardly anything since the Neocate Jr9 given at age 1) fills her up so much.

Jessica - posted on 07/21/2009

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My son is lactose intolerant. We figured this out when I couldn't keep up with him when I breast fed him. There is a family history of lactose intolerance in the family. My son is now 3 and is able to tolerate dairy slightly better but not much. The tummy aches have subsided but he still gets the lose stools that are not normal color. My son couldn't tolerate soy either when we tried soy formula and we found that he did very well on lactose free and he's been on a lactose free diet since he was about 2 months old. He drinks lactose free whole milk and is doing well. Just wish they made more things readily available that were lactose free so he could enjoy a lot of the things other kids his age enjoy

Jessica - posted on 07/21/2009

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My son was BF for 11 months and has alot of allergies including soy,nuts, peas, tree nuts avacado's and so many more. I test him for the milk every couple weeks just by letting him try some ice cream and he is usually full of hives very quickly so we give him zyrtec and give him a cold rag to wipe his face. milk seems to be the worst, besides peanuts. We do not test those.

Susan - posted on 07/21/2009

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Both of my kids were breastfed, though supplemented a little with cow's milk/soy formulas. Both of them have wheat and dairy allergies. I breastfed my son until about 2 weeks after his first B-day, at which point he was weaned to 2% cow milk and seemed fine for 6 months. I was pregnant with my daughter when I weaned my son, and when she was born, she was fine for about a week, then turned into this amazing vomiting girl, which she did for about the next 11 months. She was always gaining just fine, she was never underweight at all. In fact, her Dr complimented me because after her first 2 days, when babies have usually lost 5-8 oz she had gained a pound! She was never obviously ill, she just spit up always. I figured out the allergies pretty fast, but she still always has gas and an upset stomach. She was breastfed until 15 months, when she started biting too much and I told her she had to stop. I weaned her onto soy milk with less obvious ill effects than cow milk, but I still have to wonder if she might be allergic to soy as well. My son is thriving on soy milk, no problems at all, most of his problems disappeared with the removal of cow milk from his diet. So every day is an experiment, still, to see if they will sleep all night or if they ate something they shouldn't have.

Sherri - posted on 07/20/2009

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My son is 6 and he has dairy & soy allergies among others. I started off strictly breast feeding for 6 months. Originally I thought he was allergic to my milk. Then when I found out he had these allergies the doctor suggested feeding him Nutramigen formula by Gerber. When he turned 1 years old I switched over to rice milk by Rice Dreams.

Candice - posted on 07/17/2009

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Quoting Claire:

dairy/soya allergy, does ur baby/child suffer from this and did u breast or bottle feed

me and a friend are doing a study on dairy intollerance and any links between breast and bottle feeding. i breast fed my son and found out he was allergic to dairy when moving over to formula. i went back to breast feeding and gave up dairy myself, and his symptoms settled down. he then went onto dairy/soya free formula when bit older but i find he isnt anywhere near as sensitive to dairy as he once was.



My youngest son, who is now nearly 8 years old, is lactose intolerant and has an allergry to soya. I was breastfeeding him for about a month when he couldn't keep any down. I kept taking him to his doctor and he said not too worry. In the end i went to my health visitor and she weighed him and in 2 weeks he had lost 3lbs. I told her what was going on and she said to try bottlefeeding him which I done even though i felt I wasn't being a "good" mum by doing this. After 2 weeks his symptoms were worse so I went back to her and she suggested trying a soya based milk formula. He seemed to be doing a lot better on this until he had been feeding on it for a month. He started to loose weight again and I insisted that the doctor had to do more. he simply said to not give him dairy or soya milk if he couldn't tollerate them! As a young mum I was made to feel useless and as if I should have known what was going on with my son.



My son now only has rice milk and now only has the same symptoms when he has eaten something he shouldn't when out with family or over at a friends. I know this as he gets bad stomach cramps about 30 mins before he becomes ill with it. he often feels left out at parties and such like things and i will often catch him "sneeking" food he knows will make him him ill. I try my best to encourage him to stay away from the foods he knows that will make him ill but i can't watch him all the time so what can I do but do what all us mothers do and comfort him when he has the cramps and either has his head down the toilet or sat on the toilet for hours.

Kelly - posted on 07/17/2009

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I have a 5 month old and a preschooler - both experienced a cows milk protein intolerance. I breast fed my oldest for 6 weeks but combined with formula from about 3 weeks - his intolerance presented itself at 6 weeks leadin to him being hospitalised at 8 weeks. He was placed on a hydrolised formula which did the trick. My youngest was breast fed totally up until 4 weeks at which point I started to introduce one feed of formula to her diet. She immeadiately showed signs of a cows milk protein intorlerance. I tried a couple of other formulas including a lactose free formula and a soya based formula - both showed the same reaction so on the advice of my health visitor I placed her back totally on breast milk. Unfortunately she still suffered and I don't actually eat much dairy. I eventually managed to get her perscribed a hydrolysed formula from my GP and pediatrician which immeadiately cleared up all symptoms. My first born grew out of the intolerance by the time he was one years old so I have my fingers crossed my youngest will follow suit.

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All three of my daughters were breastfed, my 3 yo doesn't have any allergies, my 18 month old we just got confirmed is lactose intolerant and I am pretty sure she also has a milk allergy, but both her and my newborn were born with this allergy. They both immediately got a rash after they were born and as soon as I eliminated dairy from my diet the rash disappeared, if I ever screw up and get something w/ dairy in it, the rash comes back.



We were giving my 18 month old raw skim milk for the last 5 months which she did well on until a month ago. She has had diarhea for a month now and the only explanation we can get is allergies, we are eliminating soy right now and if she doesn't improve wheat will be next. When we tried rice and almond milk some months back she had horrible diarhea so I don't know if there is also a rice or nut allergy, but all of her problems are now skin and gut related. Her allergies are getting worse. We just started probiotics this week hoping that will help. Time will tell.

Nicola - posted on 07/15/2009

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Hi my son has food allergies and sensitivities! It started with his skin and stomach from birth really. We continued with b/f until 3 months (coz that just wasn't working) and he then went onto lactose free formula. He is now almost 5 and we are still going thru various alternate therapies to improve his quality of life. We have just had a whole year of smooth sailing before a gastro set his allergies off again. He has dairy allergy but not anaphylactic - at 1st we thought it was just the lactose but turns out to be the whole product. He has grown up on rice milk. He had serious soy allergy too but that has resolved. The list of his other allergies even included most fruit and veg! When pregnant and b/f with my 2nd I followed an allergy free diet (wheat, dairy, egg, nut, soy free). When we started her solids at 6 months she was allergic to pea carrot and corn, which she out grew but now over time (she is now 3) we have figured out she also has dairy sensitivities but not as bad as my son. I am glad that I b/f my 2nd for 18 months and that I followed the allergy free diet as I strongly believe this helped her. At the moment we have 4 people in our family each with different lists of allowable foods. Not much fun to prepare dinner but in time it will get better. I have learned that the function of the small intestine is the key. When that is working correctly and is absorbing nutrients properly then all other symptoms tend to heal and resolve. Flora and oil supplements help greatly. We do homoeopathics and energy work too which has made the biggest difference. Some think it is just mumbojumbo but I have tried it and it worked for us.

Michelle - posted on 07/14/2009

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when my four year old was 7 mons she broke out in a blotchy rash after having formula (i breastfed, but gave her formula once and a while) we found out she had allergies to soya, milk and eggs. i continued breastfeeding but took those foods out of my diet. she also drank a soya/milk free formula until almost 2. at 2 the soya allergy went away. still has a milk and egg allergy (the milk is getting a bit better, i can give her things with trace amounts of milk in them. she used to break out with even a little bit of milk in a product, not anymore) at 2 we also found out she allergic to nuts. my girlfriend breastfed all of her four kids, by 5 all of them outgrew their milk protein allergies. i'm keeping my fingers crossed.

Deeca - posted on 07/14/2009

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I have 5 children. I breast fed them all. I have 4 with dairy intolerance and 1 who is allergic to soy,dairy,bananas,pumpkin,blackcurrant, and a few other things(memory gone sorry). It didn't matter what formula or if i fed them myself they still vomited terribly.I ended up putting them on solids at 3 months,the baby nurse suggested it.They have done quite well and are now 26,25,21,19 and 7 years old. The last one is the worst with her allergies and we are still trialing foods etc with her.

Leilanie - posted on 07/10/2009

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my daughter has milk/soy allergy. she was bottle fed we gave her every simalic formula advanced, lacto free, isomil, and now she is al alimentum the hypoallergenic formula. her allergist said 98% of babies tolerate this formula. and my daughter was one of the lucky 98%. he also said that she should have any kind of milk product till she is 2 yrs old thats when she might grow out of it.

Tahlia - posted on 07/09/2009

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My 18 month old son has multiple food allergies including dairy and soy. He was breastfed and was reacting to the food coming through my milk. I continued to breastfeed him while eliminating the foods he is allergic to from my diet.

Kristin - posted on 05/22/2009

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I was also breast feeding at the time, when they determined it was milk allergies. What I find interesting is when I was pregnant, I craved milk! I breast feed for about two more weeks on a milk free diet, then decided to switch to an hypoallergenic formula. The best decision for both, my daughter finally started to gain weight and I could eat worry free.

Jennifer - posted on 05/21/2009

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I breastfed my son until he was 10 1/2 mo old and he is highly allergic to milk and eggs. The doctor thought he had acid reflux so they put him on Zantac. That didn't help. He just couldn't keep anything down. I tried to suppliment with soy formula and it was even worse. So the doc told me to try goats milk....... and thats how we discovered the milk allergy. He had such a bad reaction, swollen lips, vomiting, and he could hardly breathe. So I cut out the milk that I was drinking and started him with rice milk. He will be two this year and still has bad allergies. We're still not sure of everything he is allergic to.

Annie - posted on 05/21/2009

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When first trying to breast feed my now 6 month old at first he kept throwing up alot, we just figured it was something I was eating so we were supplamenting with milk based formula and he would throw that up like a volcano erupting within five minutes of finishing. So, then we switched to soy milk and that gave him bad diaper rash and eventually bloody dirariea(spelling so wrong) which landed us in the ER when he was a month old. So now he is getting bottle fed that hypoallergenic formula, and we have to stay clear of any milk or soy till he is a year old, then the doctor wants to try him on both agian... although he will be getting allergy tested in three months for oatmeal, green beans, and bananas among other things

Sarah - posted on 05/14/2009

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My son has cow's milk induced colitis and I have been breastfeeding. He is currently 5 months old.

Heather - posted on 05/09/2009

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My daughter has a dairy allergy. I found out because the DR said she had Colic but WIc said I should look at my Diet. I cut out dairy and she did better. So while I breast feed for 7 months I was on a dairy free diet too. Then when she used formula I gave her one with partially broken down proteins, Enfamil Gentlease.

Christina - posted on 05/07/2009

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My 10 month old is also allergic to both cow and goat milk. He too was and still is breastfed. Thankfully, he is not affected by my intake of milk products.

Jennifer - posted on 04/03/2009

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My daughter is 10 months old & can't have any cow's milk or soy. She also had a reaction to rice flour. We aren't actually sure what all she has issues with yet since she hasn't been tested. The doctor thinks it may actually be a digestion issue, we aren't sure yet. At any rate she is a breastfed baby. We started supplementing  when my parents watch her b/c my supply can't keep up, that was around 6 months. She has to have Alimentum b/c she can't handle any of the other formulas. She's breastfed the rest of the time.

Valerie - posted on 03/31/2009

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I breastfed both of my boys until they were about 4 months. They both have milk and soy allergies. My oldest at 1 year old transitioned to 2% milk just fine. He can not have whole though because it makes him gasy. My youngest is on a corn based formula because of his allergies. He is allergic to milk, soy, and lactose. He is still having some issues with the formula though. We go for a endoscopy on wednesday to do a true allergy test!

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Quoting Claire:

dairy/soya allergy, does ur baby/child suffer from this and did u breast or bottle feed

me and a friend are doing a study on dairy intollerance and any links between breast and bottle feeding. i breast fed my son and found out he was allergic to dairy when moving over to formula. i went back to breast feeding and gave up dairy myself, and his symptoms settled down. he then went onto dairy/soya free formula when bit older but i find he isnt anywhere near as sensitive to dairy as he once was.



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My 9 month old is dairy intolerant. I found out through experimenting myself. Health visitors just said she had colic but I knew it was more than that. I was exclusively breat feeding so cut all dairy out of my diet and she was muc better. Now weaned I am still not giving her any lactose or dairy but will get her tested at a year old and experiment mysle fin the hope that she grows out of it. I am still breastfeeding with the solids.

Dilki - posted on 03/23/2009

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I noticed my son started reacting to milk within 24 hours of receiving his first immunization shots at 2 months.  I've often wondered if that had anything to do with it.  I've since had 3 other children & breastfed them all.  They have all been immunized as well an only 1 of them has a dairy intolerance.

Lindsay - posted on 03/23/2009

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i am breast feeding my son and he has a dairy allergy/intolerance. my nephew was also breastfed and has an allergy to milk and peanuts. i have often wondered the same thing, because i have tons of friends who are all breastfeeding and it seems like almost every single one of their children has some sort of food allergy as well!

Dilki - posted on 03/22/2009

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My eldest son is anaphalactic to both dairy and soy. We figured out the dairy while I was still breast feeding. I gave up dairy until I dried up. We realized he was allergic to soy after a month of supplementing my nursing with a soy formula. At age 6 he is still severly allergic to both.

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