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07/20/2010
...I have a friend whose daughter has severe gluten allergies. We often have long conversations about what it’s like to live with a child who has severe allergies, but one story she shared with me stands out. Her daughter was starting to get a horrible rash on her feet, and my friend could not understand what was causing it. After some investigative work, it turns out it was her daughter’s new flip flops!...
06/08/2017
...Food allergies can involve many types of responses. For example, you may get a rash after eating a certain food or a reaction could be life threatening, like anaphylaxis. The most common immune response to a food is when your body makes something called IgE antibodies to the protein of the food allergen. This can cause a variety of physical reactions or symptoms such as skin itching, hives, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, breathing difficulty such as...
04/14/2016
...like shampoo, conditioner, soap, makeup, etc. may contain milk. While you need to ingest these proteins to trigger an allergic reaction, using products that contain these ingredients topically (i.e you’re your skin) might spark a skin reaction, like a rash or hives, for some people with a cow milk allergy. Other items we came across in our searches that have popped up with the potential to contain milk proteins: Dustless chalk Chewing gum Bread Ready-to-eat...
Finn finds Neocate<sup>®</sup> Syneo<sup>®</sup> to help resolve his food allergy symptoms – A parent’s perspective
I would say Finn’s journey to finding relief with Neocate® Syneo® began at around 3 weeks old. Finn was breastfed since birth. Aside sounding like he was congested in his breathing and crying somewhat more than his older brother did as an infant, he seemed like an overall healthy, happy newborn. At around 3 weeks old, Finn started to get what we thought was just bad baby acne that flared up periodically. Around...
01/07/2014
...appointment: What symptoms have you observed? Itching, swelling, skin rash (hives), vomiting, and difficulty breathing are the most common symptoms due to immediate onset (IgE mediated) food allergy. These can occur individually or collectively. What is the timing of onset? IgE mediated food allergies can occur within minutes of ingestion, almost always within a few hours. Delayed onset allergies (milk protein allergy in newborns) may not occur for 1-2 days. How long did the symptoms...
   
 
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