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10/21/2010
...Experiencing no breathing problems from the vomiting then your little one is what pediatricians call a “happy spitter” and no treatment is needed. Infant Reflux and GERD Reflux occurs when the contents of the stomach flow back up into the esophagus. When reflux is severe, it can progress to a more serious condition such as GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease). GERD symptoms include heartburn, regurgitation of food or sour liquid, difficulty swallowing, coughing, wheezing and chest...
09/09/2010
...threatening response to food allergens, we wanted to review what the signs of anaphylaxis look like. Anaphylaxis – What to Watch For The signs of anaphylaxis may occur within seconds of exposure, or be delayed 15 to 30 minutes or even an hour or more after exposure (which is most typical of reactions to aspirin and similar drugs). Early symptoms are often related to the skin and include: Difficulty breathing; wheezing Changes in consciousness (including...
Baby Rashes from A to Z (Acne to Eczema!) and When Is It a Milk Allergy?
04/18/2017
...allergy will also display other symptoms in addition to the baby rashes. For instance, you may also see signs of diarrhea, vomiting, gassiness, wheezing, runny nose, and colic. If you do see a rash accompanied by any of these other symptoms, make sure to keep detailed notes and share all signs with your little one’s doctor so that the healthcare team has all of the information to get to the bottom of what might be...
Back to School With Food Allergies
08/18/2016
Summer is winding down, and it’s time to start helping your children prepare for their return to class and food allergy. Your school might have sent school supply lists, teacher assignments, and schedule for school nights. Now, it’s time to create your own food allergy checklist. Whether your child is returning to the classroom or attending for the first time, here are some things to help make sure they have a successful,...
01/18/2011
...reflux disease (GERD), or wheezing. Only a change in the diet will truly solve the problem. When you see your pediatrician, you may also want to request a referral to an allergist (narrow your search by selecting the “Food Allergy” specialty). The allergy testing that these professionals perform provides the best information to help your child find a diagnosis and relief from a food allergy. Finally, share with the doctor your knowledge of Neocate, the...
09/17/2013
...the mouth Hives, itching or eczema Swelling of the lips, face, tongue and throat, or other parts of the body Wheezing, nasal congestion or trouble breathing Abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea or vomiting Dizziness, lightheadedness or fainting Management: While there is no cure for food allergies, strict avoidance and early recognition of food allergens are essential to preventing food reactions. If that is not possible here are 10 management tips to prevent food reactions: 10 Tips...
06/29/2010
...Milk Allergy Causes A negative reaction to the sugar in milk and milk products. An allergic reaction to the protein in milk and milk products Symptoms Bloating Gassiness Diarrhea Gassiness Persistent diarrhea Vomiting Skin Rashes Extreme fussiness Low or no weight gain Wheezing Overall failure to thrive Age of Onset Can develop at any age, but usually not in infants Usually does not go away First few weeks or months of life (usually not after...
09/18/2008
...Gina Clowes is the founder of AllergyMoms.com. We would like to thank her for guest blogging for us and sharing her family’s allergy story. Note: This article was originally written for Health Central: My AllergyNetwork.com. To view the article there, click here. If you’re reading this article, chances are your child has recently had a frightening allergic reaction. Or, after months of colic, acid reflux, eczema, hives or wheezing, your child was finally...
   
 
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