COW'S MILK PROTEIN ALLERGY – Should we test for it?



In children with non-IgE mediated cow’s milk protein allergy, skin prick tests are often used to diagnose, despite the child showing clear symptoms. Skin prick …

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4 thoughts on “COW'S MILK PROTEIN ALLERGY – Should we test for it?

  1. Great video Nishti – this is exactly how my daughter's allergies were diagnosed, by an exclusion diet followed by reintroduction – confirmed by a paediatrician based on clinical history and symptoms.

  2. Definitely agree that we should just listen to natural signs.. tests aren’t necessary! And not always accurate. My poor baby is allergic to milk protein and is now on Elecare but we figure it out without a test.

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