Re: Help - Dairy allergy in 6 month old?
Certainly could be an allergy. Did baby get all those different foods in one day, or was this over a period of several days?
One thing you can do, when an allergy is suspected, is to offer single ingredient foods and to offer the same single ingredient food for several days in a row. If you get through 3-4 days with no signs of an allergy, you can consider that ingredient safe and move on to the next food.
If it were me, I would definitely take dairy out of the mix for now. That means no formula, no yogurt, and no skimmed milk. Especially no skimmed milk. The dairy proteins in formula and yogurt are, to some greater or lesser extent, broken down by processing and are therefore less likely to cause allergic reactions. The proteins in cow's milk, on the other hand, are in no way broken down and are more likely to cause issues. In the US- I'm thinking you're in the UK?- the recommendation is that cow's milk not be offered until 12 months.
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