Baby allergies, defecation prediction


Protein allergy? I had never heard of raising babies before, but nowadays babies with protein allergies are everywhere. What is protein allergy? When the high protein content in food exceeds the range that the body can bear, the baby's body will alarm in the form of allergies. .

Babies under 1 year old are prone to allergies. Because the intestinal system and immune system of babies at this stage are not mature, they cannot absorb high protein normally, 嬰兒皮膚過敏so the body may reject it.

In fact, allergies have many symptoms, such as eczema, diarrhea, and blood in the stool. To determine whether the baby is allergic can only be determined by testing the stool and looking at the indicators of the occult blood test. Blood visible to the naked eye before was a very serious condition. After the situation improves, whether the stool is The blood cannot be seen with the naked eye, it can only be detected by testing.

How to determine if your baby is allergic to protein?

Allergy symptoms appear on the skin. This is the most intuitive and common skin manifestation, which can appear as skin itching, rash, wheals, urticaria or aggravation of the original eczema.

Gastrointestinal problems. When the gastrointestinal system cannot absorb protein, it will show a series of reactions, such as nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, diarrhea, bloating and abdominal pain, etc. Some babies may also develop allergic gastritis or enteritis. These are all manifestations of digestive tract allergies.

The nervous system is affected. After a baby is allergic to protein, due to the impact on the gastrointestinal tract, the nervous system will also suffer from various problems, such as headache, dizziness, and headache.

Influence of genetic causes. Babies with protein allergies often have a family history of allergies, for example, the father or mother is allergic. Baby Zhou’s father is allergic, and now Baby Zhou has allergic rhinitis.

What to do if protein causes allergies

1. Try to insist on breastfeeding

The protein in breast milk is the same protein for the baby and has very low allergenicity. Breastfeeding mothers should try to eat as little high-protein foods as possible, such as seafood, milk, eggs, dried fruits, and tofu. Baby Xiao Zhou has a severe allergy. Except for some freshwater fish and pork, her mother will not eat other high-protein foods, such as cakes and breads, as long as they contain eggs and milk. Xiao Zhou’s mother is lucky that she drinks Crucian carp soup can produce milk.

2. Choose hydrolyzed formula milk powder

For babies with a family history of allergies who cannot breastfeed, it is recommended to use amino acids and deeply hydrolyzed milk powder instead of ordinary milk powder. Compared with ordinary infant formula milk powder, it can effectively reduce the risk of allergic eczema in the first year of life.

3. Be careful to avoid allergic foods after adding complementary foods

Common foods that cause protein allergies include milk, eggs, soybeans, fish, shrimp, and shellfish. Babies prone to protein allergies should avoid these foods and wait until the baby is older before trying to add them.

4. Improve your own resistance

Allergies are a chronic disease and there is no way to completely cure them in the short term. Only if the autoantibodies adapt to these allergens will allergies not occur. The same is true for protein allergies in babies.

Therefore, parents must help their babies increase physical exercise, develop regular work and rest and eating habits, and improve their own resistance to deal with protein allergies.


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