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How long to symptoms go off ?
My baby is 3.1 month old with CMPA . I have started eliminations dairy products diet for past 5 days . How long will take for a baby to completely get out of this and symptoms
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Hello Give exclusive breast feeding upto 6 months of age and try to breastfeed the child upto 2years. Avoid animal milks upto 2years. Start complementary feeding in mashed form from 6months of age and increase the amount gradually.
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monitor weight, height gain, urine output and development
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Usually newborn infants have infancy gastric reflux upto an age of 6-9months, which can be normal until there is adequate weight gain by the baby. I would advise u to review ur child with a pediatrician inorder to assess the growth of the baby. If u can provide me with birthweight and present weight of the baby then can roughly asses how well the baby is growing.
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continue adequate exclusive breastfeeding till 6montsh can avoid dairy products
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Hi, You should give exclusive BF till 6months of age...
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to eliminate CMPA, give topmilk after 1year of age..
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