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Infant Lactose Intolerance

My 14 month daughter has been diagnosed with lactose intorlerance via blood test. It is mild since she can have some cheese and trace amounts of milk in food, but she is on soy milk as her primary milk intake. Was wondering if there is anything I can give her that would increase the production of lactase in her system. I know one can buy the lactase enzyme pills over the counter but I am looking for homeopathy or natural remedies.
 
  nm4fun on 2008-06-17
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I am not prescribing here, rather, telling you of a similar situation which had a solution:

My daughter had the same problem. It later developed into eczema and breathing trouble due to congestion which the Western doctors diagnozed as Stage I asthma.

I took my daughter to a homeopath in India. She precribed a 12 week dose of 'Tuberculinum Bovinum', also she asked me to stop cow's milk for some time. The medicine cured my daughter completely over the 12 weeks. Dring the 12 weeks, my daighter showed glimpses of each symptom as they dissappeared quickly. I know this sounds too good to be true. It is true. But this is a serious ailment, so please make sure you take your child in person for treatment by a reliable homeopath rather than do this online. The doctor who had helped me is no longer practising since she is now past 85 and has retired. Good luck.
 
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