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3 month old baby with allergies needs help!

My daughter was born 10/29/09 and had slight jaundice for the first couple of days. I breastfeed exclusively. At around 1 month she developed a red pimple like rash all over her face. At around the same she started to have frequent frothy green mucousy diarreah, with a stool in almost every diaper, 12-14 a day, crying constantly, very colicky. She also projectile vomited, usually once a day in the evening before bed, after the biggest feeding. She also has extremely dry skin, eczema, and red-rimmed eyes that itch her, cradle cap and slight congestion that gets worse at night. My pediatrician recommended removing dairy and soy from my diet, which helped with the diarreah and vomiting after a month, but the other symptoms are still present. I believe she may also be allergic to citrus as there were specks of blood in her diaper when I had a glass of orange juice. Coconut and chocolate are also possiblities. I am not eating any of those for the past month. Now at almost 3 months old she has gotten a hive-like rash on her stomach and her eyes are very itchy and I don't know what food it could be. Obviously her little immune system is not quite right. She is however gaining weight well, (13 lbs and 24 inches) and seems to be ok other than the obvious discomfort from itch and digestive upset. My husband has allergies, (cats and mold, and possibly milk) I have none. I did however overdose on vitamin C while pregnant, take Kombucha for the first time around when allergies appeared, and have 1 pill from an anti-viral prescribed to me shortly after her birth before deciding not to take the medication. What can help my baby? She seems to be developing more and more allergies despite being breastfed, and I am scared to get her vaccinated because of it! Please help, I am a young mother at my wits end- I just want my baby to be healthy and feel well and conventional medicine is not an option as she is so young. Please let me know what I can give her to help.
  beaniesmom on 2010-01-21
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Please give Chamomilla 30c one drop or one pill dropped in one ounce of water, and from this medicinal solution give one drop as a dose, thus give three times on a single day, observe changes for a week and report.
maheeru last decade
Hi Maheeru,
thank you for the quick response, I will try this immediately. Do I give her the 3 doses for one day only and then watch her for a week? Or give her 3 doses per day for the entire week? Please let me know, thank you!
beaniesmom last decade
HI beaniesmom

Give doses for one day only. Observe the progress over a week and report.
maheeru last decade
Hi Maheeru,
she showed some initial improvement, her rash became less red, though still scratchy.. now she has become very irritable as though she is teething, wanting to chew and suck for comfort. Today she has had a stool in every diaper, and although it isn't green, it sounds frothy coming out and 3 of her diapers have had specks of bloody mucous. Should I continue with the chamomila? Or is there a different remedy you suggest? Thank you to anyone who can help!
beaniesmom last decade
sorry this escaped my attention. How is she doing now?
maheeru last decade

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