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Milk allergy with eczema and rash

My 22 month old has milk protein allergy. she gets eczema in the sides of the upper arm and sides of the knee and thigh whenever she has milk. She also get flaky skin on the top of her head.
It seems like after having the Hib vaccine she started having issue with milk at 5 1/2 months old. That was the only vaccine she ever received. She did have small amount of milk before that with no issue.
When the symptoms started we were feeding her milk, she will have red rashes in her tummy. After the vaccine she also had diarrhea for few weeks.
Right now we avoid milk but once in a while she is ingest unknowingly and will have eczema and cradle cap kind of flaky skin on her head.
Please let me know a remedy for this condition.
  nbxx on 2017-10-25
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Please give her Sulphur 30 twice a day for 3 days and see how that affects when she has eczema and rash.

One dose means 2 pills.
kadwa 6 years ago
I had tried Sulphur before and it temporarily takes care of the eczema. can you please advise any remedy for her milk protein allergy. She is on a dairy free diet and have no symptoms but hoping to fix her allergy for good.
nbxx 5 years ago

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