My 9 week old baby has had a recurrence of eczema on his face and his body and spotty red dots on his legs and hands. He had it previously when we started him on formula (breastfeeding issues) when he was a week old and we were recommended to put him on goat's milk which cleared his eczema within a week. He was also a much calmer baby. About a week ago, his grandma fed him a bottle of his sister's toddler (cow's milk) formula and since then, the eczema has come back. We're not sure if its the formula that is causing this or if it could be a different kind of allergy. Can anyone advise? He has also been rather unsettled.
isabellesmom on 2006-05-22
just keep him on breastfeed.
when the baby grows old, may be 3 months, cow's milk can be slowly introduced.
♡ rishimba last decade
These are often the originating cause of eczema.
walkin last decade
isabellesmom last decade
cranial oeseopath--why?that wont settle eczema...osteopath or chiropractic for infant most time only needed if cesarean section done..or dramatic birthing extraction..and this is docs impatience most generally..none the less ..
that's best i can say--and educate yourself concerning whatis proper homoeopathic treaen--so youdont get mixed up with some charlatan practitioner..ok?
♡ John Stanton last decade
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