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A milk allergy is an immune reaction to one of the many proteins in animal milk, although it is most often caused by the alpha S1-casein protein in cow's milk. A milk allergy is sometimes confused with lactose intolerance because they often share symptoms. The two conditions are very different, however. Lactose intolerance occurs when a person lacks the enzyme (lactase) to metabolize lactose—a milk sugar—in the intestines. Symptoms associated with allergy are:
• abdominal cramps
• loose stool (which may contain blood or mucus)
• skin rash
• intermittent coughing
• runny nose or sinus infection
• failure to thrive (slow to gain weight or height)
HOW IS MILK ALLERGY DIAGNOSED?
Diagnosis of Milk Allergy depends on the symptoms and physical examination of the individual. The doctor may ask detailed questions on the occurrence and trigger of allergy. Paediatricians may order for a skin prick test to confirm milk allergy. A blood test may also reveal the response of the immune system by detecting the immunoglobulin levels
HOW IS MILK ALLERGY TREATED?
The treatment for milk allergy includes:
§ Avoid milk, other dairy products, and products containing milk protein, read labels carefully.
§ Administer epinephrine (adrenaline) if symptoms become severe.
DID YOU KNOW?
Usually children outgrow this problem with age, but if not then you should avoid milk at all costs.