Milk allergy is the primary sign of giving babies hypoallergenic baby formula instead of the normal formula milk. The usual signs and symptoms that a baby might manifest when suffering from milk allergies are nausea, difficulty or pain upon defecation, bloody stool, persistent crying during feeding and other feeding difficulties.
These signs may also be detected with these infants who are intolerant to breast milk and may even be experienced by babies with family history of allergic conditions such as asthma, asthma; food allergies, etc. Now you easily contact us for a free case review and discuss your any case.
Hypoallergenic formula milk is more tolerated by babies with a gastrointestinal disease when compared with the regular baby formula since its protein constituent is in its simplest form and for that reason it is more easily digested.
In fact, hypoallergenic formulas are categorized into three, based on their own protein structures: partially hydrolyzed, extensively hydrolyzed and amino acid-based baby formulas.
These three types of hypoallergenic formulas are all derived from cow's milk but change in the forms of their protein constituents.
The partially hydrolyzed formula has more complex protein structure compared to the other two formulas. However, one of the three kinds, the amino acid-based milk includes the simplest type of protein which makes it more easily digestible compared to hydrolyzed types.
Several brands of hypoallergenic formula are available on the industry. For more guidance, drop by your pediatrician as soon as milk allergic symptoms have been detected on your baby.