Childhood Diseases

Question
Posted by: liezle | 2010/03/23

Q.

NAN HA 1

WE RECENTLY LEARNED THAT OUR 4 MONTH OLD IS ALLERGIC TO LATOGEN, PUT HIM OVER ON SOY, WHICH HE ALSO HAD A SKIN REACTION TO. I AM NO FEEDING HIM NAN HA 1 FOR THE PAST WEEK - NO PROBLEMS. WILL I BE ABLE TO PUT HIM ON NORMAL NAN BY 6 MONTHS?

Expert's Reply

A.

Paediatrician

No, you will need to feed your baby on NAN HA until 12 months. Then he must be tested to see if he is still allergic to cow's milk before deciding on his next formula/milk.

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