It is very common for babies to have their routine upset like this after a hospital admission. It takes a while but your baby will settle down again. Your baby is not allergic to cow's milk, so she can have any milk formula now and you can change to a growing up formula such as Nido when she is 12 months.
Do not give her any peanut products or egg as you mention that the allergy counts were high. These foods may cause a rash around the mouth and an itchy rash which may involve the whole body. Later on reactions may be worse and more dangerous with swelling of the tongue and mouth and difficulty in breathing. These tests should be repeated at 3 years to see if your little girl is still allergic to peanut and egg at that stage.
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