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If you drink or eat dairy products and are breastfeeding, the cow's milk protein is passed to your baby. Cow's milk protein is also an ingredient in most infant formulas. Some babies are sensitive to this protein.
Signs of cow's milk protein sensitivity or intolerance include:
A formula-fed baby with suspected cow's milk protein intolerance usually will be switched to a soy-based formula.
If your baby has signs of milk protein intolerance, contact your baby's doctor.
Current as of: February 10, 2021
Author: Healthwise Staff
E. Gregory Thompson MD - Internal Medicine
Adam Husney MD - Family Medicine
Martin J. Gabica MD - Family Medicine
Lora J. Stewart MD - Allergy and Immunology
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