CMA typically develops in an infant’s first year, and it occurs when the immune system reacts inappropriately to a protein in cow's milk.2 The allergic reaction usually causes symptoms like diarrhoea, wheezing and eczema - these symptoms are common in infants who aren't well, so it can take time to diagnose.
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1. DRAMCA. WAO Journal April 2010.
2. DRAMCA. WAO Journal April 2010. 2. NICE. Food allergy in under 19s: assessment and diagnosis. CG116. 2011
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