Some important facts
What every parent and potential parent should know and consider, is that the digestive system of toddlers is still quite weak because it is not fully formed. This is the prevailing reason why they tend to experience quite a lot of difference when it comes to digesting a bit heavier food varieties. Due to this, toddlers are in most cases given only milk in order to satiate their hunger, nutritional urges and requirements. Unfortunately, some toddlers are prone to developing milk allergy, much to dislike of their mothers. In those moments, it tends to become a bit more complicated for parents to find the proper nutritional sources for their toddler.
Important to know is that the manifestations that tend to occur due to milk intolerance resemble those that occur as a direct consequence of toddler milk allergy. Having this in mind, it is no wonder that diagnosing a toddler with a milk allergy is at times quite a difficult task. One of the indicators is the change in the digestive system, which occurs once it becomes adversely affected. It is then that the toddler can be said to suffer from milk allergy with certainty. Quite the contrary, in case issues with the digestion and the improper functioning of the toddler's digestive system are not pointed out to in time, the conclusion derived will be that the baby is actually suffering from milk intolerance.
Even though it may cause certain difficulty in feeding, a toddler milk allergy is not regarded as a serious medical condition. This, of course, does not mean it should not be dealt with at all, because if left untreated, it can lead to a more serious condition like anaphylaxis, which coild be life threatening.
A normal cause for the development of a milk allergy, is certainly hypersensitivity to cold milk. Thus, it is essential to feed your baby lukewarm milk. Another aspect that urges special attention is the quantity of milk the baby is fed, for an excess amount will most certainly bring about the occurrence of a number of allergies. Furthermore, parents should also adhere to feeding their baby with smaller quantities of milk but at regular intervals, since this will have more than favorable effect on the baby's digestive system.