I have to say that both of my children are in good health even though one was exclusively formula- fed. Now I would like to say that my formula-fed child suffers from food allergies. But my youngest child who was breastfed have no allergies at all. Could it be the formula?
Asked by Anonymous at 9:43 AM on May. 17, 2011 in Kids' Health
Answer by balagan_imma at 9:55 AM on May. 17, 2011
Answer by AntoinetteF at 9:58 AM on May. 17, 2011
DD was breastfed for 21 months and has tons of allergies. DS has none - even though he had formula because he was too small to latch as a newborn.
Answer by JSD24 at 12:03 PM on May. 17, 2011
Answer by DJsMommy610 at 12:48 PM on May. 17, 2011
Answer by MizLee at 9:45 AM on May. 17, 2011
IDK, neither asthma nor allergies run in my family. One child was bf'd for 5 months, the other never had formula. Neither of them have issues now.
Answer by Candi1024 at 9:49 AM on May. 17, 2011
Answer by gemgem at 9:56 AM on May. 17, 2011
No. If that was the case then 99% of the general public born in the 50's & 60's would all have food allergies since BF was not common then. And they Don't. My child has no food allergies either. I believe it's hereditary or due to environmental exposure to an irritant.
Answer by ILovemyPaulie at 9:59 AM on May. 17, 2011
Answer by Zakysmommy at 10:00 AM on May. 17, 2011
Answer by scout_mom at 10:01 AM on May. 17, 2011
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