So we realized my son was lactose intolerant at a year old - he can't handle Milk or cheese or dairy like yogurt.. we started off trying soy which seemed to be fine for him but then a year later he started getting the eczema again and terrible gas/ tummy pains so we took him off so - So I was told by the Dr to try Lactose free because its probably that which he is allergic to, well he seems fine with lactose free ice cream but not the milk - So I tried the Almond milk which is Soy free and lactose free - he once again, broke out like crazy again.. I plan to make an Appt with a Dr/ nurse / Dietician but wondering what it could be then he's allergic to here - and if he does ok on lactose free ice cream but not milk? how does that make sense?Answer Question
Answer by mommy_of_two388 at 3:57 PM on Jun. 1, 2011
A lactose intolearance is a allergy to the sugars in milk and dairy. Your son may have a Cassien (sp?) allergy/intolerance. That's an allergy to the proteins in dairy.
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