- Kids may react to milk protein in DPT shot
- Drug speeds up milk allergy treatment
- Oral treatment best for milk allergy
- Many kids shake milk allergy as toddlers
- Oldest siblings hit hardest by allergies
- Cookies may help kids beat milk allergy
Regarding the last study, last summer our allergist instructed me to start adding very small amounts of milk and egg to baked goods and giving them to Ainsley on a regular basis because he said the research was showing this was a safe way to induce tolerance to these allergens (safe because she was able to tolerate some baked egg/milk when she was very young so we know she's not allergic to baked milk/egg in small concentrations). Still, I hesitated to do this because it feels weird to introduce these allergens to her diet - and because logistically it's harder to bake this way because I can't allow her to help me mix up the batter (because she would come into contact with the unbaked forms of these allergens) and would have to keep separate mixing bowls/utensils for this type of thing. But this study has convinced me that I have to start doing it ... sometime after the new baby arrives and I have some energy again.