Allergies to cow’s milk are common among infants and young children. Doctors typically tell new parents not to introduce cow’s milk to children before they are six months of age, as early introduction could make them more vulnerable in the future. Even so, research confirms as many as 90% of young children with a cow’s milk allergy outgrow it by the time they turn three. Common symptoms of a cow’s milk allergy include hives, constipation, diarrhea, gastrointestinal inflammation, and vomiting.
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