Symptom Guide

Symptom Guide

Allergic reactions can affect different areas of the body but are most likely to appear on the skin, in the tummy area and the respiratory tract. Please browse the symptom guide if you are looking for detailed explanations and pictures to each condition possibly caused by food allergy.

  • Back arching

    Back arching (also during feeding), can occur in babies with significant reflux of food.
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  • Eye, Lip and Facial Swelling

    A swelling is an abnormal accumulation of fluid beneath the skin.
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  • Faltering growth

    Faltering growth or failure to thrive means slow physical growth of any cause and does not imply abnormal intellectual, social, or emotional development.
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  • Feeding difficulty/refusal

    Feeding difficulty or refusal typically expresses itself in gagging, vomiting, and slow or difficult advancement of feeding volume
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  • Night sweats

    Night sweats is the occurrence of excessive sweating during sleep, even if your baby may not suffer from excessive perspiration while awake.
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  • Restless sleeping

    The medical term for restless sleeping or sleeping difficulties is insomnia. This can occur as a result of other symptoms e.g. bloating, wind, reflux, colic, etc.
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