Children usually have the same symptoms as adults.
Symptoms of milk or soy allergies in children may include
eczema. Sometimes the
only symptoms are extreme crying,
vomiting, blood in the stool, diarrhea, constipation, or poor growth.
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Symptoms vary from mild to life-threatening and can appear
from within minutes to days of eating a food. The most severe reaction is
anaphylaxis, which affects many body systems and can be deadly.
Anaphylaxis can start within a few minutes to a few hours after you eat the
food. And the symptoms can go away and come back hours later. Common triggers for anaphylaxis are peanuts, nuts,
and seafood. In children, peanuts cause anaphylaxis more often than other
foods. Aspirin, exercise,
or alcohol can increase the risk for anaphylaxis.