Do you suspected that your baby has CMPA? Then you can use my CMPA Symptom Checker to keep a log of these symptoms. The checker includes space to log; tummy, respiratory and skin symptom and help to identify any patterns in your baby’s symptoms.
You can download it here;
This CMPA symptom checker should be used alongside a full assessment from a qualified health professional like me to support the diagnosis of whether your baby’s symptoms are due to cow milk protein allergy.
A full assessment should include;
- History of symptoms
- Family history of allergy
- Clinical History
- Typical intake – milk & food
- Weight & Growth
As you can see this symptom checker should not be used on it’s own for diagnosis.
If you have any concerns or need support with diagnosis of CMPA then you can get in touch with me via the button below
My blog on Symptoms of CMPA will also support you with how diagnosis of CMPA is made, including the difference between IgE and non IgE allergy and the milk challenge vs allergy testing. You can find my blog here