I would definitely try cutting it out - oat milk is a good option, as is soy. DD is fine on soy but many babies who can't tolerate dairy also can't tolerate soy. DD will stay on soy formula until 2 as instructed by paed just to make sure she's getting everything she needs whilst we find our way with her dairy free diet!
I was only saying to DD's GP the other day that I don't believe she has 'eczema-y skin' as such. When she hasn't been In contact with any triggers and she's not sick or teething, her skin is beautiful and clear, eczema free. Sorry I can't see previous posts - did you say that colds etc trigger the eczema?
Silly do you live in Vic by any chance?
My ds also had cmpi as well as allergy to soy, gluten, wheat and eggs. I had to cut all of them out of my diet while BFing and even traces were enough to cause a flare up. Ds used to get reflux, blood in stools and eczema. Once we cut everything out, he was fine. We had to do the elimination diet and slowly introduce foods to see if there was a reaction. Our allergy specialist advised us not to try strawberries, kiwi fruit or nuts until at least 2 yrs old as they were known "allergy" foods. Ds is 4 now and has grown out of most of his allergies.
Almond milk and rice milk are also great
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