I'm staying with my SIL at the moment in Dubai. She has 14month old DD who was diagnosed from 6w with dairy intolerance and put on prescription formula in the UK. She is now on one bottle of formula per day and has been introduced back onto dairy foods such as cheese, yoghurt etc after being told by a paed. to introduce dairy after 12m. DD skin is rough but never itchy, has patches of discoloration, constant runny nose, potentially behavioral issues which may or may not be related.
SIL doesn't seem to be investigating how to get rid of the skin problem and seems more concerned about DD getting enough calcium.
So my question is, for those who's toddler has an apparent dairy intolerance what do you do?
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