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Cow's milk as a cause of infantile colic in breast-fed infants.
Lancet 1978; 2(8087):437-9Lct

Abstract

18 mothers of 19 breast-fed infants with infantile colic were put on a diet free of cow's-milk protein. The colic disappeared promptly from 13; in 12, it reappeared on at least two further indirect challenges (in the form of a diet containing cow's milk to the mother). Most infants became symptom-free at age 2 to 4 months; at 4 months, only 4 reacted with colic when the mother took cow's milk. 5 infants were directly challenged with cow's milk; 4 reacted promptly with colic. Other signs of intolerance to cow's-milk protein developed in 3 infants during weaning. The treatment of infantile colic in breast-fed infants by a diet free of cow's milk for the mother appears worthwhile.

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Language

eng

PubMed ID

79803

Citation

Jakobsson, I, and T Lindberg. "Cow's Milk as a Cause of Infantile Colic in Breast-fed Infants." Lancet (London, England), vol. 2, no. 8087, 1978, pp. 437-9.
Jakobsson I, Lindberg T. Cow's milk as a cause of infantile colic in breast-fed infants. Lancet. 1978;2(8087):437-9.
Jakobsson, I., & Lindberg, T. (1978). Cow's milk as a cause of infantile colic in breast-fed infants. Lancet (London, England), 2(8087), pp. 437-9.
Jakobsson I, Lindberg T. Cow's Milk as a Cause of Infantile Colic in Breast-fed Infants. Lancet. 1978 Aug 26;2(8087):437-9. PubMed PMID: 79803.
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