When you are concerned about your child’s health, your general paediatrician is always the first person to contact. He will do his best to help you or he will refer you to a paediatric specialist which may sometimes be necessary.
Diagnosing CMA will take more than one step. Unfortunately, more than one test may be needed to prove that your child has CMA.
Infants and children require a certain daily amount of protein to grow and develop normally. That is why your child will need another source of proteins to replace the proteins in cow’s milk that is no longer an option.