But some babies may need a bit more milk, in the first few days.
http://www.bsaci.org/about/download-paediatric-allergy-action-plans Also join the Anaphylaxis Campaign at https://www.anaphylaxis.org.uk/ https://www.allergyuk.org/information-and-advice/conditions-and-symptoms/33-anaphylaxis-and-severe-allergic-reaction The needle of Epipen (or Jext or Emerade) has to be inserted and held in the muscle for 10 seconds to deliver the drug.
Saw a mum today who asked about her 5 month old baby still having a sticky Rt. eye.
http://www.bsaci.org/Guidelines/egg-allergy http://ifan.ie/egg/egg-classification-ladder/ https://www.thh.nhs.uk/documents/_Patients/PatientLeaflets/paediatrics/allergies/PI414_Egg-Ladder-1.pdf http://www.ruh.nhs.uk/patients/services/clinical_depts/paediatrics/documents/patient_info/PAE029_Egg_allergy_info_sheet.pdf
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