My 8 month old son is having eczema issues since he was around 2 months old. I presume because of allergies. We have tried many things to find what causes his issues, but still have not got it to go away long term. My main concern is that he has had issues with digestion for the past few months. He gets constipated very easily and has to eat things that help to keep him from getting too uncomfortable. He has breastfed up until this point, but recently has self-weaned. He eats lots of solids and drinks diluted juice. I avoid giving him dairy since he seemed to have a bad reaction to formula very young. He had swelling in his lips when he tried yogurt for the first time. He is only 13 pounds in 8 months, which is very low. He eats great, but is still so little. He is not crawling or scooting; he sits by himself and watches everything. He sleeps what seems like more than usual. He wants to be held most of the time. He listens to you and watches you closely; he grabs things and can switch it from one hand to the other. He can put his pacifier in himself and he likes to drop things on purpose. He does not babble much at all and does not play as much as I would expect.
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1. Protein calorie malnutrition.
2. Eosinophilic gastroenteritis.
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