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Cara De La Hoyde has asked her social media followers for help as she says her baby is “suffering” with going to the toilet and fears it could be an allergy to cows’ milk.
A cows’ milk allergy affects around seven percent of babies under the age of one, but they usually grow out of it by age five.
It usually develops when babies start eating solid foods and includes symptoms such as skin reactions, digestive problems, hay-fever like symptoms and eczema.
Cara wrote to her followers: "Delilah is still suffering so badly with going to the toilet, and mixed with other symptoms we think it may be a cows milk allergy. Can anyone recommend a formula or what we can do?"
The Love Island star gave birth to daughter Delilah in July last year, her second child with Nathan Massey.
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She gave birth to their first child Freddie-George in 2017, after winning Love Island with Nathan in 2016.
The strong couple stayed together throughout the show and beat runners-up Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen to win the show.
Cara and Nathan were together for a year before announcing their split. However, Cara later found out she was pregnant with their son and they got back together, later marrying in 2019.
Cara unfortunately suffered with preeclampsia when pregnant with Delilah and she had to be induced early for the safety of herself and her baby.
Preeclampsia is a medical condition which causes high blood pressure in pregnant women and can be extremely dangerous.
Brunette beauty Cara often takes to social media to share stories of motherhood with her fans, with them appreciating her honest approach to parenting.
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She revealed on Instagram earlier this month: “As some of you may have seen Fred has been slightly more challenging shall we say since Delilah has come along. Il be honest that parenting 2 children is honestly crazy and I cry and shout quite a lot right now in between the cuddles and fun times of course, but I wouldn’t be without them, and will probably be a mad lady and have another one in a few years just to add to the madness.”
She continued: “We are looking into other possibilities with Fred and his behaviour and will keep you all updated as I know a lot of you have messaged me and are going through the same process.”
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