If he was allergic to milk he would have diarrhea and increased gas after consuming dairy products. He should be consuming much more food then what you wrote, especially protein. He needs the amount of food suggested in my previous answer and then you will see him gain weight and grow.
just re-read your note "If he was allergic to milk he would have diarrhea and increased gas after consuming dairy products. "... you know I quite often noted my son had constant gas issue before. He also had diarrhea during breast feeding.... i was reading few days ago that milk protein drank by mother can affect their children.
One a second note... we notice a big different in behaviour between our first and second son. My first son who is on strict diet now used to cry long and all night... we thought it is common colic thing. Now we starting to feel he could have been suffering GI because our second son seems to be very quite... I know you would say each children different from one character to another. If wish he didn't have any issue that I am suspecting now.
Another issue that I noted then and now... his poop is always green.. the whole poop look greenish... you would say.. he eat green vegetable or milk formula's iron thing... It worries me still then and now. The diet some what has changed the color off from green to brown/yellow but I start noticing dual color poop, two separate piece.. I believe one part is coming from breast milk (I am getting good at this) which is green. Is it possible mother's breast milk can be contaminated by mother consuming cow milk... I thought it should be filtered. I been examining his poop for sometimes now... it is a dirty job but someone has to do it. He never had diarrhoea for few weeks and his poop is mostly solid.
He don't really have all the food that you mention... i cut off anything related to wheat and milk temporarily. He is drinking breast milk 7 ounce x 3. He is eating well and active. I feel he is much heavier now .. gaining more weight. My only concern is CALCIUM... if he is gaining weight should there be a concern for calcium? His diet consist calcium here and there. His tooth growth sort of slow.. he is 16 months old and only has 4 tooth. 2 tooth on its way. We noted even when he is one formula his tooth growth is slow.
As I stated before, suggest giving your child the daily amounts of food that I wrote in the previous answer. If you are giving him milk as breast milk, then give it in the amounts stated. Your child is underweight and needs to grow. Food is the only way he will grow. The problem with his eye maybe only a muscular issue not diet related.
Here is blood test results:
Total WBC - 12.1
Neutrophils is 28 (low)
Lymphocytes 65 (high)
potassium 5.4 (high)
carbon oxide 15 (low)
I might be going insane... we cut off his milk! we cut off his anything that contain wheats. And start monitoring his poop. Luck that my wife is able to produce breast milk.. she providing 18ounce milk a day.
Doctor, is it possible he is allergy milk? We didn't notice any allergy symptoms except ear infection on and off. His weight chart indicates his weight started to drop just after switch from breast milk to formula.
His weight is below the 3rd percentile and his height is on the 10th percentile for his age. According to the growth chart, he is underweight for his age. Here is a guideline for a 15-24 month old child should eat the following on a daily basis with the amounts: Dairy 3-4 feedings a day – Milk (4oz), cheese (½ oz), yogurt (½ cup), or cottage cheese (¼ cup). Starch 4 feedings a day – Cereal (¼ cup), pasta (¼ cup), rice (¼ cup), bread (½ slice), or crackers (2). Fruits & Vegetables 4 feedings a day – Fruits (including 100% juice limited to only 4-6ozs) & Vegetables (¼ cup). Protein source 2 feedings a day – Meat or fish (1oz), egg (1), or beans (¼ cup). He should eat 3 meals and have snacks between meals using the foods above to be spread out throughout the day. He needs food to grow and gain weight.