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Buffalo or cow milk can be started after 1 year of age. Try to avoid it until then. This is mainly because the proteins in milk cannot be easily digested by your young baby.
Dont know yaar exactly but shayad babies k intestine ko relax karane k liye hoga....my pediatrician sujjest me about these luke warm water....and my dadima also...believe me mere baby ko jabse weaning start kiya hai tabse kabhi bhi digestion relate problem nae hua.
In such a situation you need to consult with your paediatrician. Your daughter is young and delaying medications, when she is ill, might eventually be harmful.
You can continue with a regular diet when she is ill. However, when ill babies tend to eat less. This is mainly because they have a difficulty swallowing and even the food and milk they drink often tastes bland. Continue feeding at regular intervals. You can give her all kinds of fruits as they help plenty while your daughter is ill.
Give him some semi solid foods just decorate the food in such a way he gets attracted to it...
Refer this chart
Yes it is teething, congrats n have patience, some babies go through a very tough phase while teethning.
Are you giving calcium supplement to ur baby.
Hi u can give all foods which ur preparing for ur family
You can start mashed rice at the same time as other grains. Just you have to ensure it is well cooked and soft in consistency for your baby to swallow.
If you have just started semi-solids, make sure you give her only a few tablespoons a day. Try only one new dish at a time and check for allergies everytime you start something new.
Until your baby completes six months you should only give him breastmilk or formula milk. After that, you can start semi-solid foods. Start with mashed fruits, veggies, oats and rice.
You have to breastfeed or formula feed your daughter until she is six months old. After that, you can give her foods with semi-solid consistencies. This includes oats, rice, fruits and veggies, all in a soft semi-solid consistency. Breast and formula milk contain all the essential nutrients your daughter requires.