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Eczema is quite common in babies and occurs as their sensitive skin is exposed to the environment. Also reactions to various allergens in food and surroundings can be a cause. Try to keep the area dry. This usually helps to prevent worsening of the condition. Make her wear loose cotton clothing. Avoid the build up of sweat. If it worsens go back to your pediatrician.
At this age, all children have a low or developing immunity. Most of them get ill most of the time. If your child is active and no developing a fever often, this is a good sign. I would recommend more warm fluids, more fresh fruits and veggies, some form of physical activity and plenty of sleep. These are the best immune boosters ofr your child. Try to keep your child away from other children and adults that are ill. If your baby has a fever above 102 please consult a pediatrician.
Yes any doubt regarding babies should b cleared soon with doctor
This is perfectly fine. It can take a while. There is no harm in checking with your child's pediatrician, but it is best to just wait it out. You can now start brushing your daughter's tooth and the gums.
Hi you must get it examined by physiotherapist, they will show the routine exercise to improve
Dnt worry dear... If the baby is fine and not crying then dnt worry.. Check for any swelling or redness.. If it is then show her to a doctor
Be careful next time 😊
Dont self medicate best is to show it to doc.if ur child is above 4 months u can apply baby vicks on toes n put socks that helps with cold.
Steam clears nose block for proper breathing & also clears chest congestion .Its a good relief during cold & cough
Hi since it's viral it will take its own time to heal gradually by the week, just continue the medication as prescribed by your paediatrician