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Hi give small feed frequently and take burp after every small feed and let your baby lie down on left lateral position to minimize the spitting after feed
Hi give breastmilk every 2 hrly and on demand and if baby is passing urine 6-8 times a day then baby is getting enough feed
Hi apply neem paste on the nipples and feed when baby is hungry and also take milk in katori and spoon and feed when baby is hungry
Hi give only breastmilk exclusively till age of six months after that you can give formula milk and semisolid feed along with the breast milk and give every 2 hrly and on demand and if baby is passing urine 6-8 times a day then baby is getting enough feed
depends on mother's dietary habit... almost all mom who breastfeeds get hungry easily and that leads to eating a lot... if that happens then u will gain weight but if u r managing ur diet carefully and breastfeeding, u will lose ur weight...
Hi can you post the readings along with the time again? Before food, after food and after overnight fasting
Don't use any pacifiers,it may cause infections and also affects on teething alignment too...
First find the reason for crying,your baby may be hungry or some colic pain ...
Consult with your Paediatrician they will advice you...
Hi no but as baby is grown protein requirements changes thus baby now needs animal milk which contain more casein
But its to much hot.ful body hot .temperature check kiya tu bukhar show ni hoa.but baby boht by chain thi
I understand that this is a hard time for you and your baby and Its natural for you to be scared and worried. I would encourage you to think positively and have a firm belief that everything is going to be okay very soon as this surgery is going to make your baby healthier. Your doctor and the medical team assisting in the surgery are going to do their best for your son, so please don't worry too much. Spend quality time with you baby, so that both of you can relax and feel better.
Coming to your question of feeding, usually before surgeries everyone is kept nil orally , which means any kind of food or liquid is avoided so that the surgery can happen smoothly.
You should have a word with your doctor about this too, this should remove all your doubts and bring you at ease.
After the surgery successfully done you can feed your baby after some time when the doctor finds it suitable to start the feeding
Stay in touch with your baby's doctor, meet the doctor before the surgery is done, have a discussion about all your doubts. Its going to be ok.
If you have any more doubts please feel free to share.