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For 10 months old baby why did you feed icecream??
Don't give any packed foods...
Give warm water only,
Breastfeed your baby and give simple digestible foods...
Check with your Paediatrician once by call or online as baby is too small...
Hi it seems eczema, keep the area sweat free and clean as possible and use moisturizer to keep moisturized, get it examined by dermatologist for specific ointment
Hi give sinarest AF plus drops thrice a day and lots of fluids in the diet and use humidifier in baby room to provide humidification
Hi it can be allergic, give sinarest af plus drops 0.8 ml thrice a day and lots of fluids in the diet and use humidifier in room to provide humidification
Hi give nasal saline drops in both the nostrils and suck it back with nasal bulb to clear the airway and use humidifier in baby room to provide humidification and give lots of fluids in the diet for hydration and also get a chest examination done
Hi give normal saline drops means any nasal drops if she has nose blockage. Avoid head bath. Show the smell of vicks.
If it is from more than 3days consult pediatrician and give cold drops.
Baby got allergy from dust or AC or fan.
Some times it indicates cold or cough.
Try to avoid him from dust. Use humidifiers in baby bed room. It clears the dust.If doctor advised any nasal drops give your baby.
Give frequently your breast feed and give only lukewarm water to your baby. Don't add too much ghee and sugar can Increase the cough . And don't give citrus fruits.
Yes sometimes it happens,cover baby's body use socks and mittens...the temperature around her is cool means it happens...you need to cover baby's body...
If it is prescribed by doctor means you can give. Other wise don't give.
Baby is just 1month old. Try to consult doctor by online.
Hi give nasal saline drops in both the nostrils and suck it back with nasal bulb to clear the airway and use humidifier in baby room to provide humidification and breastfeeding frequently ur baby for hydration