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Hi for what concern you were taking tablets?
Hi are you taking calcium supplements regularly?
It is positive...
Dear I can understand.. ur feelings,, DNT worry .. my baby s b.weight 2.150kk. now 16month old weight s 7.850 oly.. no mother milk.. im asking so many my doc .. he s put weight.. my doc said all baby are weight I'll cme 2.50 year so DNT worry he s active nothing worry... Im telling u can give veg soup.. added his meals like carrot,beans, green leaf veg, grapes,Papaya,.. mostly added all veg mixed wid his meals ,idly,kanji,
My experience with c section is good yup it will pain after the effect of anesthesia is over n ur stitches will heal in a time of 3 months if u take good care plus one imp point is the hospital that u choose for c section in my case the hospital was very good i stayed there for 2 days n docs n nurses encourage u to get up there used to be a physiotherapist who visited twice a day make u do simple exercises and she recommended to continue this exercise till a year n i did.my baby is 13 months now never had any issues like back pain or anything.
Activity is the primary relation to how healthy your baby is. After about 9 months it is possible to observe a slowing down in weight gain primarily because your child will have a tendency to be more active. This usually slows down the progress but shouldn't halt it completely. Try to feed her once every two hours. Try to give her something little to eat every few hours. Offer your daughter a wide variety to eat from which includes several different vegetables, many fruits, cereals, oats, yoghurt, cheese, fresh juices, soup, beans, lentils and milk. Prepare her dishes separately without oil, spices, and almost no salt and sugar. Ask her to select what she would like to eat from all these nutritious options. This way she is a part of the decision. Next, teach her how to eat with a spoon and to feed herself. Offer her fruits and cheese as snacks to eat on her own. Independence makes children more inclined to eat. Making eating an activity on its own. Do not allow her to watch TV or play while eating. Make her sit at the dinner table with the rest of the family, so that she knows there is a particular schedule to eat and then also will feel like a part of the family.
Hi it's around 10 December
It depends upon your health condition...
Consult with your Gynaecologist,they will advice you...
Could be due to nutrition deficiencies.
Get yourself examined for anemia and other micronutrient deficiencies.
Meet your doctor, improve your diet and water intake.
Try to avoid mental stress, rest adequately