5 months old baby

Question: Hello Moms When to introduce solids to baby or things like daal ka pani or juices to baby my baby is 4.5 months old now. Please suggest

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Answer: Hello dear U should start giving solid food to ur baby at 6 months as ur baby's digestive system is not developed till now. He will vomit out everything whatever u will give him. So, avoid giving any solid food now.
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