Question: Hi Dr,
My baby is 18 month old he, like ice cream so much daily he eats 4cap of ice cream and breast feeding,and not eating any things else, I so warried what I should do so that he can eat? Pls suggest any ideas..
Question:I am breast feeding but I put weight more feel so hungry eating more.pls suggest ideas or foods to reduce weight while breast feeding.
Answer: You will feel hungry during breastfeeding, pls do not try to reduce weight while breastfeeding... You will loose weight because of feeding, it might take an year for you to get back to pre-pregnancy weight, keep yourself active..
Question:I have too much itching on my breast plz suggest me any cream or anything else
Answer: mild itching during pregnancy is normal in most cases. It's also common – about 20 percent of pregnant women have itchy skin. You may feel especially itching around your belly and breasts as your skin stretches to accommodate their increased size. Dry skin and hormonal changes may also contribute.
Do your best not to scratch because it can irritate your skin further and increase the risk of skin infection.
you can simply apply coconut oil it is very good for skin.
if you have itching to much and cant bear put a cloth on tummy and gently rub your hands over the cloth. do not scratch with nails.
apply fragrance-free lotion or cream after take bath. Keep lotion in the fridge so that moisturizing your skin also feels cooling.
Question:My son is 4 months old. I ate ice cream yesterday and today he has 95.5 fever. He is fully on breast feeding. Is that possible that my ice cream eating coz him Fever ??
Answer: It's not exactly but it's to avoid ice cream for few months because baby is exclusive Breastfeeding. Keep breastfeeding your baby dear your breastmilk has all the medicinal values that cures fever. TrY to consult doctor if baby have high fever. Rub a slice of onion on baby's feet helps in reducing fever dear. Let baby sleep and cover baby with bed sheet let baby sweat well so that temperature will reduce.. Keep breastfeeding your baby.