3 months old baby

Question: I have cold n fever if i breastfeed baby ko bi fever ajayega kya

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Answer: Nothing to worry dear.... Babby ko koi effect nai padega... BM me antibiotics hote hai so it doesn't matter
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    Saiyed Uvays606 days ago


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