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Question: My baby is/3 months old while breastfeeding she gets cough y is tht pls hlp0 Answers
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Question: My baby 3 months old. She gets cold and cough. What can i do
Answer: Hello dear. Pls take your little one to a pediatrician your baby is too young to be self medicated. You can try external remedies, roast ajwain and tie it in a muslin cloth, place near baby.
Try baby rub (not vicks), use a humidifier in the room, can even cut onions and place in the room.
Question: My baby sleeps more..while breastfeeding she gets sleep soon..is it normal
Answer: Hi. Congratulations dear.
And what youbare experiencing is very normal, as baby in womb were very cozy and sleepy most of the time they sleep soon as they find the cozyness and warmth.
But dont worry rub babies ear he would wake up and have milk, if baby doesnt wakes up kick his food with finger baby would drink milk.
Question: When i feed my baby while lying he gets cold n cough y
Answer: Hello dear. Baby should not be fed while lying down. The first instruction that my doctor gave me while I breastfed my baby for the first time was not to feed her lying on bed. She said it is dangerous due to 2 factors:-
1.) Falling asleep while breastfeeding baby
The danger in breastfeeding baby while lying down is if the mother should fall asleep, she can squash her baby to death. If this happens, the death is often classified as SIDS but it is in fact suffocation, and no mother can feel good knowing she caused the death of her baby.
2.) Ear infection
Nursing your baby while lying on your side can give your baby ear infection. When breastfeeding your baby, it's easy for the breast milk to swim into one of his ears, when this happens, the fluid builds up in the middle of the ear creating a warm, moist environment where germs love to grow and tada! Bacteria and viruses will invade and thrive in your child's ear causing them to become cranky, pained and have fever, all of which are symptoms of an ear infection.
Hope this helps you.