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Question: lot of gas problem
i feel less movement of my baby
any remidies for gas problem ?
Answer: You can try home remedies dear...
1. Drink plenty of fluids (hot water preferred)
2. Stay active and do walk and yoga.
3. Cut down gassy foods like potatoes, wheat, broccoli,egg plant etc.
4. Rich fibre food intake, figs, and bananas, and vegetables, as well as whole grains like oats and flax meal are all good fibre boosters to consider.
5. Light meal often and moderate amount.
6. Fennel seeds and buttermilk for easy digestion..
7. Instant relief - Ajwain seeds with black salt and warm water
Question: suggest any home remidies for cold
Answer: "you can give warm water steam to your baby. add a drop of nilgiri oil to it. you can just spread one or two drop of nilgiri oil to the place where your baby sleeps.
Try these remedies for cough and cold:Heat ghee in a pan,add camphor (kapur)in the ghee,warm it till the camphor melts,cool it.Apply it on your baby's chest,back and below feet as well.The second one is mixture of mustard oil with ajwain and garlic.Apply this too to your baby's chest,back.Give ajwain potli compress on baby's chest or give ajwain steam.These are all helpful remedies for getting rid of cold and cough.Also use saline drops for nasal congestion."
Question: any remidies for fever treatment without medicine
Answer: Fever by itself is not an illness; it's the body's own way of fighting infections or sickness.
Fevers are usually caused due to various infections such as bacterial, viral, fungal or immune mediated.
Do not panic if your child has fever, but just remember to keep a strict watch on his behavior and activities to monitor the severity of his illness.
Common symptoms during fever are: Loss of appetite, Lack of interest, Weakness, Cold sweats.
The diet usually prescribed is a high calorie, high protein, low fat, & a high fluid diet.
The first two or 3 days can be more of a fluid diet consisting of soups, glucose water, juices, milk (only if there's no diarrhea). Give small frequent meals at regular intervals, every 2 hrs which can be gradually increased to every 4 hrs.
Include foods which are soft, bland, easily digested and absorbed like gruels, cereal and milk, soft fruits like banana, papaya, orange, musambi, melons etc. soft or mashed khichidi or mashed curd rice or softly boiled veggies can also be included,
Protein intake of the diet should be increased, so it important to provide high nutritive value protein like milk, eggs & dhal
Fatty foods, spicy and highly fibrous foods are difficult to digest and should be avoided.
Its also very important to remember that during fever, there is an increase need of certain nutrients like Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin B, Calcium, iron & sodium.
Question: Hello doctor any remidies for vomiting .
Answer: Hi dear, During ur baby's first few months, vomiting is probably caused by mild feeding problems such as his tummy being too full. Babies vomit often in the early weeks as they adjust to feeding and as their bodies develop. They may get refiux coz the muscular valve at end of the food pipe which keep food in the stomach is still developing. All u can do is give ur baby burp after each and every feed so that he can digest the milk.