19 months old baby
Question: baby was taken to doctors yesterday and the doc has advised to do a cbc and iron study as she has issue with stool and also her haemoglobin was low and due to the weather she is getting cold n cough now and then ...however baby has progressed with her weight and is active is it still advisable to do the blood test...and now her nose is blocked ....also what snacks and food can be given to baby0 Answers
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