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Question: Barley porridge causing diarrhoea to my 7 months baby....what should I do...
Answer: Give her to little amount of ghee in her food...smashed banana also a good weight gaining food...sweet potato...
Question: What to do in case of diarrhoea
Answer: Hi dear,
Loose motions during pregnancy is a woe but quite common.number of reasons that contributes loose motions during pregnancy are:
1-hormones. surge in hormones relaxes the digestive tract,so that baby could absorb the nutrients more.there by leading to either loose motion or constipation.along with it comes bloating and gastric issue too
2-dietary changes.as you become pregnant,you start to include excessive fruits and vegetables,which has lots of fibre.women who have no constipation,this could give a reverse reaction.also some increase the consumption of milk ,and there by become lactose intolerant and hence loose motion
3-neonatal vitamins.sime women get constipated while some get loose stools .try to skip them for few days to see any change
4-virus and bacterial infections.immunity drops during pregnancy to support the growing baby,thereby you invite viral and bacterial infection.
You can drink plenty of water during the phase.try to adjust your diet according to your motions.lss fibre diet can resolve this matter too.take probiotics.curd or buttermilk are excellent source of probiotics that grows healthy gut bacteria and aid in digestion.Also refer the healofy app for daily updates on baby development and growth,as well as pregnancy care.it also gives you enormous info on post delivery baby care and diet.donot miss out!
Question: My baby has got diarrhoea what should I do any home remedies for treating diarrhoea
Answer: You can make a solution with half a small spoon of salt and six level small spoons of sugar dissolved in one liter of safe water(boiled & cooled). This is the method which has been used since ages and is very helpful in treating loose motions. This(ORS) is the best loose motion medicine and is even recommended by the World Health Organization.