Question: My baby is 9.5 months old, his birth weight was 2.25 kg, current weight 7 kg, he got hospitalized 1 month after birth due to severe diarrhea, n got infected with diarrhea multiple times after that, then he was diagnosed with intolerant to mother milk, so he was put on nusobee, my concern is his growth is very slow, according to his age he cannot sit, even canot control his neck completely, otherwise he respond normal to everyone, recognize family members, my 1st child is girl and she is normal, and no background history of any defect mentally\physically, smiles, normal crying, also he cried at d time of birth, right now he cannot sit or control his neck, but he can sit with support all around, and can stand if i support him and also put step but very rare, please help me i m very worry, these signs what showing my baby's condition
Answer: Hi, your baby is completely normal. But his birth weight was low and also had another complications, that's why his weight and another activity will be slow. In the initial 3 months, infants put on about 1 kg each month. From 3-6 months, weight gain reduces to 1/2 kg/month; from 6-9 months, it becomes 1/3, and for 9-12 months, it settles to 1/4 kg. In full term infants, the birth weight doubles in the 4th month and triples when they reach 12 months and 4* when they reach on 24 month. Include following food items in baby diet. 1) Banana 2) Paneer 3) Oats 4) Ragi 5) Toor Dal 6) Potato 7) Dry fruits. 8) Butter/Desi ghee Try to give these item daily. Feed 6 times a day. 3 proper meal and 3 snacks. Always prepare food in butter or ghee. Soon you ll see change in baby weight.
Question: I have pain around my vaginal part, upper thighs and buttocks. It's painful to walk, turn while sleeping, and to sit or stand suddenly. Is it normal? But baby movement is normal
Answer: Hello dear don't worry this is normal and it happens during pregnancy this is because of the babies growth inside the uterus as the baby grows it it causes more pressure and that will fall on the vagina and it will spread to leg size so don't worry you can try keeping hot water compression which helps to relieve from the pain you can also take a warm bath before bed please sleep on your left side even if you want to change the direction please sit and then change don't do shirt womens and also you can keep a pillow below your leg which is good for blood flow you can also keep a pillow in between your thighs which helps you to relieve from the pain
Question: my 8months is going on. I have pain in pubic area and above vagina. if I sit and stand it's paining and can't walk. while sleeping also I can't change the position. is it normal or anything serious?
Answer: because the baby is burrowing his head deeper into the pelvic canal, and ends up pushing on nerves he pressure from the baby pressing is also expanding the pelvis, so that also is more reason for the pain. your body is getting ready. Try to Take rest , small walk ,no heavy exercise..drink lots of water .