Answer: Hello Dear
Exclusive breastfeeding is recommended up to 6 months of age, with continued breastfeeding along with appropriate complementary foods up to two years of age or beyond.
WHO recommends that infants start receiving complementary foods at six months
of age in addition to breast milk.So,Please wait for another 1month more.
Answer: Apart from breastfeed you can give formula milk..for few more months avoid cow milk as it has high contents of nutrition which baby can't digest as of now.
Answer: Breastfeeding is the best...rest you can give formula milk and cow milk. I am giving too..my baby is 5months old too.
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Question: My baby is 5 months 11days old. So apart from breastmilk/ formula what can i feed?
Till 6 months you have to feed only breastmilk.
Mothers are usually recommended to exclusively breastfeed for their baby’s first six months.
After six months, breastmilk alone doesn't provide your baby with enough nutrients, particularly iron, so you will need to gradually introduce other foods. and that's when you have to start with purees and other solids
Waiting until six months to introduce your baby to solid food protects your baby's health. It reduces the chance that she will develop allergies or pick up an infection from food.
And that babies stomach don't have the capacity to digest anything else.
Question: Hello everyone my daughter cmplted 4 th month what can i feed her apart from breastfeeding?
Answer: Only after six month...till then continue breastfeeding
Question: Hi my baby girl is 6 months old.. Can i give her cows milk apart from solid foods n breastfeeding?
Answer: It is advisable to give cow milk post 1 year. Before that breast milk or formula only