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Question: Message by prachi pandey: Hi, my 7 month old baby boy has started taking solids. I give him 2-3 meals per day, the last one being in late evening. Hoeever he still needs to be fed quite frequently at night. He asks for feed while sleeping but sleeps again within 5 minutes. I am not sure if he is hungry or just is doing it for comfort or out of habit. Should I give him another meal before putting him to sleep. His weight is 8.5 kgs. Please suggest.
Answer: Hi ma'am you are following a good diet chart for baby... May be baby is asking for another meal due to hunger I would suggest you to give him milk..before putting him to sleep.. Because when kids start having meals there milk intake gets decrease...so it would be good and healthy to give him milk before sleeping.. I hope this answer will help you..take care..
Question: Hello doctor, I'm 15 week pragnant and I'm diabetic also, I'm taking proper treatment from doctor . Till now everything is going fine in my pragnancy but my diabetes is not well control , I'm having metformin xr 1700mg per day and doctor told me my diabetes should be proper control otherwise it can be dangerous for my baby, I'm following proper diabetic diet only I'm getting my weight lose, mera diabetes target 120 se kam lane ka h after two hour lunch and dinner but it's going around 140-160 , fasting is well control it's going 85-95 , please suggest me what should i do I'm so worried I don't want to lose my baby, what should i add something different in my meal , please suggest me how should be diet. Me daily walk k liye bhi jati hu 30 min mrng and 30 min in night after dinner
Answer: Dont worry Dear..Eating a variety of foods is recommended, and it is better to eat smaller portions throughout the day (e.g. 3 small to moderate meals and 2-4 snacks) rather than just a few large meals.Many women with gestational diabetes will be advised to eat fewer carbohydrates than in their normal diet and to eat complex carbohydrates that contain fiber. It’s important to limit consumption of foods containing large amounts of simple sugars.High-fiber foods like fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as whole-grain products, are not only nutritious but also effective in keeping blood sugar levels stable.Skipping meals is not recommended because this leads to undesirable fluctuations in blood sugar levels.
Question: Hello...i m 8 week pregnant... My haemoglobin level us 7.6 ..... Nd m suffering 4m piles.... Some times there is bleeding... Now a days high constipation is going on..last 2 days it bleeds again... I m taking DUPHALAC syrup 2 times nd taking ISABGOL... But its not working... What should i do... Plz help me... Too much worried.
Answer: Take Coriander juice add some sugar