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Question: Hi .my daughter is 26days old.. She's suffering from loose motion frm past 2days.. got a red patches in below part,, she cries a lot... Please suggest me.. What should I do
Answer: Hi dear to avoid this always wash with water after poop ,land right now apply rash cream. actually frequent pooping is considered common in infants till 45 days atleast . So nothing can be done for that. Keep the child well hydrated so keep feeding in every 3 hours. Tc ,
Question: My daughter fatts a lot.. Even after doing poop 💩.. What is the reason... And what to do for that.. Even baby poop very smelly... Please suggest any one...
Answer: Babies can be pretty gassy. It’s common for them to pass gas 13-21 times each day! Why so much? Infants have plenty of chances to swallow air, like when they: Eat, whether food comes from a breast or bottle or when they Cry. How to relief gas in babies: Check feeding position. "When you’re nursing or bottle-feeding, try to keep the baby’s head higher than her stomach," Shu says. "That way, the milk sinks to the bottom of the stomach and air goes to the top, and it’s easier to burp out." Tip the bottle up slightly so there are no air bubbles in the nipple, and use a nursing pillow for support. Burp your baby. One of the easiest ways to ease gas pains is to burp her during and after she nurses. If she doesn’t belch right away, lay her down on her back for a few minutes and then try again. Work it out. Gently massage your baby, pump her legs back and forth (like riding a bike) while she’s on her back, or give her tummy time (watch her while she lies on her stomach). A warm bath can also help her get rid of extra gas. Take a closer look at foods. Talk with your baby's doctor about foods that may give her extra gas. "Some parents give infants fruit juice, which contains sorbitols (sugar alcohols) that the baby can’t absorb," Lavine says. The doctor will also make sure you don’t cut out nutrients your baby needs. If you breastfeed, your baby could have trouble digesting some of the foods that you eat, which can come through your breast milk, like dairy products and caffeine. If you give her formula, talk to your doctor about switching brands. Some claim to be helpful for gassy babies.
Question: Hi doc, Iam 35 weeks pregnant, a yellow colour discharge is coming out from my vegina from yesterday night 10 pm and it is not sticky, it's just like yellow colour Milky type discharge. Is it something related to labour?
Answer: Pink discharge bloody and jelly like this is related to labour But in your case it is yellow and milky non sticky type may it is bacterial infection Consult gynaecologist as soon as possible and it treated