Similar Questions with Answers
Question: How to know why baby is crying is it hunger pain or anythng else ?!
Answer: Hi dear yes understanding can be tricky in the initial weeks of a baby's birth since your baby is only one month old it is difficult for you to understand as to why the baby is crying what's the fall baby can cry due to hunger as your mentioned so your baby would the stop crying if it is due to hunger if you offer breast milk to your baby secondly it can be your pain or stomach pain stomach pain can be reduced by giving tummy time to the baby of massaging the naval area clockwise anticlockwise if there is any gas which is stuck it will come out and baby will get relief but if it is your pain then it is going to be really hard for you to understand because there is no way the baby can express that it is a ear pain so if nothing works it is better to take the baby or to the doctor and the get a check up done of the ear sometimes due to cold the year might pain and sensor baby is very small baby won't be able to express it .
Hope this helps!
Question: I'm giving breast milk, How can we know wheather baby is taking enough milk or not and he is not crying also
Answer: Your baby will give you sign if he is hungry... If he active after drinking milk, having a good sleep, gaining weight properly and wetting more than 6 nappies in a day, he is getting adequate milk. Don't worry :)
Question: how can we got to know about baby movements..am confused
Answer: Hlo dear jbh baby kick krega toh apko pta pdega bt apko concentrate krna pdega baby rat ko jyada kick marke h momnt krta h apko vo feel krna pdega starting m 1 2 bar nhi pta pdega ap dyan dogey toh apko feel hoga
Question: I'm feeling so tired and sleepy everytime. Why??
Answer: Hello dear. The hormonal changes are likely the cause of fatigue. Your body is producing more blood to carry nutrients to your growing baby. Your blood sugar levels and blood pressure are also lower and this is the reason you feel tiered during pregnancy.
One of the reasons for fatigue and sleep problems during pregnancy are changing hormone levels. For example, rising progesterone levels may partly explain excessive daytime sleepiness, especially in the first trimester. It would settle down gradually. Take care.