8 months old baby

Question: I take one time coffe in a day.kya brestfeeding kuch problem hoga.mera baby 7month 18days ka he

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Answer: Hello dear, you can still enjoy a mug of coffee. Just make sure that you don't have more than 200mg of caffeine in a day. ... If you regularly have more than 200mg of caffeine a day, chances to reduce breastmilk automatically.
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    Rani Gopal59 days ago

    Thank u

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    Rani Gopal59 days ago

    Sukhi khasi ke liye kuch gharelu medicine bataiye please.mera baby 7month

Answer: Hello! Koi problem nehi hain agar aap ek time hi coffee peeti hain. Moderation mein lene se thik hain. Take care
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    Rani Gopal59 days ago

    Thank u

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