Question: How to increase 3months baby weight
Answer: Hello Dear! In the 3 month you need to feed breast milk or formula milk for your child. That's enough. Because, Breastmilk contain all nutrition whatever your baby want. So proper feeding be help to increase your 3 months baby weight. If you feeding breastmilk, Then you need to take Iron Rich food, Calcium rich food, Folic Acid rich food. Spinach & dried beans having Calcium. You take Milk, Cheese and other Dairy product also. Soy is also good for you & your baby. Taking Dried fruits such as Fig
Question: Hi doctor....My baby is 3months and her weight is 4.9 kg.... is that okay. ...or she is underweight? ?
Answer: Hello dear, weight is OK, if baby looks active then don't think too much about weight, try to feed every 2 hours.
Question: my 3.5 month old babys weight is 4.9, kg his birth weight was ,2.16 kg . what to do how to increase his weight
Answer: Hello dear breastfeed your every two hours and follow a balanced diet, which is a combination of healthy foods. Good milk production will help to gain weight of ur baby.
A balanced diet includes:
Starchy foods, such as rice, bread, potato (aloo), wholewheat rotis, oats (jaee), semolina (suji) and pasta. Choose wholegrain or multi-grain varieties of cereal-based starchy foods for added nutrients and fibre.
Some dairy produce, such as a glass of milk, curd (dahi).
Some protein, such as lentils, pulses, eggs, fish and lean meat.
Plenty of fruit and vegetables are good for feeding mother.
For Iron take anaar, spinach, apple, banana, leafy veggie. include pulses, sprouts, dry fruits,
If you are none vegetarian take lean red meat, fish and poultry. Eggs are also a good source of iron.
Eat at least three daily servings of calcium-rich foods such as milk and other dairy products, fish, almonds, or calcium-fortified foods like cereals, juices, soy and rice beverages, and breads.
For vitamin D sun helps your body produce vitamin D. Good sources are oily fish also.
Vitamin C helps your body to absorb iron better. Citrus fruits, amla, amrood and papaya are a good source of vitamin C.
Vitamin A finds in Carrots , eggs, sweet potato (shakarkandi), dark leafy greens, pumpkin (kaddu), red capsicum (laal shimla mirch), peas (matar), tomato (tamatar) and mango (aam) are rich in vitamin A.
You can also have a handful of nuts as a light snack.
If you must eat the laddoos or panjiri you can reduce the calorie count by eating smaller portions.