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Question: Mera baby 2 yrs. Ka hone wala h.. Or uska weight 7kg h.. Pljj btaiye muje kya krna chahie.. Wo hmesha hmesa se Hi bohot ptla dubla h..

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Answer: take care of his nutrition,, and also ap unhe milk,, protien rich diet dijiye. u can add spinach juice uski puriya bna k, it will definitely help. hopefully it will help u..
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    Gazala Rosh835 days ago

    Thnk u

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