2 months old baby

Question: Mera baby 2months ka Hua h. meri problem ye h ki vo feed krne k bd kyi vr dkaar hi n leta or dood nikal deta h.ya fr vomit aane jasa muh bnata h or bhut irritate hota h.or upr se fr dummy nipple k Bina sota b nhi h. Nd dkaar k liye shoulder pe lgaane pe tikta hi nhi . bhut hath pair maarta h. jisse jyada der shoulder pe lgaate difficult ho jata h. plz koi solution btaye

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Answer: Pacifier ap mat do. Itne chote bache ki koi b adat chudhana bahot asan hota h bas apko thoda himmat rakhna hoga. Rone se apko divert nahi hona hai. Second, dhakar kayi bache nahi lrte lekin kam se kam 20 min tak to ap baby ko shoulder par le r thapthapayein. Tummy time Dijiye. R thoda sar upar kar ke feed karwaye. Let ke bilkul b nahi.
Answer: hello dear 4 months tak baby dakaar lene ke bad bhi thoda bahut milk spit karte hi karte h. or baby ko burp lene time bhi lgta h. abhi baby 2 months ka h n to shoulders per use comfortable ni feel hoga. ap use ek side ko dhire se side change kariye fir back per thapthpa dijiye halke hatho se.
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    Mamta singh945 days ago

    but ye dood nikaalna koi serious issue toh nhi. kyonki pta nhi kyon vo bura bura sa face expression deta h. jase hum vomit aane pe krte h. or us k bd vo rota b h.

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