1 months old baby

Question: Mera (1 month) baby dud pine k bad v ro raha.. Samj nai aa raha kuch.

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Answer: May b uska pet ny bhara ho.. Dakar ke liye ro Raha hy Neend ke vajah se Pet me Dard ho Raha hy...etc
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    Roshni Sharma659 days ago

    Pet me dard ho toh kya kre

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    Gousiya Shaik659 days ago

    Apply coconut oil and massage

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