Question: mera baby 1year 2 month ka hai uska wieght nahi bar rha kya karu mai
Answer: Busy toddlers burn lots of calories. A child that is not gaining weight steadily can be in danger of not meeting their nutritional needs. Getting your little one to eat more is likely to be very difficult. Therefore, making each mouthful have the greatest caloric impact is the most likely to add those needed kilos. Here are some strategies for adding calories. Add 1 or 2 tablespoons of nonfat dry milk powder to muffins, cooked cereal, pancakes, milkshakes, yogurt. Add a powdered dry fruit mix to:milk, milkshakes, smoothies, or ice cream. Add extra butter to: cooked cereal, rice, pasta dishes, sandwiches, potatoes, and vegetables. Add cheese to: pasta, meatloaf, crackers, sandwiches, burgers, soups, mashed potatoes, and vegetables. Spread cream cheese or peanut butter on bread, muffins, fruit slices, pancakes, Include supplements, such as:Boost, Pediasure,horlicks. For extra protein, offer more of these foods: eggs, milk, cheese, peanut butter, meats, & yogurt, paneer and tofu.
Question: Mera baby 22 days ka hai...birth ke time uska complexion boht fair tha.....dheere dheere uska complexion dark ho raha...esa kyuu..?? Kya uska complexion dark jayega???????
Answer: Hi dear, Your baby's skin colour, whether dark or fair, is determined by his genes at the time of conception .Nothing you did during pregnancy or do now will change your baby's natural complexion. The skin can adapt melanin production to sunlight exposure. So if your baby is exposed to sunlight regularly, his skin will get darker, and if he hardly gets any direct sunlight for long, he might appear fairer. But he will never get fairer than his natural skin colour, which sets in soon after birth. Regularly apply body lotions cream and oil to keep your baby's skin hydrated.
Question: mere baby 3 month 25 days ka hai..uska birth weight 2.7 kg tha..aj uska weight 6 kg hai..kya uska weight gain thik ho raha hai???
Answer: Hey, On an average newborn is suppose to gain 400-700gms in a month so that by the time he is 6months old his birthweight is doubled. Also net weight gain during first month is low as baby loses some of his weight during first few weeks after birth. But there after it goes to 400gms per month atleast. So don't worry all is good with your baby. maintain a timely feeding schedule to help him gain weight at steady pace.