Answer: During a growth spurt, breastfed babies nurse more often than usual (sometimes as often as every hour) and often act fussier than usual. Common times for growth spurts are during the first few days at home and around 7-10 days, 2-3 weeks, 4-6 weeks, 3 months, 4 months, 6 months and 9 months (more or less). Growth spurts usually last 2-3 days, but sometimes last a week or so.Follow your child’s lead. Baby will automatically get more milk by nursing more frequently, and your milk supply will increase due to the increased nursing.
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Question: Hello dr.my son is 4months6days old due to summer can i give him some water and usko bhukh bahut jaldi lagthi hai usko mein bm pelathi rahethi hun kya husko cerelac start karsakthi hun please suggest
you don't need to give her anything apart from breastmilk.
Breastmilk is wholesome meal for baby it caters to baby’s food and fluid need.
If you feel baby is thirsty or dehydrated you can increase your water intake this way through breastmilk she ll get sufficient fluid for her body.
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Yes yu can start bottle feeding to the baby..
Sterlite the bottle well n boil d water properly.
As it wud b first time start in small quantity and give good burp..
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