2 months old baby

Question: Meri baby 2 months ki h ..uske sir me white flakes ho gaye h scalp me jame hue h ..oiling b kr rhi hu ...ky karu

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Answer: Usually baby's ki skin Nikal aati hain. So wo white flakes is Normal thing. My baby is 4.5 months and I could see such flakes now as well. If it's too much, consult a doctor
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