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Question: meri baby kl se formula milk ni le ri bs bm le ri h bt usko mera sufficient ni hota formula milk kaise du?
Answer: Diet and nutrition play an important role in improving and maintaining a healthy breastmilk supply. Try including these foods in your diet to increase milk supply. Fenugreek (methi) This is an ancient remedy and is being used since generations to improve breastmilk supply. Methi is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, and is a good source of vitamins, iron, and calcium. Nuts and dried fruits It is well known that nuts and dried fruits are high on calories, rich in vitamins and minerals, and a good source of essential nutrients. They can be had by themselves or added in several preparations. Pulses and lentils Pulses, such as Tur daal and Masoor daal are believed to improve milk supply since ancient times. They are high in protein and contain good amounts of iron and fiber. Green leafy vegetables Spinach,sarson ka saag,bathua are a few of the many green leafy vegetables that are rich in iron, calcium, folate, vitamin A and B12 which help to improve lactation. During winters theses vegetables are easily available so make sure you are eating adequate quantity. Other remedies - Utilizing the demand and supply equation, The more you draw milk from your breast, the more milk your body will produce. If milk is not efficiently removed from the breasts, it eventually decreases milk supply. Supplements - 1) Shatavari kalp powder. This has known results when it comes to increasing milk supply. Take a spoon of powder with lukewarm milk once in a day. 2) Jeera- This is the most effective remedy. Roast jeera seeds then powder them and have 1spoon of this powder daily with lukewarm milk once a day. By following these soon you ll notice difference in your milk supply.
Question: Mere baby ko bht jada tite potty ho ri h. Usko bht lgta h is wajah se wo potty ni kr ra do din me potty ni hui
Answer: Hello mommy Constipation in a toddler can be caused by: not eating enough fibre not drinking enough fluids drinking too much milk and not enough water lack of exercise and activity being anxious about potty training can make your child "hold in" her poo, which can make constipation worse If your toddler is constipated, it will be painful for her to do a poo. This pain means that she might hold back even more and a vicious circle begins. If she is very constipated, she may lose the sensation of wanting to open her bowels altogether. Boosting your child’s fibre intake will make her bowel movements easier. Offer foods such as wholemeal bread and cereal, and fruits and vegetables such as prunes, figs, apricots, plums, peas, broccoli, sweetcorn, potatoes and baked beans. Prunes can be mashed and disguised in your toddler’s food, and she may find fig rolls tastier than plain figs. Give her fruit with the peel left on, and leave jacket potatoes and chips in their skins. However, don’t overload your toddler with high-fibre foods – they shouldn’t form the bulk of her diet until she is at least five. Too much fibre for a toddler could give her diarrhoea. Give your child plenty of fluids to help moisten her poo. Water is best, although you can offer well-diluted fruit juice too (at least one part juice to 10 parts water). Don’t give your child fizzy or sugary drinks. Constipation may make your toddler sluggish and low in energy. But being active will help to ease her constipation. Encourage her to get out and walk alongside the buggy for a short while when you’re out and about. Or play some music and get her to dance with you, or kick a football around the garden.
Question: Meri baby bahot potty kr ri h ..din bhr m 10 bar potty kr deti h ..ky kru
Answer: Hi! Normal hain ek mahine ke bachhe k liye 10-12 baar tak pottu karna normal hain aur 10 din mein ek baar karna bhi normal hain..tension mat kijiye dhire dhire age aur time ke sath thik ho jayga.. Good luck!