4 months old baby

Question: my baby does'nt do pee for whole night and at morning he do 2 to 3 time pee.means for whole day he do 12 to 15 pee..nd he is very active. Is he dehydrate at night?

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Answer: I do not worry it is normal during the entire day and night baby should usually pass urine for about 12 to 14 times it is all normal nothing to worry just sit with that you give proper feed to the baby at night or during night also every 2 hours which is very important and make sure that you drink lot of water during night time also it is advisable that you keep a bottle of water near you and keep drinking water as and when required
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