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Question: My baby not drink milk properly and if drinks small amount milk and vomited it.
Answer: Hi dear, My doctor said it's normal in new born babies .. Sometime baby feeds more than the requirement and flow of milk is more it happens so :- # take break while feeding # make sure baby burps after feeding one side before shifting to other # hold your baby on your shoulder for 5-10 min # don't make baby to do more activity like shaking just after the feed Hope this will help you.. if still continues after each feed plz consult to your doctor.
Question: My baby is not drinking milk.. Anyone suggest anything pls.. He drinks very small amount of milk.
Answer: If your baby has been recently taking less feeding then ,there could be plenty reasons for your baby to temporarily stop feeding: if your baby has cold,cough or even ear infection,any acid reflux could be one of the reason for not feeding enough, baby with tight neck muscles would also refuse feeding from a particular side of breast.talk to your doctor if that happens,insufficient milk supply could frustrate the baby,any ulcer it thrush infection in mouth,teething issue could also make baby fussy, in rare cases ,taste of milk would also make baby refusing milk,any cream or perfume that you using could.also impact baby. Don't hesitate to talk to your doctor if you feel anything strange with your baby.....
Question: Dear all my baby drink amul shkti milk suggested by doctor by adding small amount of jaggery in milk but my baby is constipated how to treat it
Answer: Hello dear. If the baby is taking feed normally with any issue of gas or constipation pain then it is normal for breastfeed babies to poop less often. My daughter also pooped every 3 to 4 days. However if baby is experiencing any kind of pain then it is a concern. Try these steps to prevent and ease the pain of constipation. Burp Often. Burping helps relieve gas by allowing air to escape from the body, keeping it from building up,Keeping Baby Upright while breastfeeding, Pump Baby's Legs, Draw a Warm Bath, Try a Baby Massage, Track ur Diet and also Check feeding position. "When you're nursing or bottle-feeding, try to keep the baby's head higher than her stomach. Hope this helps.