15 months old baby

Question: My baby is 14 months and he is pooping after every meal and has very low appetite please suggest

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Answer: Hi.. Dear babies do not have a fully developed intestine, and hence they do not absorb food very well.Therefore, it is normal for infants to pass frequent and watery stool. However, give your baby BRAT diet (banana, rice, Apple sauce, toast) only, in his meals.. Additionally, apply little asafoetida mixed in luke warm water on the tummy of your baby twice or thrice in a day.. It will give your toddler some comfort..
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    Hamsa Rekha440 days ago

    Thanks dear

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