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Question: my baby is constipated...what to do
Answer: Hello dear.. Breast milk is the only food to baby till six months,since your baby is in exclusive breastfeeding, Mother's diet play an important role in babies digestive issues and consitipation problem,to avoid constipation in breastfeeding do following things in your diet,will definitely help baby in relieving constipation
Have a fiber rich foods that includes wholewheat,oats, grains and cereals...
Include lot of vegetables and fruits in your diet..
Eat guava with breakfast it will help a lot
Make a habit of eating figs and prunes daily,can drink raisin juice it relieves constipation
Drink lot of water,stay yourself hydrated,also include fresh juice ,milk..
You can take Banana smoothie,figs smoothie will be more effective in reducing constipation.
If it persist ,it is better to consult pediatrician..
Question: My baby is constipated , what to do ?
Answer: Babies should be fed nothing except for breastmilk and formula milk during this age.baby not passing stool for few days is fine.So do not panic and stay calm.Their digestive system are not developed yet.For contipation-massage your baby's tummy with warm oil(coconut preferred),Apply hing paste-boil water with hing,strain the hing and apply water around baby's tummy,make your baby exercise(cycling motion of legs),feed every 2 hours.These tips should help relieve constipation.
you can give him gripe water too."
Question: My baby is constipated ? What to do ??
Answer: 5 months old is a growth period and it may very well be that your baby is actually making use of practically all of the nutrition you’re giving her. Especially if she is breastfed, not pooping for a few days (up to a week or more actually) is completely normal at her age. Fully breastfed babies do not get constipated – they practically can’t, because they absorb everything in the breast milk. If a fully breastfed baby stops pooping, it is because they digest everything.
If you do believe that your baby is constipated and need a remedy for a 4-month-old, a few teaspoons of prune juice can be very effective.
Apple juice (NOT apple sauce) can also help