4 months old baby

Question: My baby is 4 month old and she sweats alot. Is there any problem?

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Answer: Hi dear if baby sweat when u over cloth or while sleeping , while feeding session then it is quite natural. We need to keep baby cloth lighter. At feeding time don't cover ur baby but do feed with proper air supply. If u still have doubt then consult doctor and get him checked
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