9 months old baby

Question: My baby is 9 months old and she has started eating solid food.but last days she is not showing interest in having anything except breastmilk.she is crying while feeding the food and refusing it. What might be the reason

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Answer: Hello dear, sometimes baby feel crancky and don't want to take food. The second reason is baby has gas. Massaging your baby's belly in a downward motion can also help relieve gas pain.... Giving your baby time to burp after a feeding can help remove excess air through the mouth. Gripe water is a completely natural mixture of herbs, that are known to settle an upset stomach. you may be more comfortable trying it to see if it makes a difference in your baby's feed. Hope it helped... take care of your little one... .
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