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Question: What can i give to my 3.5yrs baby she is doing vomiting continuously 5 times???
Answer: Dear Vomiting can drain your baby and the best way to regain the lost energy is through a liquid diet. It is advised to refrain from feeding any solid food to your child for at least 12 hours after the bouts of vomiting stop. Let your kid’s digestion process get in place before you start feeding any solid food to your child. Light vegetable soups, clear broths, and ice-creams are some of the things you may feed your child. Here are few remedies that can help cure vomiting; You may take a small piece of ginger and grate it. Squeeze the juice out from the grated ginger and mix few drops of honey to make it palatable. You may take few fresh mint leaves and extract the juice after grinding it (1 spoon). Add 1 spoon lemon juice to the mint juice. You may add a little honey to this mixture to add taste. You may take a cup of white rice and boil it in two cups of water. Once the rice is done, strain the excess water or starch and make your kid drink this water to stop the vomiting. You may take equal amounts of onion and ginger juice and mix well. Make your child sip this juice several times a day. Alternatively, you may add organic honey to the onion juice to ease nausea and vomiting.
Question: My baby is 6 months running... i m working women...now i m going to my duty but she is not eating other food nd other milk... i tried to give but doing vomiting..what can i do... plz reply
Answer: Hello! Vomiting is caused if the baby is forcefed. Try to pump your breastmilk and store them. Also in between ask someone from the family to offer formula milk. It takes time for the baby to adjust. Hence, ask the person taking care of the baby in your absence to keep trying but not force feed the baby. Take care
Question: My baby 8 months. Still she is eating semi solid foods. If i give solid food na she donot know to chew always spitting what to do
Answer: Hi dear right now ur baby is small plz wait for 2 to 3 more months and also see if she got some front and back back teeth so that she will be able to chew the food.