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Question: My baby 39days old he have gastric problem..plz suggest me what can I do..?
Answer: Try these tips • Swaddling. Wrapping baby up tight can soothe your gassy baby by mimicking the coziness of the womb. • Rocking or bouncing. As with swaddling, O’Connor says, the motion of rocking or bouncing simulates the environment in your uterus, helping to relax baby. • Using a pacifier. “Almost all babies will find some baby gas relief by sucking on a pacifier,” O’Connor says, because the sucking action releases endorphins that will soothe baby. • Infant massage. Simply rubbing baby’s belly may be helpful, since massage can help calm the nerve signals in baby’s immature intestines. • Encouraging movement. If your gassy baby is in severe discomfort, try the “baby bike ride.” Lay baby on his or her back and move the legs in an up-and-down pedaling motion. This helps move gas along physically, but also helps soothe and calm nerves in the intestines.
Question: My baby is crying constantly.. He ia having cough and cold.. What should I do
Answer: Breastfeeding is the first and foremost solution to treat cold and cough for your newborn. In your baby’s first six months, breastmilk is the only way to heal your child’s body from any type of problem.Breastmilk also improves the immunity of your child to fight against bacteria, germs, and virus. You can put few drops of breastmilk in each nostril of your baby. It will help to cure a cough and cold faster. Ajwain or carom seeds have antiviral and antibacterial properties. Dry roast ajwain on a tava or pan. Put the ajwain in a cotton cloth and make a potli of it. Gently rub it on the baby’s chest, back, under feet and palms. Make sure the potli is not very hot. First, test the temperature by putting the potli on your wrist. Make sure that the baby must have a single layer of clothing before you start to rub potli on the body. Caution: Don’t rub it on the naked chest of your baby.
Question: My baby is 5 month old. He is vomiting frequently. What should i do
Answer: Hello dear, Every baby experiences different symptoms during teething. ... Most experts agree that while localized soreness and pain may occur, teething doesn't cause symptoms elsewhere in the body, like rash, vomiting, and diarrhea. Consult your family doctor or pediatrician if your baby is vomiting or has any other severe symptoms. Some doctors recommend not giving a baby solid food for 24 hours after vomiting. If that seems too long, ask your baby's doctor for advice about when to resume feeding solids after vomiting.... Give your baby enough fluid to prevent dehydration.