Similar Questions with Answers
Question: My baby girl is 2 n half months old.n ow for few days she refuses to drink breast milk.she cries a lot for giving BM n have only for 5 minutes.today she didnt even suck for 5 minutes
Answer: Check touching all her organs like ear stomach nose etc . Baby will not suck milk if she has pain in some place or if she s suffering from cold. Hold your head near her chest and check if you can hear some sound which s the symptom of cold
Question: My daughter had her 6th mnth vaccination done dis sat n she has fever and got cold n cough as well .. and shez been crying alottt not gtng down me m concerned is all well
Answer: For cold and cough...put some garlic cloves in a thread and make the child wear it like a neckpiece the garlic cloves should touch the chest it will help control the running nose,chest cogestion.
Also u can make an oil to massage at night. Take mustard oil and put methi dana,ajvain,garlic and neem leaves. Heat the oil till all dese ingredients are golden brown. Let it cool and strain the oil. Heat the oil when u use it. U can massage the chest ,back and feet with this oil before the child sleeps. Make sure to make the child wear socks after u massage with this oil it will double the effect.
Hope this all helps 😊
Question: My baby is 9 n half month now, she sweats a lot while breast feeding only her head sweats, what's the reason n solutions pls
Little babies cannot regulate their heat production and keep same temperature of 37°C
Babies have very little body fat and more body water and also has immature soft skin, which makes it get and lose heat pretty quickly
babys temperature may vary several times a day
Any sources of heat and cold in your room, when placed closer to the baby, may affect this change.
Babies have underdeveloped thermoregulation system they are not good at adjusting their body temperature
As they grow around 6-8 months they get better at it
When your baby is active and moving a lot, or even when it is crying,feeding the body temperature can rise, and you will feel this heat. Too much bundling, swaddling, close radiant warmers can lead to overheating.