Answer: Hello ma'am ,
Agar aapka baby weak hai to aap baby ko daily massage kare usse proper deit de .
U can give ur baby a variety of food but in a puree or porridge stage .
Early morning :- give BM / FM .
Idly with BM , formula upma , roti with milk , formula mashed dosa, boiled apple , mashed banana , veg soup , deluted fresh juice , ragi with milk, ghee.
Dal roti , dal water , dal rice, khichdi , cerelac, sooji ka kheer .
Evening Snack :- cerelac , milk with biscuit .
Dinner :- sooji kheer , nestum , cerelac by 8 pm . U can keep feeding ur baby BM or FM as needed needed between the meal .
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Question: Am 29weeks preg. My doc told my weight is little low fr this week.plz suggest some baby weight gaining foods
Answer: Hello dear...
A well balanced Pregnancy diet is an key to healthy weight gain during pregnancy,so follow these steps to yield a healthy baby with proper weight gain
Eat atleast six meals
Eat frequently,is the secret trick to gain weight during pregnancy,you can have small meals throughout the day,will give you healthy weight gain
Have soaked dryfruits
Start your day having a handful of soaked dry fruits,it is very essential for your babies development and it helps to gain weight fast
Don't skip meals
During pregnancy,you should not skip meals,this will lead to nutritional deficiencies..
Have almond milk,daily evening,it is very good for you to gain weight during pregnancy
Have banana after dinner everyday,it not only helps in weight gain but also gives good colon health
Warm milk before bed
Have warm milk before bed ,it will promote you good sleep,and gains weight too..
Question: My baby is too slim please suggest me some tips to grow
Answer: Ask your paediatrician to measure your toddler's height and weight. She can use the measurements to confirm whether your toddler is a healthy weight or not.
The doctor will take into account your toddler's previous growth pattern, his weight at birth and his height. She will plot your child's measurements on a growth chart to check that he is growing well over time. If your child is growing along his growth curve, your doctor will probably tell you there is no cause for concern.
If your doctor does say that your child is underweight, there is no real risk to his health or development, unless there is an underlying illness that is causing him to lose weight. If your doctor notices a change in your child's growth pattern, she might want to investigate further to understand what might be causing it. Your doctor will need to maintain and plot your child's growth chart regularly, so ask how often she needs to see your child for growth check-ups.
Most doctors also recommend that preschoolers take deworming medicine once a year to prevent a worm infection. A worm infection can lead to loss of weight if not treated in time.
Your child may also lose weight if he's been ill, perhaps from a tummy bug or other illness. Having diarrhoea may mean your toddler doesn't absorb the nutrients he needs into his bloodstream, so he loses weight. If this is the case, your toddler will get back to his normal weight within a couple of weeks of getting better.
Other illnesses can lead to weightloss but often they are associated with symptoms that will help the doctor to diagnose and treat the illness.Unexplained, sudden weightloss will need further investigation.
Your doctor will check your child's diet as well. Toddlers have small tummies and are really active but their appetite usually meets the needs of the body.
You can discuss your toddler's feeding concerns with your doctor. Many mums feel that their child doesn't eat enough. Instead of worrying about the quantity of food your child eats, focus on the quality. Give your child a variety of fruits, vegetables, cereals and good sources of protein and iron.
Also ensure he gets between 350 and 400 ml of milk per day. If you give your child a balanced and varied diet, even if he doesn't eat much, he is likely to be getting the nutrients he needs.
Toddlers tend to be notoriously fussy eaters so your doctor might prescribe a multivitamin supplement that ensures he gets the nutrients he needs to develop well. Or she might just prescribe an iron supplement if your toddler is vegetarian.
Only give supplements if your doctor has advised you to. Supplementing with iron when you don't need to can cause problems. For example, too much iron can interfere with how your toddler's body absorbs other minerals. Excess iron can also cause constipation, which may put your toddler off eating, making the problem worse.
You can help your toddler to enjoy food and eat well by encouraging him to feel relaxed at mealtimes. Try not to put pressure on him to eat. It's more likely to put him off than encourage him.
Try to have regular mealtimes and snack times. Whenever you can, eat at a table, as a family. Remove any distractions by turning off the TV, putting away phones, video games or tablets. Limit meal times to about 30 minutes and if your child doesn't want to eat any more, remove the food and give it again at the next meal.
If your child hasn't eaten much at one meal, he will compensate by eating more the next. But don't give him desserts or foods he likes that are low in nutrition just to fill him up if he hasn't eaten much. This will encourage fussiness
A good way of keeping a track of the foods your child eats and ensuring he is getting a good variety of foods is to use a meal plan. You can follow our toddler meal plans or create one of your own.
Question: My baby hv too much cough and cold , plz suggest me some tips for this
Answer: Lots of rest
Fighting an infection takes energy and can wear a child out. When your child's resting, he's healing. And that's exactly what he needs to do.
Breathing moist air helps loosen the mucus in the nasal passages. A warm bath is very relaxing, too.
Have a humidifier or a cool-mist vaporizer going at night and during naps and playtime in the bedroom. Let a hot shower run for several minutes. Then give your child a warm bath or just sit with her in the steamy bathroom
Saline drops and a bulb syringe
Drops clear the nose when kids are too young to blow their nose.
Tip your child's head back and squeeze two or three saline drops into each nostril to thin and loosen the mucus. Try to keep his head still afterward for 15 to 30 seconds.
Squeeze the bulb of the syringe, then gently insert the rubber tip into his nostril. Gently close off the other nostril with your finger. Slowly release the bulb to collect mucus and saline solution. Remove the syringe and squeeze the bulb to expel the mucus into a tissue. Wipe the syringe and repeat with the other nostril. Repeat procedure if needed.
Vapor rubs may help kids sleep better at night. Research suggests they make the cold sufferer feel as though she's breathing better by producing a cooling sensation in the nose.
You can find vapor rub products made specifically for babies 3 months and older. Natural vapor balms are available, too, if you'd prefer not to use products that contain petroleum or paraben