1 months old baby

Question: My daughter is 27 days ...from last 2 days she doesn't stool passes and suffering severe constipation... She tried but stool doesn't passes.. Pls tell me home remedy to get rid of my daughter.

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Answer: Paan .. v call paan betel nuts... Take a paan apply Castro oil.. heat little on candle apply on stomach near Noval.. do two to three times... Hope she will pass strool
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    Mikako Vyas1006 days ago

    Heeng with hoth water paste naval point and tummy pr cotton se apply kr lo..meetha oil jo hm khate h use hlka hot kr k cotton se potty jua se aati h vha lga lo

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