Question: Hi doctor, my daughter is almost 4months old, from morning she's crying too much... I tried to breastfeed her but only little she drNk and then she's refusing... She didn't pass urine from almost 4 hours. Please advise .
Answer: She might be having stomach ache... Provide her with the dr prescribe medication
Question: Hii All... My baby is 50 days old.. She doesn't sleep for 12 hours at a stretch !! she is takes about 10 mins naps once in 2 hours ! she then demands too much feeding and is not satisfied even with formula. She will then sleep for next 12 hours at a stretch and doesn't demand too much feeding. Please suggest what can be done.
Answer: it is normal for 1st 3months also she is not getting enough milk which is causing this , recommended for you to add Shatavari powder with luke warm milk and drink
Question: I was pregnant at the age of 42 .my daughter is now 3 years old, she's not having the weight that she required at this age. She is too lazy to eat and takes 1 hour to complete her meal even a single dosa. She is now only aprx 8.5kg weight. I am a diabetic paitient which was caused during the pregnancy. My daughter is playing well and active but she doesn't gaining any weight what should i do ?
Answer: Hello dear, If your toddler loses interest, or seems tired, cranky or unwell, take the food away. Try to give her in a different way like custard, fruit salad, pooding etc. u can use vaggie like cutlet, veg sandwich, fried vegetables rice etc.
Sometimes toddlers want to try new foods if you just keep trying.
Make mealtimes a happy, regular and social family occasion – sit together to eat with your toddler whenever possible. Show your toddler how much you enjoy eating the food you’ve prepared. Get your toddler involved in helping to prepare and cook family meals.
Offer new foods when you and your toddler are relaxed and she isn’t too tired or distracted by other things . Set a time limit of about 20 minutes for a meal. If your toddler hasn’t eaten the food, take it away and don’t offer an alternative snack or meal.
Serve your toddler the same foods as the rest of the family. Your toddler will get the nutritional benefits of a wide range of foods, and accept new tastes and textures as ‘normal’.
Offer new foods with foods that your toddler already knows and likes. Keep offering new foods. It can take 10-15 tries for children to accept and enjoy new foods.
If your toddler refuses something, offer it again in a week or so. Your toddler might gobble it up and even ask for more – a toddler’s interest in food can fluctuate wildly.
Let your toddler touch, lick and play with food, and allow for some mess as she learns to eat.
Let your toddler feed himself and give him some help if he needs it.
Hope it helped, take care ur little one....