Question: hlo..mera baby 27days ka h...aur jab bhi vo potty krna h to bhot jor lgata h...face bhi red ho jata h pura...aur fir rona start hojata h..wese mere baby ko acidity ki prob bhi h
Answer: Whether your baby is breast or bottle fed, it’s easy to assume baby is getting enough water due to a primarily liquid diet through mother feed.
Give Your Baby “Bicycle Legs”
Sometimes making your baby’s body move will help get his bowels moving, too. Place your baby on back in front of you. Lift up baby'slegs and move them in a circular motion to mimic the motions of peddling a bicycle. The movement should help to release some abdominal pressure and get things going in the right direction.
Try a Different Brand of Formula
If your baby gets formula, sometimes a switch is all it takes to relieve constipation. Every baby reacts differently to the ingredients of each type of formula, so try a few brands to find the one your baby tolerates best. Most brands have a low-lactose option, which your baby may tolerate better.
Take Your Baby’s Temperature
Rectal stimulation can help your baby’s bowels to move. Use Vaseline to lubricate the tip of a rectal thermometer and insert it into your baby’s bottom. Very gently wiggle JUST the tip a few times before removing it. The stimulation will often cause a bowel movement to occur.
Massage Her Tummy
With your baby on her back, place your hand on her belly button. Using a clockwise motion, massage your baby’s tummy in ever bigger circles. Follow your baby’s cues as to how much pressure to use. If baby fusses or cries, you’re pressing too hard.
Give baby a Warm Bath
A warm bath will soothe almost anyone. The thought is that the warm water will help your baby relax, allowing his body to let go of what been holding in. When you’re drying baby off is also a perfect time to try the tummy massage technique.