Question: हेलो mam mujhe 6 month chal rahe h or pet bahut nikal chuka h . or khana v bahut khati hu . kahi khane ki wajah से to nhi एच kitna v sochati hu ki km khau mgr khane k waqt khuchh jayada hi kha leti
सवाल:M 7week pregnant hu m koi v medicine nhi leti hu folic acid tab v nhi bt healthy khana khati hu ;is m mera bby ko koi prblm toh nhi hogi naa;avi grp m padhe folic acid nhi khane se bby ka body part ka koi v hissa incomplete reh jata h .mujhe bht tnsn horha h plz koi hlp kr dijiye
उत्तर: hiii...i suggest u to ask ur dr..as per my knowledge folic acid ,multi vitamin and iron tablet is necessary for better growth of ur baby.
सवाल:Hi my baby boy 1yer 7 month ki hai pehele vo khana khati thi but ab vo kuch v nehi khati or khane k time bahut chir chirate hai kaya kornu plz help me
उत्तर: Hi dear,
There could be many reason for your baby not eating food.
1) teething- due to painful gum baby is mostly in awful mood and need something comforting like bm/fm most of the time.
2) Anaemia- Usually breastfed baby gave low hb levels as breast milk isn't sufficient to meet baby's iron need. That's why doctor recommend iron drop during first year of baby. Try to include more iron rich foods in baby’s meal plan.
3) Bacterial /viral infection - baby might be having a throat or stom infection which is very common with teething baby as he tries to put every in his mouth anything contaminated can cause infection. Keep his surrounding and toys clean and sterlize. Add heeng to his food to prevent infection. Make him drink water through the day.
4) boredom - like adults baby also gets bored of eating same food everyday. Be experimental and introduce new recipes to him. If you are giving him mashed potato try fried version. Presenting the same food in different method becomes appealing to baby.
Hope this helps
सवाल:Mam me kuch b ni kha pa rhi hu mujhe vomiting ni ho rhi pr pure tym lgta h ki hogi or pet me bht drd h kuch b khane me drd or hone lgta h khana km khane ki wajah se weakness lgti h abto kya kru
Nausea is the most characteristic sign of early pregnancy, which is also referred to as morning sickness. Women feel nausea and vomiting which starts from the 8th week of pregnancy and continues up to 12 to 14 weeks of pregnancy. In some rare cases, feeling like throwing up continues throughout the pregnancy. The cause could be the estrogen levels or sudden biochemical changes during pregnancy. It can also be due to deficiency of vitamin B6.
Increase your intake of fluids to curb the feeling of nausea. Recommended liquids include juices, sport drinks and liquids having ginger as ginger provides relief to nausea. Liquid tonics should be taken for upset stomach. Water might be your last choice as it seems not work well for nausea. Drinks with caffeine and acids must be avoided