सवाल: Hii...meri baby 13 month ki h ..wo khane me kuch nhi kha rahi hai or bas bM piti hai mujhe bm kam ho gaya hai baby ka pet nhi bharta hai kya karu...plskuch suggest kare..
उत्तर: Include food that will help in increasing breastfeed. Breastmilk is packed with all the necessary nutrients for your baby. Hence you should be eating the right things to ensure it reaches your little one. Some of the best foods are:
• Leafy green veggies: rich in Vitamin A, vitamin C, Iron, calcium and anti oxidants.
• Seasonal fruits: rich in antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and energy.
• Eggs: rich in protein, vitamin D and calcium.
• Whole grains: oatmeal, brown rice, barley are rich in proteins, vitamins, Iron, minerals and energy.
• Low fat dairy products: milk and yogurt are rich in vitamun B,vitamin D and calcium.
• Lean meats:Fish and chicken are rich in vital nutrients. some try to avoid this upto a few months. You can take a call on when to eat this after delivery.
• Garlic: Strengthens immune system and boosts lactation. It also has anti microbial and anti oxidant properties.
• Carrots: rich in potassium , carbohydrates, beta carotene and antioxidants.
• Legumes: rich in protein and iron. Peas, beans, lentils and kidney beans are some of them.
• Dairy foods, such as milk, cheese and yoghurt – these contain calcium and are a source of protein.
• Drinking plenty of fluids – have a drink beside you when you settle down to breastfeed: water and skimmed or semi-skimmed milk are all good choices. Have some soups also regularly.
Slowly introduce one new food everyday....mak tat for 3-4 continuous so that she develops taste for tat...den try another dish...
सवाल: Hi mera boy 4mth ka hai barber sofa nhi hai mujhe baar sirf feed krta hai mujhe lagta hai shayad uska pet nhi bharta hoga.me Kya Kari.
उत्तर: Hi i had this problem you can feed pumped milk. If ur baby pi for 8-10 time that his stomach is full
सवाल: mujhe lgta h merey brest feed se merey baby ka pet nhi bharta ...to m kya kru plz help
उत्तर: Please feed your baby regularly. On average, a newborn drinks about 45-90 ml every 2-3 hours. This amount increases as your baby grows and is able to take more at each feeding. At about 2 months, your baby may be taking 120-150 ml at each feeding and the feedings may be every 3-4 hours. If you feed your baby according to this then baby wont be hungry