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1 Month Old Feeding Schedule
Consult pediatrician: Is it true vomiting rather than spotting or mild regurgitation? Concerns are 1) is baby on wrong formula, 2) has baby significant reflux or regurgitation from stomach (gerd) or 3) pyloric stenosis ( vomiting tends to be projectile)? Good luck, hope it does not turn out to b serious. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Between 6-8 feeds: Infants at this age typically feed anywhere between 6 and 8 feeds per day. Number of feeds can vary for any number of reasons such as type of feed (breast or formula), size of each feed, etc. Ultimately, feeding should be sufficient at this age to result in appropriate weight gain. ...Read more
3 month old baby doing green potty with mucus 4 times day after .Strickly breast feed but last week 1 time fed with formulae.
It depends!: The frequency, color and consistency of normal infant stools vary a lot. Green is not abnormal. Mucous can reflect inflammation, as in bacterial stool infection or an allergic problem. If your baby's stools became more frequent and contained mucous only after a bottle of formula, it may be a milk protein allergy. If the baby is feeding and acting well, i'd keep nursing and talk to the doctor. ...Read more
My daughter was 1 year old. Doctor prescribed uprise D3 60K for 4days after 4 days ultra D3 1 ml for a month.ll it safe to give 60K uprise?
Yes, safe.: Daily recommended dose for infants is 1K daily, but if there is a deficiency then much higher doses are used to bring levels to normal. Studies have been done with rickets and found that 600 K once is about equivalent to 5-10K/d for 2-3 months. Resistant rickets may require higher doses. You do not state why your child is on Rx, but D3 supplement would not be Rx unless necessary. Follow up. ...Read more
I feed my baby "breast feeding" 14 months. I'm 26 housewife , always beside my baby. My breast look like old one, dose in became normal after weaning?
Breast reverse aging: Unfortunately, after breast feeding, the breast tissues and ligaments do not suddenly find the "fountain of youth" and elevate from their "sagging" condition. Breast rejuvenation only occurs at the hands of plastic surgeons after you have completed all birthing and breastfeeding activities. ...Read more
Probably not : Although goats milk may be closer to human milk than cow's milk, there are several distinct dangers to babies. First are vitamin deficiencies, goats milk lacks both vitamin b12 and folate (folic acid). Babies develop a "megaloblastic anemia" from this deficiency. Second is a danger of infection, brucellosis, you should know, so definitely boil before use. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 2month old baby popping a little every formula feeding .he is on both.i have changed his formula milk 2 days ago?
My daughter is 1 month old I am breast feeding and formula feeding her. She hasn't pooped in 5 days. Should i be worried?
Not necessarily: Some breast fed babies have bowel movements every feeding, once or twice a day, or every 5 days. Formula can be somewhat more constipating, causing firmer stools. As long as the stool is soft and your baby is not uncomfortable, it's not a problem. If the stools are hard, or your baby is really fussy, see your doctor. ...Read more
A very rough...: ...Guideline is about three ounces per pound per day. So a 10lb baby might be expected to eat about 30oz per day. This is not a rule, it's a guideline. If your baby won't take more than 22oz and is growing normally, that's fine. If your baby requires 40oz otherwise she screams and cries, as long as she's growing normally, that's fine too. ...Read more
At least every 6 hr: Any infants urine output will vary with their level of fluid intake, activity and other factors. They should go no less than every 6 hours. With high end diapers it may be hard to tell, so if concerned, a square of toilet tissue in front of the genitals can act as a tell all. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My month old baby keeps throwing up after every feeding. What could be wrong? Breastfeed during the day, 2 bottles of 2oz newborn formula at night.
Esophageal Reflux: Or gastro-esophageal reflux disease. Occurs when lower esophageal sphincter is loose, doesn't close, stomach content comes up as vomiting. Make sure, when feeding, head 45 degree upright, a good seal while nursing, no gap, so that baby doesn't swallow air. Burp up halfway and after feeding, keep baby upright for 1/2 hour. If not better, anytime projectile vomit, poor wt. Gain, see doc asap. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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