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Hi i hve 17 month baby m pregnant again its my 3rd baby n 2 csection
One baby still birth plz tell how mny csection done safe?
No specific rules: There are no set rules on how many c sections someone can have. Each c section adds risk and the more you have the more risk. The more important issue to address with your doctor is your previous stillbirth. Discuss the details of that with your doctor so that a safe prenatal plan can be in place to optimize your chances with this pregnancy ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Other causes: A four month old does not have bowel control where he is afraid to poop. You dont mention it, but if you are breast feeding an infant can go as long as a week without pooping and is within the realm of normality. If he is on f ormula he maybe constipated by too much formula. ...Read more
Be grateful: Nothing is wrong. Your child is content, well fed, loved and does not feel a need to fuss. Some babies (and people) in life are just laid back and content. Others like to make a fuss. If his personality is to be content and happy, REJOICE! ...Read more
Everybody is: not the same. It would usually come out later anyway. ...Read more
My baby wont latch on after 4 weeks. She is 14 weeks nw.. Any ideas cos she cries and chokes on my nipples. Please help?
Try breast shield: Try using a breast shield when your infant feeds. If that doesn't work pump your milk and let her take your breast milk from a bottle. ...Read more
TOO EARLY: It is recommended not to feed babies any solid foods until 4-6 months of age. The intestinal tract of an infant is not ready to digest anything but breast milk or infant formula until then. if you are breast feeding and the increased hunger is recent your child may be going through a growth spurt and attempting to have you produce more milk. ...Read more
Imy sister is having a four months baby and she found herself pregnant, can she continue breastfeed her little baby?
Food introduction: The general recommendation for food introduction in infants is rice cereal at 4 months, vegetables at 5 months, fruits and fruit juices at 6 months, finger foods & meats at 9 months. A three meal two snack schedule is the usual goal, but adapting this schedule to your family's normal routine should be fine as long as your baby is comfortable and gaining weight appropriately. ...Read more
Hi.Blood clots r thr wen pasin stool. It hapend a month before n gone itself. Again started. Wat cud it b. Wat cn i do at hm.Plz help. Nt consitipated
Rectal bleeding: warrants medical evaluation.Get a more detailed answer ›
My 5month old baby having Hb 9.2gm%,dr gave ferrilite drops,is baby fine,when will his Hb comes normal,having only breast feed?
He'll be fine: Babies are growing very rapidly in that first year, and their iron intake from breast or even from formula at times may not keep up with the need to make new red blood cells because they are growing so rapidly. That's why we as pediatricians check their Hgb between 6-12 months, and give iron if their levels are low. He's otherwise fine, just growing too fast for his diet to keep up with his needs. ...Read more
My frnd missed her periodic menses bt she doesn't what baby right nw still she s not prepared for tat?
The first thing: You may advise her is to have home pregnancy check. If she is pregnant , she need to talk her obgyn and some counselor and have good information about the whole process. Decision made in panic mode will be devastating later on . Let her take time and when comfortable make decision ...Read more
My baby is 10 mnth old passes stool six times in a day..its NT watery or hard..and NT much in quantity..is dis normal.?
My breastfeeding 5 month baby constipated past 3 days and struggles, cries to pass poo but he couldn't still. Cries out while straining. Wat can I do?
Constipation in: breast fed babies is uncommon but can occur transiently after introduction of new foods. Gentle rectal stimulation with a rectal thermometer or inflant glycerin suppository is usually effective. Persistent constipation, bloody discharge from the rectum, vomiting, abdominal distension and excessive pain warrant immediate evaluation by your pediatrician. ...Read more