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Feeding My 6 Month Old Baby
8-9 months: Yogurt can be a healthy part of a baby's diet. Make sure you buy plain whole milk yogurt- babies need these fats, so no nonfat yogurt for them! also try to avoid buying the flavored varieties- plain is best and if you want to mix in some bananas or other fruit thats fine but the pre-flavored ones have too much added sugar for babies. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why my baby pooping green . He is 6 month old breast feed baby just started having apple 2 week ago.
Relax: Poop color tends to preoccupy moms. But it rarely matters. Beware of red, black, and pale (chalky) stools. ...Read more
Not recommended: The main problem is that coconut water is essentially a sports drink- extra electrolytes, calories- and may not be appropriate for babies. The other downside is that she may fill up on it and not drink the milk she needs. If your baby needs additional fluids, give her water. ...Read more
He has tears..: ...When he breast feeds, and when he doesn't breast feed too. Every time he blinks, a tear washes across his eye. If he is actually crying when he is feeding then something is bothering him (maybe throat or ear pain) and you should get him checked out. If it is just eye tearing and he is otherwise well, it might be from a little nasal congestion , so don't worry about it too much. ...Read more
Baby 3 months old. Why has my bottle-fed baby started to refuse the bottle? Started since 2month old
Pat his back : You must burp him after drinking milk as in pat his back until he burps, otherwise milk gets stuck and he spits up. Another reason for spit up is gastric reflux, with that you need to ask your doctor what medications he/she can prescribe to the baby. Thicker feeds can help, but you must discuss with your doctor how to do that while breastfeeding. ...Read more
Many Possibilites: A baby wearing too many layers of clothing will sweat. Your baby only needs one extra layer of clothing compared to an adult. Also babies are very sensitive to heat and humidity. However if your child is sweating especially during feedings, not feeding well and not growing well- make sure she/he is evaluated by a pediatrician. These symptoms together may suggest a heart problem. ...Read more
No, ma'am: Individual psychotherapy with family participation is needed to determine what stresses him & why he is allowed to self-calm with a bottle. Assessment includes family history for psychiatric disorders, parent-child interactions since birth, child's iq, academic & social abilities, teacher reports & a dental exam. Therapists teach more age-appropriate coping skills before ditching the bottle. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Peanuts & popcorn : Are easily aspirated ( get into windpipe & lungs); don't give them till age 5. Thin out creamy pb with milk because it's thick enough for him to choke on. If there's a strong family history of food allergies, hold off. Pb is fat & sugar; check labels. Brush his teeth after he eats & before bed, give milk (16-21 oz/day) & juice (0-4 oz/day) only with meals. The 1st dental exam should happen @ 1 yr. ...Read more
My 2month old baby popping a little every formula feeding .he is on both.i have changed his formula milk 2 days ago?
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