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How Long Does Drinks Bathwater Associated With Normal 12 Mo Last
Yes: Babies don't know the difference between bath water and drinking water. Since bath water is usually not that dirty, a baby taking a couple gulps of it shouldn't run into any problems (especially since it's his own germs in his bathwater). A toddler could be coordinated enough to drink a larger amount of bath water, in which case his parents would be better off giving him showers instead of baths. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How long does it take to lower hgb? Mine was slightly high, my dr said drink more water & recheck in 3mo. But I forgot. Should I go in 3 mo. from now?
Anytime: Make sure you drink enough water so that your urine is colorless. You may repeat the test any time it is convenient. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
My son is 4 mo old and has been told by his Dr to drink pedialyte. How much a day should I be giving him? Iv been giving 6 oz along w/ normal feedings
Ask your doc: For what reason were you told to start pedialyte for your baby? As your pediatrician made the recommendation, and is also the person who knows your baby and his issues, your pediatrician is the best person to answer this question. Generally speaking, at 4 months formula alone is fine. ...Read more
My period is delay for 6 days I've got 2 period in one mo 1st week and last week both 7 days. I drink pills for 6 days my husband stay 5 days only?
Not clear: Not sure i understand your question, would you kindly paraphrase it? Thanks. ...Read more
How can I get my hair to grow faster? I drink plenty of water, have taken biotin for a long period, and get regular trims. Mine grows maybe 1/8"mo.
Biotin doesn't: Help. Water doesn't help. Trimming doesn't help. Hairs grow in spurts with each hair on a different schedule or growing for several months followed by remaining stable for months. The only way is to have good genetics and good nutrition and good overall health. Good luck. Nothing else helps. ...Read more
My 20 mo Old rolls his eyes back as hes falling asleep & occ. when drinking bottle laying down. A few times it's when swallowing food. Is this normal?
For last 3 mo can't eat or drink w/out vomiting, even water.Lost 50. severely dehydrated and very weak. urinating very little every other day and very dark. Tests ok so far but know something seriously wrong. What could it be and is this serious?
No : Sexually-transmitted diseases are transmitted through sexual activity. ...Read more
How important is it that a 12-mo-old gets milk? I want to wean, but he won't drink any other kind of milk (cow, goat, coconut, and almond).
Not mandatory: Milk is an easy vehicle to provide calcium, protein, fat, sugar and fluid.All can be provided through alternative sources. Cheeses and yogurt can provide adequate calcium, or two ground up Tums (calcium carbonate) antacid tabs. The rest of the diet can provide the rest. You may find this is just a battle over the breast, and a week or two after you stop the kid may take anything. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
2periods/mo., diet low in iron & no supplments -still had high iron. Is iron absorbed dermally? Shower in hard water w/high fe but don't drink it.
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