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Sorbiline For Baby
No endorsement Here: I believe it is well stated on this site, but we do not provide any endorsement of any safe product that humans can purchase and use. Medicine would be fully neutral and have no opinion on your question. ...Read more
Multiple: Consider probiotics, especially if c section baby. Make sure getting enough water. Check with your doc if persistant. ...Read more
Cough drops: No prolem for mother or baby.Get a more detailed answer ›
Are sunblocks such as califonia baby suitable for 10months old infants? Can breastfeeding mothers use them as well?
Yes: Generally, sunblocks are safe for babies greater than 6 mos. Recommend using an all organic or mineral base sunblock with primarily physical barriers such as zinc and titanium dioxide as the active ingredients. You can also keep your baby covered with spf protected clothing and hats. Always remember to not expose your baby to direct sunlight and keep in the shade. ...Read more
Please clarify: Nido fortified is an instant milk that is designed for children aged 4-12 so i don't understand what this has to do with an unborn baby. I think it would be safe for a mother to take during pregnancy, even though it is not meant for this purpose. It is not meant to be a food for newborn babies. Breastfeeding is far and away the best source of nutrition for a baby. Any formula is far inferior. ...Read more
Generally, yes: Most babies tolerate rice and gluten-based staples well after the age of six months. As a general rule, you should give 1-2 weeks between starting any new foods at a time. Pl. make sure you get the infant checked at appointment times with the pediatrician to monitor growth and other developmental milestones. Good luck! ...Read more
Not lactaid...: Babies under a year should be fed either breastmilk or formula. There are several formulas that do not contain lactose. If the child does not tolerated a milk based formula, you can try a soy formula or a formula such as alimentum or nutramigen. If you are breastfeeding, you can try removing dairy from your diet. Always discuss changes in formula with your baby's pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Formula: You can absolutely use it . Finish what you you have then go on to next level. ...Read more
Not needed: Probably not harmful, but why take a chance, no known benefit from doing this or it would have been commercially developed already. ...Read more
Ok for breastfeeding mother to take ducolax or miralax (polyethylene glycol)? Baby is 13 weeks. If not, what stool softening med is safe?
Miralax (polyethylene glycol) is safe: Miralax (polyethylene glycol) is a safe and effective stool softener for breastfeeding mothers. There is little to no systemic absorption of this medication. To help with issues of constipation also suggest increased exercise, increased hydration with water, and a balanced diet with lots of fruits, vegetables, and items high in fiber. ...Read more
Pediatrician forgot to tell me to give baby vitamin d supplements (exclusively breastfed). Now 6 weeks old. Health problem for baby?
No worries!: There has likely not been any harm done to your baby. Just go ahead and start the d-visol drops now at 1ml daily. I've had parents forget or refuse to give it and the babies are ok. Nonetheless, it is still preferred to supplement with a vitamin d drop to prevent rickets in infants. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Yes, breast : Fed babies can get constipated. But not having a bowel movement is not = constipation !constipation refers to the consistency of the stools. If they are hard, round balls or firm with every diaper change , then i will agree with you otherwise it is not what you think it is . If concerned, please discuss this with your pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is it ok for breastfeeding moms to use skincare products with cyclopentasiloxane, cyclomethicone, peg 10 dimethicone and aluminum dioxid?
Appears to be safe: The chemicals mentioned mainly stay in the upper layers of the skin- miniscule amounts go into the body. If you have other questions here is a great website: breastfeeding and medications http://www.Breastfeedingonline.Com/meds.Shtml#sthash.5ld4zlrc.Dpbs it is from dr. Thomas hale a texas tech pharmacologists+ includes link to toxnet national library of medicine. ...Read more
Dose of acetaminophe: The dose is 0.8 ml of drops, can be given every 4 hours if needed for temp. ...Read more
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