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Dr. Fazal Nabi

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Hello and thank you for visiting my Lybrate profile! I want to let you know that here at my office my staff and I will do our best to make you comfortable. I strongly believe in ethics; a......more
Hello and thank you for visiting my Lybrate profile! I want to let you know that here at my office my staff and I will do our best to make you comfortable. I strongly believe in ethics; as a health provider being ethical is not just a remembered value, but a strongly observed one.
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Dr. Fazal Nabi is a renowned Pediatrician in Cumballa Hill, Mumbai. He is currently practising at Jaslok Hospital, in Cumballa Hill, Mumbai. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Fazal Nabi on Lybrate.com.

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I have 2 month old breast fed plus formula fed baby who is urinating 25 times per day sometimes in which 10 to 12 are fully soaked and others are partially soaked im worried about uti r dm but no signs and symptoms of same pls clarify me thank you sir,madam in anticipation.

MBBS, MRCPCH
Pediatrician, Bangalore
I have 2 month old breast fed plus formula fed baby who is urinating 25 times per day sometimes in which 10 to 12 are...
If the baby is feeding well and gaining weight, developmentally normal, then theres nit much to worry. But if you are worried about any of the above, please contact your pediatrician. They can do assessment on the baby. They can get babys urine analysis done if they think necessary. Take care.
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Tips For A Positive Parenting!

Masters in Clinical Psychology & Certified Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Practioner, Certified Neuro linguistic programming Practioner, Masters in Clinical Psychology, Post Graduate Diploma in Child and ADolescent Counselling
Psychologist, Pune
Tips For A Positive Parenting!

As a parent, we all love our children deeply. And most of us will agree that these days parenting is very demanding and exhausting instead of pleasurable and joyous process. What has changed? It is not that children are any different. The difference is in the environment around them with stronger social influences; and this also affects the way we parent. In today's more democratic and egalitarian world; 'Do as I say and not as I do' style of parenting does not work. But, 'I will do as I see you doing' phrase from kids define our parent child relationship.

With change in social environment and influence, our strategies for correcting their behaviour and impart discipline has to undergo adaptation! When there are so many confusing and conflicting signals reach to our kids from their environment, whether we like it or not, we are still their role models. How positive parenting style will help? The core principle of positive parenting is to accept your child as an individual. We are in a democratic society and family is a small yet important part of society. Democracy does not mean allowing disrespectful and irresponsible behaviour; rather to effectively help kids change their behaviour and create harmonious and cooperative relationship with them. It also means that we as a parent need to learn to think, act and react in a different way.

Through, positive parenting, you will learn respectful disciplining methods, which would work better than demanding compliance. Through these principles and tips you will get your child to listen without screaming, nagging, reminding or evoking rebellious behaviour. More importantly this is all about building stronger relationship bond with your children and nurture them through early childhood to teen age years as they become independent, responsible, capable, kind, happy and successful young adults.

Tips to get you started:

  1. Everyone deserves to be treated with respect and dignity, including children.
  2. When your kid misbehaves instead of shouting or hitting, control your anger and respond in a calm and respectful way. Calmer but firmer tone and lower voice, yet not giving into their repeated demand, is much more effective as a discipline tool compare to nagging.
  3. Understandable that you have a lot on your plate, such as work, managing and keeping the home in order, managing meals and other outside responsibilities, kids sports or extracurricular activities, family obligations and so on. It is easy to get lost in all these 'have to do' activities. Parenting shouldn't be just one more task to deal with. Reconnecting with your parenting goals and aspirations periodically will help take the stress out of it and add fun into it. Spend some time daily (10 minutes will do as well!) to just listen and enjoy your child (without correcting them or giving them suggestion to improve!).
  4. Let your love for them be the driving force. Shift your internal conversations from 'have to' to 'want to'. As you do enormous things for your child each day, think how you are supporting their ambitions. How you are helping them become independent and strong. How you are nurturing qualities like compassion and deep listening by extending yourself.
  5. Give promises and keep them. As your children grow they need much more than your words to trust and rely on you. Keeping your promises, letting them know if you need to change the plan, taking their opinion in appropriate matter will go a long way.
  6. Seek to understand and do not impose yourself on your child. Especially when they are in their teenage, as a parent you have lot of worries, you are afraid of them making mistakes and of course you want to protect them from vices. Listening to them while keeping your focus on genuinely understanding them is the only way to go, when they know you understand them and they can trust you, the street between both of you turns two way street! They will be open to your wisdom and suggestion when they are at the cross road.
  7. Last but not the least, 'be a role model'. Don't preach. If they see you disrespecting others, they will not respect you. If they see you hooked on your smart phone; that is their license to keep theirs in front of their eyes 24/7. If you are hooked in front of the TV till late night and haven't picked up a book in last 6 months. Advice about reading is going to fall on dumb ears. In short, be the change you want to see in your children.
  8. Have family nights at least once in a week, play cards, board games or go for a walk together. Talk and listen. Just be there and listen without judgement and criticism, without thinking about how to correct them. Just enjoy each other's company and see how they are changing their opinion about you. Positive parenting doesn't mean you will never have problems in your family. You will? if you are alive and growing family. Positive parenting style will open up the avenues to keep communication alive; it will open your children to your influence. Isn't it something that we all wish for!!

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I have 14 months old baby, she is in teething phase. She is not able to have anything which is somewhat in solid form like khichdi with not flowing consistency, dals, chapati etc. She doesn't like to have anything. I am giving everything which is in pureed form otherwise she vomits. Moreover she doesn't want to have anything. She is breastfed baby. Please help.

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Homeopath, Secunderabad
I have 14 months old baby, she is in teething phase. She is not able to have anything which is somewhat in solid form...
Every individual baby is a unique personality (so have patience and bring in the changes slowly ). You can give everything that is natural in an easily digestible form. If the baby is gaining weight and is active, then do not worry. Do go for the regular health check up with the doctor. You can add Homeopathy if necessary. You can contact me for further details.
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My 8 years baby suffering with stomach ache. We gave hot water. Some home remedy zira honey. Finally she vomited after an hour but still she didn't get relief. Please suggest us what medicine we can give.

M.D.Pediatrics, MBBS
Pediatrician, Mumbai
Dear Lynbrate user Its late to answer but is your child fine. Most common reason of stomachache in children of this age is worm infestation . Or is your child having loose motions. Hope your child is ok
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Bed Wetting in Children - Know How Ayurveda Can Help!

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), C.C.Y.P.
Ayurveda, Faizabad
Bed Wetting in Children - Know How Ayurveda Can Help!

Is bedwetting a regular feature in your child? Has this been continuing for a long time and is making you concerned? Nocturnal enuresis is the condition in which a child passes urine when he sleeps at night, unknowingly. It is referred to as bedwetting or nightwetting in Ayurveda. Shayyamutra is the Ayurvedic name of this condition in which shayya refers to sleeping, and mutra means urine.

Ayurvedic guidelines and remedies

  1. You must ensure that your child is getting sufficient sleep. A proper sleep schedule will make it easier for him to wake up when his bladder is full and he needs to urinate.
  2. The bowel must be kept clear to prevent thread worms from troubling at night. They account for being an important cause for bedwetting.
  3. Your child should abstain from food items such as green gram, potato, tea, chocolates, coffee, and spicy foods producing gas.
  4. You must make sure that your child does not drink any liquid right before going to sleep. On the contrary, his bladder should be emptied before going to bed.
  5. Bladder stretching exercises should be undertaken, which are effective for the management of bedwetting in children.
  6. In children who experience bedwetting in spite of being grown up, the reason is usually stress. Stress may occur from various causes and it is important to bring your child’s stress under control. For this, he should undertake yoga, mindful meditation, and other relaxation techniques.

There are various Ayurvedic home remedies, which are ideal for managing bedwetting in children. Some of them are as follows:

  1. Fry one spoon of coriander seeds until it turns brown. Mix one teaspoon each of sesame seeds, babul gum, and pomegranate flowers and make a fine powder out of the ingredients. Add crystal sugar to the mixture and give this to your child before bedtime regularly.
  2. Give half a cup of milk and Sarshapa in a powdered state to your child before he/she goes to sleep at night.
  3. Ayurvedic remedies used for curing bedwetting in children aim at strengthening your nervous system and your urinary tract. Vishatinduka vati, Chandraprabha vati, and Shilajitwaadi vati are common Ayurvedic medicines used for treating bedwetting.
  4. Deworming should be carried out for the infestation of intestinal worms, which may provide relief to your child.
  5. Several medicinal herbs are also used for the Ayurvedic treatment of bedwetting. They include bimbi, kataka, amalaki, hareetaki, haridra, khadira, and a lot more.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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My baby is 1 month old I'm not getting enough breast milk is it safe to feed her with formula milk.

DNB - Obstetrics & Gynecology, DGO, MNAMS - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Hello for inadequate breast milk there are various options there are tablets there a powder preparations there are even some home remedies which help increase the flow and make life very easy for the mother that there are also methods in which the mother can time was sleep with the baby and can also make sure that she gets enough breast milk which is adequate for the baby if you require any help please be free to consult me online best wishes to you.
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I have mensuration problem last 5 month. And I have a baby. Age14 month. Any suggestions.

DNB (Pediatrics)
Pediatrician, Amravati
I have mensuration problem last 5 month. And I have a baby. Age14 month. Any suggestions.
If you are feeding your baby then this type of menstruation problem is seen in mothers. Menses comes after 2 to 3months but you may also conceive during this period so use contraception.
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My 3 years baby not eating any type of food from last one week. She was irritating and vomiting .I am using longifene -DS syrup from yesterday but she was not today also. Whwt I do.

M.D.( Pediatrics), DCH
Pediatrician,
My 3 years baby not eating any type of food from last one week. She was irritating and vomiting .I am using longifene...
If you are forcing three years old to eat against her wish longifen or any other drug is not going to be useful. Look if she is really ill, if so clinical examination by a pediatrician will find out the reason for vomiting and will be easy to treat. If child is playful, happy as usual, then you need to check your expectations. Children will have increased appetite during growth spurt. At other times most of the children fail to meet parent's expectations. At such times it is better to know children have their own mind and it is better to respect their wish.
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My blood group is B+ and my to be wife's blood group is B-.so, can we face any problem for birth of child. Any precaution needed?

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, FNB Reproductive Medicine
IVF Specialist, Bangalore
My blood group is B+ and my to be wife's blood group is B-.so, can we face any problem for birth of child. Any precau...
Hi lybrate-user, It may be a problem if your wife is carrying an rh positive baby and is already sensitised to rh positive blood. Your doctor will advice blood tests to find out about the same and will give injection to prevent any complications from happening. Also regular monitoring may be required.
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Is it safe to give my 19 months old daughter, syrup cepodem 100 for cough. What dose I should give her.

Fellowship In Rhinology, MS (ENT), DNB (ENT)
ENT Specialist, Delhi
Is it safe to give my 19 months old daughter, syrup cepodem 100 for cough. What dose I should give her.
Antibiotics should not be used in every case, the abuse of antibiotics has resulted in their resistance. Most of the cases are due to viral in origin and thus don't require the antibiotics. And as far as the dose is concerned, it's based on the weight of the child which is missing in the query.
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