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Dr. Manju Kumari  - Pediatrician, mumbai

Dr. Manju Kumari

89 (41 ratings)
MD Pediatric

Pediatrician, mumbai

4 Years Experience ₹50 online
Dr. Manju Kumari 89% (41 ratings) MD Pediatric Pediatrician, mumbai
4 Years Experience ₹50 online
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To provide my patients with the highest quality healthcare, I'm dedicated to the newest advancements and keep up-to-date with the latest health care technologies....more
To provide my patients with the highest quality healthcare, I'm dedicated to the newest advancements and keep up-to-date with the latest health care technologies.
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Dr. Manju Kumari is a trusted Pediatrician in Parel, Mumbai. She has been a successful Pediatrician for the last 7 years. She has done MD. You can consult Dr. Manju Kumari at Wadia children hospital, Mumbai in Parel, Mumbai. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Manju Kumari on Lybrate.com.

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MD Pediatric - T. N. Medical college & Nair hospital, Mumbai - 2013
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Doctor at Lady Harding medical college
Doctor at BYL Nair hospital
Doctor at AIIMS New Delhi
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Doctor at Wadia children hospital
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Hi Sir, My son is 6.5 years old, he often gets stomach ache with burps. He can't eat most of the vegetables and most of the food items. He eats only very few vegetables like spinach, amarnath leaves, bottle gourd, ridge gourd, carrot. If he eats peas, cucumber he gets sneezing. He can't eat guava and amla he gets green discharge from nose with cold symptoms. He can't take any dairy products, milk causes bloating curd and other milk products causes cough and throat phlegm. He is underweight. He takes junior lanzol 15 mg twice and Sucrafil 500 mg thrice when he falls sick. Please advise how to overcome these issues and help my son lead normal healthy life.

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Hi Sir, My son is 6.5 years old, he often gets stomach ache with burps. He can't eat most of the vegetables and most ...
Hi It seems as a parent you are suffering from lot of food fads. Cough and cold in young children are not related to food. I know that it is hard to turn around the deep seated belief that some cold food is causing him coughing and sneezing. Guava, Amla and other citrus fruits are great source of vitamin c that will protect him from seasonal cough cold. If milk cause bloating it is extremely necessary to give him other milk products viz curd, paneer, cheese etc to get adequate calcium. Get over these food fads, Give him everything to eat. He will grow out of cough, cold if he is well nourished. Even 6-7 episodes of cough cold in a year doesn't harm children in long run. But poor nutrition will definitely. If he gets sneezing, cough very frequently enough to make him feeling sick andrestrict his play, school etc then only you need to be worried. Get him to a pediatrician for evaluation to know if he has any allergies causing cough and sneezing and accordingly will be treated. Common cold is very common that's why it's named common cold. Best wishes.
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In 6th week of my baby, doctor gave her "Rota vac, easy five, pnemococal vaccines; IPV doesn't given. Can we take that vaccine in next month?

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Pediatrician, Mumbai
In 6th week of my baby, doctor gave her "Rota vac, easy five, pnemococal vaccines; IPV doesn't given. Can we take tha...
Hi Yeah you can take IPV next time. There is short supply of IPV in market. Pediatric association guides to give oral polio vaccine if injectable is not available. Best wishes.
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Act wanted to ask about down syndrome. I am pregnant 5 months down according to quadruple test it tell my fetus is affected by down syndrome that's at low risk what should I do. Please guide me.

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Pediatrician, Mumbai
Hi As the test result says, there is lower chances of your baby getting affected by Down's syndrome. But these tests doesn't have 100 percent detection rate so best result that they can give is low risk. So relax and follow up with your gynaecologist regularly. Best wishes.
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What are healthy foods that helps infants growth when they just started eating in 6 months around 8-9 months if baby growth is not as per WHO standards and how frequently is growth to be monitored ?

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What are healthy foods that helps infants growth when they just started eating in 6 months around 8-9 months if baby ...
Hi 1.At 6-8 months babies should have semisolid food with consistency thick enough to not fall from spoon if it is tilted. They should get 2-3 spoon 6 times a day with frequent breastfeeding. 2. Type of food: cereal and pulse mix in 2: 1 ratio made as khichri, porridge Sprouted cereals and pulse roasted and ground as powder and mixed with milk Add sugar/ jaggery, oil/ ghee to make it more energy rich. Follow up monthly/ once in 2 weeks if baby is faltering in growth. Best wishes.
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My baby is 2 years old. I want to ask you that after 2 year which vaccine will b given to him and wts its cost?

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My baby is 2 years old. I want to ask you that after 2 year which vaccine will b given to him and wts its cost?
Hi If up to 2 years immunisation is complete he/ she will be given DPT booster, OPV, Varicella (chicken pox), MMR at 4-5 yrs. At 10 years Tdap/ Td/ TT and HPV (against cervical cancer for female) will be given Best wishes.
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Does lack of oxygen at the time of early childhood result in fit in the long run? Is it curable in adulthood? My doctor says it is different from epilepsy. The patient is around 42. Please guide.

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Yes lack of oxygen supply to brain lead to brain cell damage which may manifest as seizure or epilepsy in long run. Brain cells damaged in childhood can not be repaired but manifestations can be controlled with drugs. Appropriate antiepileptic drugs should be given to patient to keep him seizure free. Antiepileptic drugs doesn't have a blanket rule for dosage. Each patient individually needs titration of drug dosage and doctor see what dose suits him. It requires patience. Target is to control seizures completely because each seizure episode itself decrease oxygen supply to brain and further damages brain.
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My 6 year girl sick several times. She affected cola and cough. Please give any medicine for her weight only 1 kg.

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My 6 year girl sick several times. She affected cola and cough. Please give any medicine for her weight only 1 kg.
Edit your question. Probably her weight is 10 kg. Still it is low for 6 years old child. Get herself evaluated by a pediatrician. She needs proper growth assessment and the reason behind poor growth. Whether it is repeated infection causing poor growth or vice versa should be properly evaluated and advised accordingly.
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My daughter is unable to express herself with words instead she communicates with gestures. Her date of birth is 06-08-2015 and she weighs about 10 kilos. Is it normal for a two year old to utter only a few words or is it something to worry? Please help.

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My daughter is unable to express herself with words instead she communicates with gestures. Her date of birth is 06-0...
According to you she has developed non verbal language. So she probably understands things. Get her hearing assessment done and if required speech therapy can be started. By 2 years age child should develop 2 word sentences. You should see if her early language milestones were also delayed. When she started saying mama, papa. Some more questions need to be asked for other causes of language delay like autism. Get her assessed thoroughly.
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My 11 months old daughter licks dirt from floor, paint from walls, or eats soap while bathing. She does this occasionally, not regularly. Please help.

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My 11 months old daughter licks dirt from floor, paint from walls, or eats soap while bathing.
She does this occasion...
These are symptoms of mineral deficiency. Get her evaluated by pediatrician to look for other signs of iron and calcium deficiency. Lab test for iron and calcium level in blood may be required. Deworming is also needed. You give her nutritious diet rich in calcium and iron. Give her plenty of milk products and green vegetables. If she is mainly on milk based diet, introduce family food in her diet. If you are already using iron and calcium supplements keep a gap of 2 hours between them as calcium interferes with iron absorption.
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What is the home remedy for running nose of a child. Please share a remedy which I can do at home.

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What is the home remedy for running nose of a child. Please share a remedy which I can do at home.
To comfort a child with running nose give him humidified air with warm water. You can keep room humidified with water vapours. If the child is more than 1 year use honey. For child younger than 1 year honey poses risk of botulism.
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