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Dr. Neeta Rajesh Nathani

Pediatrician, Mumbai

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I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family....more
I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family.
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Dr. Neeta Rajesh Nathani is a renowned Pediatrician in Mumbai, Mumbai. You can visit her at Dr.Nathani Clinic in Mumbai, Mumbai. Book an appointment online with Dr. Neeta Rajesh Nathani and consult privately on Lybrate.com.

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I have little son equal to 3 years old but sometime he is suffering from cough so he cant sleep easily because he cant take breath easily please give me best suggestion.

MD PULMONARY, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
I have little son equal to 3 years old but sometime he is  suffering from cough so he cant sleep easily because he ca...
Can be asthma/ allergic rhinitis. Consult a chld spe, as physical examination is must. Avoid cold, pets, furs, egg, dust.
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My 2.6 years old son swallowed unexpectedly regestrone 5 mg tablet. Please help. I don't know what to do? Will there be any side effect? Thanks.

MBBS, FELLOWSHIP IN PAEDIATRICS
Pediatrician, Ghaziabad
My 2.6 years old son swallowed unexpectedly regestrone 5 mg tablet. Please help. I don't know what to do? Will there ...
While any medicine can be poisonous to a child if taken under the wrong circumstances, the following types are particularly dangerous: Heart medications: If a child ingests these, it can cause his (or her) heart rate and blood pressure to drop to dangerously low levels. This can result in the child going into shock and lead to cardiac arrest. Pain relievers: Over the counter and prescription pain medications are one of the leading causes of fatal child poisonings, and stats from 2010 show they caused 31% of deaths from poisoning in children younger than 5 years. Antidepressants: Those medications that make the patient feel better do just the opposite to a young child who ingests them. As the second-highest cause of poisoning in children under 6, it seems patients aren’t doing enough to keep their medications out of reach. Antidepressants, allergy pills and sedatives combined accounted for 17% of fatal child poisonings. Diabetes preparations: As diabetes becomes more prevalent the drugs are being prescribed more often. These medications can also be harmful to young children. Over-the-counter medicines: Many seemingly innocuous medications are responsible for a surprisingly high rate of child poisonings. Products such as muscle rubs containing camphor or wintergreen, eye drops and nasal sprays have the ability to cause seizures, coma and other reactions in toddlers and young children. Saying that your child just took one tablet of registerone and assuming he is okay, meaning he did not vommit, no truoble passing stool or urine and is active, there is nothing to worry. But to prevent such incidents form happening in future keep all medications out of reach of children and make sure to give your child lots of water to flush out his system.
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My new born baby of 2.5 months vomits milk last night 2 times is something to worry?

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
My new born baby of 2.5 months vomits milk last night 2 times is something to worry?
Hello, don't worry , this is normal but if he vomits more times then need to consult a paediatrician.
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Hello sir /madam. My baby is just 7 days old and I think she is having short breath. She does not take complete breath. What may be the cause and how can it be cured. Please answer me in detail. Am very much disturbed by that. I cannot have a proper sleep because of my baby. Please help me out of it. Am very much pleased. Thanking you.

MBBS, MD - Paediatrics
Pediatrician, Mumbai
Hello sir /madam. My baby is just 7 days old and I think she is having short breath. She does not take complete breat...
At this age babies have irregular breathing, which can make you feel so, but that is normal. In case baby is turning blue (cyanosis), rapid breathing constantly, not accepting feeds, you need to she Pediatrician locally.
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My 2.5 year child is having loose stools since yesterday. We observed small worms in his Shit yesterday, so we gave him 5 ml Zentel last night. Is the loose motions caused because of Zentel or do we need to give him some medication? His loose motions are slimy. please suggest some medication with dosage. Thanks.

M.D ( Medicine ) Homeopathy
Homeopath, Bikaner
My 2.5 year child is having loose stools since yesterday. We observed small worms in his Shit yesterday, so we gave h...
Ok first you give antiworm remedy to your child.in homoeopathy you give cina 30 4pills bd for 1 day. Then give aloe soc 30 4 pills bd for 2 days .then give your feedback. We will help u.
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Pl prescribe home-medicine with respective doses for a 2 years 9 months baby for A) Cough n Cold, B) High Fever (101dgr, C) Pain due to Fall, D) Sudden Vomiting. She is my grand-daughter.

MBBS, Diploma in Child Health (DCH)
Pediatrician, Aurangabad
Pl prescribe home-medicine with respective doses for a 2 years 9 months baby for A) Cough n Cold, B) High Fever (101d...
As she is having fall and vomiting she may have some internal brain injury. Take her to some paediatrician and admit her for observation as sometimes it can be brain trauma.
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Dear Doctor, Four days back we have started giving my 25 days old baby girl bath with Sunni pindi. After that she developed red color blisters on face and in hair. So we stopped it. How to prevent and cure those blisters? I'm really worried. Also her nose is blocked since last night. It's May be becoz of cold. Please suggest some medicine for blocked nose and cold.

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Homeopath, Hooghly
Dear Doctor, Four days back we have started giving my 25 days old baby girl bath with Sunni pindi. After that she dev...
Well take kaalajeera powder or kaalajeera oil, take some kaalajeera in a cloth and rub it then take it in front of nose, it will open the blockage, apply mustard oil at the base of nose, with this she needs proper homoeopathic treatment, by proper homoeopathic treatment it will be cure without any complications, soo you can contact me through Lybrate in private consultation soo that I can start treatment or prescribe medicine.
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My baby boy 1.5 months. (4.8 kg) splitting milk through nose almost daily & through mouth also. Doctor says its normal. But he gets breathless for the moment & we scare a lot. Also he gets gases much & do not feel comfortable during sleeps until he splits the milk. Please suggest, if it can be cured / reduced with medicine. Any test are required?

MBBS, MD - Paediatrics
Pediatrician,
My baby boy 1.5 months. (4.8 kg) splitting milk through nose almost daily & through mouth also. Doctor says its norma...
Its quite common for infants to do that. You also need to burp the baby after feeding. For about 10-15 mins till he burps. N later put him to sleep. Try to give small n frequent feeds. As the babys weight is appropriate, not to worry much.
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Raising your Children with High Self Esteem

Post Graduate Diploma in Pyschology
Psychologist, Noida
Raising your Children with High Self Esteem

Building your child’s confidence and self image is an important part of raising a child. Self image can be defined as a child’s view of himself and his strengths. If a child is comfortable with his self image, he will have confidence in himself. A foundation of self confidence is key to a child’s success in his adult life. In their childhood years, a parent is the main source of building a child’s self worth or self confidence. Here are a few ways you can develop your child’s self confidence.

1. Avoid negative self talk: Children learn by watching their parents. Hearing parents berate themselves will make children do the same. Talking badly about yourself can reinforce a low self esteem. Hence avoid talking negatively about yourself and stop your child from doing it as well. If your child talks negatively about himself, give him evidence to prove the opposite or give them meaningful compliments. Also avoid calling your child names to shame him as these are likely to stay ingrained in his mind.

2. Celebrate uniqueness: Don’t make your child feel like he has to live up to the standards set by siblings or peers. Further, do not pressurize them to fulfill your dreams. Recognize your child’s strengths and celebrate his unique abilities. Help them develop their talents and set their own standards for themselves.

3. Let your child make decisions: Empower your child by allowing them to make decisions about simple things like what game to play or what to eat for dinner. Make them feel that their views are valued and thus teach them to be an active member of the family.

4. Let them work things out for themselves: Spoon feeding your child makes things easier at the time, but in the long run can have a negative effect on their self confidence. Be patient and let your child try and do things for himself. As he meets and overcomes new challenges, his confidence will grow. Give your child age appropriate chores to do around the house. This helps build responsibility and a feeling of competency.

5. Be genuine about your praise: Children are highly intuitive and can tell the difference between sincere praise and something being said merely for the sake of it. For example, if your child has made a drawing, instead of simply telling your child that he is an artist in the making be more specific and praise his choice or colours or ability of colouring within the lines.

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