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Dr. Gajeshwar

Pediatrician, Pune

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Causes and symptoms of Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Diploma in Paediatrics, MD (Physician)
Pediatrician, Gurgaon
Causes and symptoms of Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Baby bottle syndrome is a decay that affects the milk teeth in children who fall asleep with a bottle containing sugary drinks. Prolonged contact between the liquid and the surface of the teeth promotes the destruction of tooth enamel.

Causes and symptoms

The symptoms of baby bottle tooth decay are discoloration of the tooth (enamel), with the formation of yellow or black spots on the surface.

When a child falls asleep with a bottle containing sugary liquids such as milk, fruit juice, sugar water, or with a pacifier dipped in honey or syrup - bacteria present in the mouth, (streptococcus mutans to be precise) transform the sugar into lactic acid.

Normally, the saliva helps to neutralize this acidity, but its production declines during sleep. Thus, teeth are subjected to acid attacks that promote the formation of cavities. As milk teeth are weaker than permanent teeth, decay can be quick with enamel getting hit first, then dentin and finally the pulp in the centre of the tooth.

At this stage, the infection can spread rapidly to other teeth, causing significant pain when the dental abscess formation often requires removal of the damaged teeth.

Precautions

To avoid it, the first thing to do of course is to stop giving your child a sweetened drink at night or when putting the child for a nap. You should also brush your baby's milk teeth twice a day, especially at bedtime with a cotton swab and water and in a year - with a toothbrush and toothpaste.

In case, the teeth are already decayed or you have doubts about it (staining of the tooth that becomes pink or white can be the harbinger of decay), consult a paediatric dentist immediately. Decayed milk teeth may lead to deformation of the permanent teeth if not attended to immediately.

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Hi ,my son is 10 years old and DOB is 14-4-2008 ,Due to shifting and moving we have lost the vaccination card and I don't remember which one was the last given ,can you advise if vaccination can be given again from 7 years or 8 years on-wards, let me know. Thanks.

MD - Paediatrics
Pediatrician,
If all his vaccines have been given upto 5 years of age then he needs to be given: - Inj. Tdap (Tetanus toxoid, Diptheria and acellular pertussis (Whooping cough) Repeat Td vaccine (Tetanus and Diphtheria) at intervals of 5 years upto 15 years of age, then only Tetanus every 5 years. If DTP vaccines have not been given, then: - DTap, followed by Td after 4 weeks and Td after 6 months MMR Vaccine if not given earlier, one dose followed by a second after 4 weeks Hepatitis A Vaccine - Single dose if it is the live attenuated vaccine or two doses if it is the killed vaccine with a six month interval between doses Varicella Vaccine (Chicken pox) two doses with an interval of 3 months between doses Typhoid vaccine single dose of the Conjugated Typhoid vacine Influenza Vaccine (Flu vaccine) one dose every year.
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Hello sir, my ten months child was fallen from the bed and he is vomiting and he is suffering from hernia so please sir what to do sir Please help me sir, l very scared for this Thanks.

M.Ch - Paediatric Surgery, M.S.(Gen. Surg.)
Pediatrician, Gurgaon
Hello sir, my ten months child was fallen from the bed and he is vomiting and he is suffering from hernia so please s...
You should visit a pediatric surgeon urgently for assessment of neurological status and need for further investigation in view of fall and vomiting.
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I am breastfeeding mom bt I think my breast milk is not enough for my baby what to do?

MD Pediatrics
Pediatrician, Vadodara
When the baby is breastfeeding and after few days something around 15 days to be minimum if the baby is gaining good or adequate weight gain then be rest assured. Also if the baby passes 6-7 times urine per day sleeps after taking feeds then you don't have to worry. Kindly speak with your pediatrician to know more. In the initial months of life 15 to 20 grams per day weight gain is good enough after that your doctor will tell you what is the expected weight gain required for the baby.
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Hi my son is 10 months old. I have not given pneumococcal vaccine to him. When should I give him?

Doctor of Medicine - Pediatrics
Pediatrician, Agra
Hi my son is 10 months old. I have not given pneumococcal vaccine to him.
When should I give him?
If you have not given pneumococcal vaccine to your child of 10 mths, it can be given at this age also. It will be given as 2 primary does and 1 booster at 18 months. Consult you doctor for vaccination.
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Signs and Symptoms of Diabetes in Children

MAMC, MRCPCH, MD - Paediatrics, MBBS
Pediatrician, Noida
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Signs and symptoms of diabetes in children-
I’m Dr IPS Kochar, a diabetologist and pediatric endocrinologist. Today, I will be talking about diabetes in children.

Diabetes in children is becoming a big problem in children nowadays. More and more patients are coming up type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Parents are not ready to accept that my child is having diabetes. It’s increasing problems in lifestyle. Obesity is one factor in type 2 diabetes. In type 1 diabetes if the child is losing weight there is excessive urination, bed wetting, excessive thirst, infection or vaginal infection, One must start thinking that the child is having diabetes.

In type 1 diabetes, the treatment is only insulin. One should start insulin and there is not any requirement to visit many doctors. In case 1 diabetes you have to take insulin lifelong. The symptoms start becoming better once the child is put on insulin. The urination the excessive thirst all becomes better. Fourth it is not in the family that if the father and the mother does not have diabetes why the child got diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is not genetic, it is type 2 diabetes. There are lots of new devices that have come up lot of new insulin has come up. New insulin pump has come up for children to control diabetes and have a new lifestyle and better flexibility. Diet is a very important thing that plays a myth. Children with diabetes can have a normal diet, they can have sugary things and sweets, but within limits and when they are taking insulin.

Taking a good balanced diet is equally important in children, they are growing they are in puberty and they are more prone to hyperglycemia. They are more prone to have ketoacidosis so that is why one has to be more careful while diabetic. Many of the kids are becoming more over weight and becoming more diabetic. The weight is starting increasing and they are earlier signs that the child is getting into diabetes. Because of the weight epidemic the type 2 diabetes is increasing.

  • Controlling of the diet is very important in controlling diabetes.
  • The intake of food should be decreased, more careful about the lifestyle, physical exercise, regular diet control, fixing the amount of calorie intake, less sweetened fruits and foods and beverages.
  • If you have very sweet fruits also you will have the problem.
  • Avoiding all drinks and juices should be made a point especially the intake of milk products should also be decreased.

So in type 2 diabetes, lots of good physical exercise good diet control and may be in some children using some tablet called metformin helps in children to control diabetes.

In type 1 diabetes, insulin is required and must. In some children when they pass urine the ants start collecting it is type 1 diabetes. If the child is losing weight in spite of eating properly there are chances of type 2 diabetes. If the child is feeling tired there are chances of type 1 diabetes. If the child is passing excessive urine and wetting bed, eating food and still losing weight then there is a chance of type 1 diabetes. These symptoms one must keep in mind and always be careful if you find. If the family doesn’t have the child can have diabetes because it is normally an auto known process. If your child has type 1 diabetes you should visit a pediatric endocrinologist.

If you have any queries you can contact me on lybrate.
 

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MY daughter is 3.5 years old, I have given her 10 ML of Zentel deworming syrup twice in a gap of 15-20 days. I AM WORRIED, was I only suppose to give it to her once?

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
No harm will happen by giving Zentel twice in a month. I had to give for someone every week as he had recurrent worm infestation
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Hi .I m from srinagar kashmir. I hv a daughter aged 4. She has a problem with her nose. Inside her nose she has adenoids and she is so allergic. I consulted many doctors here but all was in vain. She always has a running nose and sometimes blocked nose. please suggest me remedies. Thanks.

Diploma in Child Health (DCH), F.I.A.M.S. (Pediatrics)
Pediatrician, Muzaffarnagar
Adenoids do not exist in nose. your problem is blocked n running nose. Saline nasal drop in each nostrils 3 to 4 times in a day may be helpful. Avoid dusting of powder n fibrous clothing or like, if using.
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My baby girl is 19 days old. From five days she could not poop. Is it normal or I should consult with a pediatrician. Suggest some medicine.

B.Sc Biochemistry, P.G Diploma in Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Navi Mumbai
My baby girl is 19 days old. From five days she could not poop. Is it normal or I should consult with a pediatrician....
It's normal for a baby not to poop for 7 days .But if she gets stomach pain or colic pains that's like she brings her legs again and again near her stomach, then you need to give gripe water or bonnisan but after consulting pediatrician. Make sure she is being breast fed. And mother is not having constipation.
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