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Dr. Rishikesh Damble

Pediatrician, Pune

300 at clinic
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Dr. Rishikesh Damble is an experienced Pediatrician in Narayan peth, Pune. You can visit him at Sutika Nursing Home in Narayan peth, Pune. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Rishikesh Damble on Lybrate.com.

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For 2 years 6th child is it bad for her to drink 1 1/2 lit milk per day. Does it develop kidney stones even gallbladder.

MBBS MD DCH FRCP (LONDON), Dch
Pediatrician, Muzaffarpur
For 2 years 6th child is it bad for her to drink 1 1/2 lit milk per day. Does it develop kidney stones even gallbladder.
No intake of milk has nothing to with development of any kind of stone in body cheer up best wishes.
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My 4 years baby getting evening and early morning mild fever 99 to 100 f for last 3 days.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
If he is otherwise healthy the early morning temperature is of no significance. But check cbc, and urine routine test in a good lab and send me the results in private consultation. As it is better than open question.
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Doctor, I have a daughter. I have small breast so less milk. How does fill my breast?

M.B.S.(HOMEO), MD - Homeopathy
Homeopath, Visakhapatnam
Fatty tissue is what gives the breast its rounded shape and protects the internal structures from injury. The amount of fatty tissue and the size of the breast are not related to the ability to produce milk, so small breasted women are just as capable of adequate milk production as the more amply endowed. Some of the most copious milk producers that I have encountered – including mothers of twins – have had very small breasts. When you’re lactating, your breasts produce milk constantly, and it accumulates in the milk ducts between feedings. When your baby nurses, he will empty out most of the milk in the breast – usually about 75 – 80%. Breastfeeding moms can produce an equal amount of milk over a 24 hour period regardless of the size of their breasts, but women with large breasts may have more ‘storage capacity’ than those with smaller breasts. That means that that a large breast may store more milk in reserve between feedings – sometimes several times as much as a small breast. For example: If a large breast contains 6 oz, and the baby takes 4 oz from each side at a feeding (8 oz total), that leaves about 2 oz in each breast (4 oz total) in reserve for the next feeding – in addition to the milk produced while the baby nurses. Smaller breasts may contain 4 oz in on each side. If the baby takes 3 oz on each side (6 oz total) per feeding, that leaves about 1 oz in reserve in each breast (2 oz total) for the next feeding, in addition to milk produced while the baby nurses. Because of this individual ‘storage capacity’, women with smaller breasts may need to nurse more often, because their babies may take in less per milk per feeding. Women with larger breasts may deliver more milk during each feeding, so the baby doesn’t need to nurse as often in a 24 hour period – or the baby may only take one breast per feeding.
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I have a 2.5 year old nephew he is able to speak few basic words like mama ,mummy, Nana,Didi etc but he is not able to speak whole sentence or some difficult words as well can you help me with the problem and solutions.

Master of Occupational Therapy (MOT), PG Diploma in Hospital Management, Bachelor in Occupational Therapy, CAS - Certified Autism Specialist, Sensory Enrichment Therapy, Early Childhood Special education, Drama Therapy
Occupational Therapist, Bangalore
I have a 2.5 year old nephew he is able to speak few basic words like mama ,mummy, Nana,Didi etc  but he is not able ...
By 2.5, child is expected to talk in sentences but some exceptions are possible. You need to get the developmental assessment done in detail if he has issue with concentration OR is he always on the run OR do you feel he doesn't respond to name call OR if he doesn't maintain eye contact while interacting with you all. If you can share a small video of his I might be able to guide.
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My baby girl is 6 and half months old. She always put her fingers on her mouth but her teeth doesn't yet come out. When her teeth comes out and what should I do for her teething? should give homeopathic medicine calcarea phos 6x or any other medicine?

Bsc Food & Nutrition, Msc Food & Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
My baby girl is 6 and half months old. She always put her fingers on her mouth but her teeth doesn't yet come out. Wh...
Hi lybrate-userMost babies get their first tooth at around 6 months, but your child's chompers may appear as early as 3 months or as late as 14, depending on such factors as when Mom and Dad started sprouting teeth and whether or not your baby was a pre term (pre term child tend to teethe on the late side). Wait for few more months and then visit the dentist. Please don't give any medicines on your own. Thanks.
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My son's nose who is 2.5 months old, remains partially blocked whenever he wakes up after sleep. I have been giving him nasoclear till now. This problem is there right from his 1 week age.

MD Pediatrics
Pediatrician, Vadodara
My son's nose who is 2.5 months old, remains partially blocked whenever he wakes up after sleep. I have been giving h...
This is common phenomenon seen in newborn and usually persist till 5 to 6 month of age. The nasoclear you are using is saline water to dissolve the mucus and clear the secretions and at the end clear the pathway. This many time is seen during temperature changes of surrounding of the child ie morning, in AC room etc. Avoid making swift temperature changes in the baby's surrounding.
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BDS
Dentist, Coimbatore
You can exercise for healthier gums as well. Gently bite down so as to make sure that your teeth make a clinking sound when they meet. Repeat this 30 to 40 times continously. This exercise will stimulate the flow of blood and will keep your gums healthy.

Itchy Skin rashes for 9 months girl baby near urine pass for past 4 days and no other symptoms except sleeping disorder in night time.

BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
Itchy Skin rashes for 9 months girl baby near urine pass for past 4 days and no other symptoms except sleeping disord...
Give her a single dose of sulphur .and then give sac lac 30 three times a day for 1 week .then consult online for treatment.
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