Dear Lybrate user, The first teeth typically emerge through when a baby is nearly 6 months old, but it's also perfectly normal if the teeth erupt a bit later. If your child's teething hasn't occurred but her bone growth, skin, and hair are normal, there's no need for any supplements. It is only once your baby reaches 18 months of age without any appearance of milk teeth, that you need to visit a Paediatric dentist. Feel free to ask if you have further queries.
ur right bcoz since now baby need much cal and all abov
plz just read ayurvedia garbha sanskar by balaji tambe
u also take cal phos 3c 3 tims day which giv u support
also take mother tinc alentaris fer.
If the baby is of 6 months we should start with food supplements like Cerelac or farex stage 1 with your normal homemade food also secondly used should start with some multivitamin drops then iron preparations and Vitamin D drops Till the age of 1 year as your baby grows about 6 months slowly go on increasing her homemade food from liquids to semi solid to solid and at the age of 1 year your way we should eat what you are eating at home.
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