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My daughter is 5. 5 months old her weight is just 5.5 please help me I am really worried birth weight 3.3.

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Not worried about child ok so take homoeopathic treatment ok.
Hello lybrate-user don't worry her weight is good n when her weaning period will start you can give her porridge, sooji, rice water etc n I am sure her weight will be good.
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Give more mother feed as it helps in increase of birth weight along with immunity. Wen introduced solid foods choose dhals, starchy foods, ghee, potato for gaining weight. U can also give banana, apple for improving digestion in cute little angel. If you are happy with my answer, for further diet counselling for you and your family kindly book an online consultation with me. Happy Parenting.
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Feed the baby in 1 every one hours and concern with doctor also If you feed breast milk so you should take healthy and proper diet, include protein in your diet and milk, nuts,green leafy vegetables, fresh fruits etc. Also checked that your milk secretion is good or complete for the baby or not. If not completed so include other milk sources for baby. After 6 months include solid items with milk to baby. Include dal water, suji kheer, vegetable purees, mashed potato with honey, mashed fruits, mix flour hawa, daliya etc.
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Hello, Start weaning incase you haven't. Give her nachni malt, sweetlime juice, banana mashed, porridge, apple juice etc. Start will less quantity and gradually increase. Do not give her excess of milk as that will not help her more. Consult paediatrician regarding deworming agent.
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