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Dr. Jay Deep Ganatra

MCh

Pediatrician, Rajkot

17 Years Experience
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Dr. Jay Deep Ganatra is an experienced Pediatrician in Gandhigram, Rajkot. He has helped numerous patients in his 17 years of experience as a Pediatrician. He has done MCh . You can consult Dr. Jay Deep Ganatra at Anish Hospital in Gandhigram, Rajkot. Save your time and book an appointment online with Dr. Jay Deep Ganatra on Lybrate.com.

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MCh - Ahemdabad Medical College - 2001
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Rajni Paediatric Clinic, Nr Kathiyawad Gymkhana, Opp Vivekanand Statue, Opp Rajkumar College, Dr Radha Krishna RoadRajkot Get Directions
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she is 2 years old. Her weight is 7 kg. Her birth weight was 3 kg. She is not eating anything. I am really concerned about her health. What should I do as she is very thin. I don't want her to be fat baby just want her to be healthy one.

MBBS, Diploma in Child Health (DCH), Fellowship in Neonatology
Pediatrician, Faridabad
she is 2 years old. Her weight is 7 kg.
Her birth weight was 3 kg. She is not eating anything. I am really concerned ...
Dear lybrate-user, Firstly let me warn you that your daughter is suffering from malnutrition and her weight is quite less according to her age. It’s alarming. Consult a Pediatrician immediately for thorough check up. Diet plan and medicines will then be started. But stay calm, as your daughter will be alright after appropriate treatment/ Stay Healthy, Stay Happy.
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Hi Sir Just need your guidance about health drinks for my 3 years old daughter. Is it good for her eg. Horlicks, bournvita etc. Please suggest, should I go for these items or avoid usage?

BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Hi Sir
Just need your guidance about health drinks for my 3 years old daughter. Is it good for her eg. Horlicks, bour...
You can use them for sure, they will help out as there will be multi-vitamins, minerals in them. There will be standards and will be approved by the food authority before promoting the product on media. So, you can use, not a problem. Don't use any other supplements to boost health.
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Early Childhood Caries Or Nursing Bottle Caries In Children

BDS, MDS
Dentist, Delhi
  • Avoid nursing children to sleep or putting anything other than water in their bed-time bottle.
  • Learn the proper way to brush and floss your child's teeth.
  • Take your child to a pediatric dentist regularly to have his/her teeth and gums checked. 
  • Starting at birth, clean your child’s gums with a soft infant toothbrush or cloth and water.
  • The first dental visit should be scheduled by your childs first birthday.

Are there any long-term effects associated with taking ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) medications? If so, what are they and what medications are implicated? What exactly is a spine block injection? Will it work long-term for low back pain due to disc problems? What causes Hashimoto's thyroiditis, and what is the best method of treatment? Can iodine help this condition?

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
Are there any long-term effects associated with taking ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) medications? I...
There is no long time effects associated with taking ADHD medication and spine block may work for six or more months and hashimotos thyroiditis is an auto immune disease and we have to treat it symptomatically
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My daughter is becoming arrogant, feeling insecure about me, and very much talkative & naughty. How to control her. Please advise.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
As she is 6 years of age I will suggest you to play with her as per her wishes and to make sure her vital parameters are normal.
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My nephew who is one and half year old is suffering from fever cough and he has acne or pimple all over body. What it can be?

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Homeopath, Hyderabad
My nephew who is one and half year old is suffering from fever cough and he has acne or pimple all over body.
What it...
Hi, lybrate-user all over the body? It may be measles or chicken pox or German measles. Measles and chicken pox are one of the most common diseases children get. Although measles and chicken pox have certain similarities, they are caused by two different viruses — “paramyxo virus” and “varicella zoster virus” respectively. However, a person vaccinated against measles is highly unlikely to get the disease. How measles look like? Most cases begin with fever, cough, runny nose, red eyes, and a sore throat. Two or three days after symptoms begin, tiny white spots (doctors call them Koplik's spots) may appear inside the mouth. The infamous blotchy rash typically appears three to five days after the start of symptoms. So once consult a doctor she can examine and diagnose what exactly happened.
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Overeating In Children - Should You Be Worried?

M. Phil Clinical Psychology, Ph.D - Psychology, MA - Applied Psychology, Post Graduate Diploma In Coaching
Psychologist, Delhi
Overeating In Children - Should You Be Worried?

Are you concerned about your child’s overeating? Overeating may seem like a harmless act in the beginning, but it is in this that the root of childhood obesity lies. The germ that overeating, seeds in your child’s life, will affect him/her throughout their life. It is certainly a point of concern for anyone and to keep your child healthy and active, you must take precautionary measures from beforehand.

There are some, tips that you may find helpful to rein in the overeating behavior of your child. These tips are very simple and psychology based, they motivate your child to not overstuff their stomach.

  1. Make your child enjoy and love the food they are eating. Show them how much you are “enjoying” the food rather than just “eating” it. It should be like a celebration.
  2. Teach your children how to understand the difference between being full and overeating. Tell them to listen to their stomach and feel their stomach being full of the food; and consequently stop there, rather than going on eating. Your stomach sends a signal when it is on the threshold of being full and overfull. Your child needs to understand that signal and stop eating.
  3. Try to avoid power struggles both in the case of forcing them to eat or forcing them not to eat. If your child does not want to eat the food, don’t force-feed them. That creates a lasting impression and your child develops an aversion to food items. Rather, leave the food on the table and let your child know that they have access to the food and they can eat whenever they feel like it. Ultimately a hungry stomach will give in and he/she will return to the table. If your child wants to eat more someday, then he/she wants it because they are hungry that particular day, not because they are overeating. Plan some kind of activity after dinner or lunch, such as washing the plates, cleaning the kitchen, so that the food gets digested easily and quickly.
  4. Some foods act as a trigger for overeating. Savory items such as chips, cheese balls, pizzas, etc. and sweet items such as chocolates, ice creams, cookies, candies, etc. fall in this category. These are palatable and are attractive to the kids. It is hard to stop consuming them and in certain cases becomes addictive. You need to teach your child the harm that these foods are causing to their health. Teach them with the help of pictures and videos the effects of diabetes, obesity and other such diseases on the human body.

Your child needs to love the food that they are eating and it is there that they will form a healthy relationship with food. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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What to feed a new born baby of 10 days in initial 3 months to get proper nutrition and good health.

Diploma in Child Health (DCH), F.I.A.M.S. (Pediatrics)
Pediatrician, Muzaffarnagar
What to feed a new born baby of 10 days in initial 3 months to get proper nutrition and good health.
Exclusive breast feeding up to 6 months of age on demand to satisfaction of baby, no fix time of feeding, are good for nutrition and health.
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Hi my son is 22 months old. He does not eat curd or drink butter milk. Elders saying if he do not take curd den he ll get body heat. So is their any alternate to reduce his internal body heat.

BSc - Food Science & Nutrition, PGD in Sports Nutrition and Dietitics , Diabetes Educator
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Hi my son is 22 months old. He does not eat curd or drink butter milk. Elders saying if he do not take curd den he ll...
Hello, Thats ok if he doesnt have curds,give him alternate proteins like cottage cheese,bean curd,smoothies,milkshakes,custards,kheer etc.
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My daughter 16 months old has been having diarrhea for 1 week. No fever. No vomiting. Active baby.

MBBS
General Physician,
My daughter 16 months old has been having diarrhea for 1 week. No fever. No vomiting. Active baby.
How many times she passes stools and what is the type of stools are the questions. Still let me tell you 10 to 15 times also sometimes we consider as normal. Most important thing is what is the general condition and how is the babie's mood. Are there any other symptoms e. G. Rash around anusara or continuous cry etc.
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