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Dr. Satish Nayak

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Pediatrician, Thane

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Dr. Satish Nayak is a renowned Pediatrician in Kaushalya Medical Foundation Trust Hospital, Thane. He has completed MBBS . He is currently practising at Sushrusha Hospital - Mira Road in Kaushalya Medical Foundation Trust Hospital, Thane. Book an appointment online with Dr. Satish Nayak on Lybrate.com.

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Sushrusha Hospital - Mira Road

B-001/002 Sheetal Swar,Mira Bhayander Road Road East. Landmark: Near Archies Gallery & Behind Son Man Hotel, ThaneThane Get Directions
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Sushrusha Hospital - Mira Road

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When can we start solid foods to baby? And can we smash fruits n give and rafi malt?

MD Ayurveda
Pediatrician, Bathinda
When can we start solid foods to baby? And can we smash fruits n give and rafi malt?
Dear friend, you can start smash fruits or juice after 6 months age. Solid food should be given after one year age.
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Reasons Behind Constipation In Children!

MD - Paediatrics, MBBS
Pediatrician, Jaipur
Reasons Behind Constipation In Children!

Constipation is a very common problem among toddlers and children. It takes place when the child's stool is dry, hard and unusually large, and the frequency of bowel movement is low and inconsistent. Although it is not a serious cause for concern, constipation in children should be recognised and treated early so that it does not develop into a chronic long-term ailment.

Constipation in children is seldom directly caused by any disease or medical disorder, which is known as idiopathic constipation and may be cause by a number of factors:

1. Diet: This is the primary cause of constipation in children. If the child's diet has low water and fibre content and heavily features sugar and processed foods, stool becomes hard and bowel movement gets restricted.

2. Deliberate Withholding: Often children may consciously avoid visiting the toilet, which may make them feel constipated. This may be due to embarrassment, especially in public spaces or they might be too engaged in playing to not go to the toilet, altogether. Some children do it out of fear when a previous toilet experience has been particularly painful.

3. Lack of Physical Activity: The digestive system is boosted through regular exercise. Lack of physical activity, thus, inhibits regular bowel movement.

4. Illness and Medication: Infections and illnesses, especially ones pertaining to the stomach cause the child to become constipated. Many medicines and supplements also affect the digestive system and can lead to constipation.

What are the ways to manage constipation in children?

Constipation in children is treated differently than in adults as their diets and patterns of bowel movement are dissimilar.

The primary treatments for constipation in children are:

1. Stool Softeners and Laxatives

The administration of bowel movement enhancing medication is the simplest way of treating constipation in children. There are various kinds of stool softeners and laxatives that are safe for children and must always be used under the supervision of a paediatrician.

2. Dietary Adjustment

Making changes to the child's diet by including high fibre foods (such as fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grain breads, cereals, etc.) can help cure constipation. Compelling the child to intake ample fluids in the form of water or milk is also necessary. Sugary drinks must be avoided. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Pediatrician.

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Sir, My son is 9 years old. His weight is 34 kg. He is suffering from fever since last 5 days. I am giving cefpodoxime 100 twice a day Since Sunday night but till 99 to 100 degree temperature comes at night. So now what will we do. Please reply.

MD Pediatrics
Pediatrician, Vadodara
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My son is 9 years old. His weight is 34 kg. He is suffering from fever since last 5 days. I am giving cefpodoxim...
Meet a pediatrician at your location to find cause of fever and get irrelevant investigations done. 5 days fever needs a blood investigation for confirming the source of infection.
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Night Grinding of teeth leads to gradual loss of tooth mass

BDS
Dentist, Cuttack
Night Grinding of teeth leads to gradual loss of tooth mass.
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What Is Erythroblastosis Fetalis?

MBBS, DNB - Obstetrics & Gynecology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
What Is Erythroblastosis Fetalis?

Erythroblastosis fetalis is also known as haemolytic anaemia in the newborn. This occurs due to blood incompatibility in the mother and foetus. Due to this incompatibility, the antibodies present in the mother’s blood, will pass through the placental barrier and attack the blood cells of the foetus. This will lead to the destruction of the red blood cells of the foetus and it is likely to cause anaemia in the foetus. This condition varies from mild to very serious. In its moderate or severe stage, the erythroblasts or immature red blood cells are formed in the blood of the foetus and this disease is called erythroblastosis fetalis.

Why does it happen?
The two main causes of erythroblastosis fetalis are Rh incompatibility and ABO incompatibility.

  1. Rh Incompatibility: When the mother is Rh –ve and the father is Rh +ve, there is a good chance for the baby to be Rh +ve. The antigens present in the blood of the Rh +ve baby will behave like a foreign agent and the mother will produce antibodies against it. If it is the first pregnancy, then the child may not be at risk, however, if the second child ends up being of +ve blood group again, then the antibodies present in the mother’s blood will attack the baby and may result in a spontaneous abortion.
  2. ABO Incompatibility: This usually occurs when the mother’s blood group A, B, O does not match the baby’s. This causes fewer complications in comparison to Rh incompatibility, but it may be severe if the child has a very rare blood group.

How to avoid it?
It is a highly preventive condition. Firstly, you have not tested your blood group; it is advised to get it tested along with the blood group of the father. If you already know your blood group, then you must mention it to your doctor. If the father has negative blood group, then there will be no problem. However if the father is Rh positive, then it is advised to get routine tests done by the doctor.
The other preventive measure to take is a treatment called RhoGAM or the Rh immunoglobulin. It reduces the reaction of the mother to the baby’s blood cells. This shot is administered around the 28th week of the pregnancy. It is also administered 72 hours after the birth of the baby with the positive blood group.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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She has completed 6 month on 5th June. Do I need to start any medicine or supplements like calcium or any thing for teething? Kindly advise?

MBBS, Diploma in Child Health (DCH)
Pediatrician, Aurangabad
She has completed 6 month on 5th June. Do I need to start any medicine or supplements like calcium or any thing for t...
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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My baby who is 8 months now sweats a lot on forehead and head when she sleeps. This is happening since she is born. Can I please get some help on that.

MD - Paediatrics
Pediatrician, Delhi
My baby who is 8 months now sweats a lot on forehead and head when she sleeps. This is happening since she is born. C...
She need cardiac evaluation and blood test. Get done complete blood count. Visit your nearest physician.
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My son has cough problem and one year ago attack by clabslia always he suffer weakness and cough problems.

MD (Physician), MD (Pulmonology)
Pulmonologist, Bareilly
My son has cough problem and one year ago attack by clabslia always he suffer weakness and cough problems.
Dear Lybrateuser, Frequent Cough problem is symptom of Chest Infection or Allergy. You need an opinion from a Pulmonologist and a PFT Test. Wishing you good health.
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I have a infant baby of 1 month. Tears are coming so oftenly from his eyes. Need advice.

M.D.( Pediatrics), DCH
Pediatrician,
Massage along the side of nose above down from inner side of eyes. So that tears go from eyes to nose via nasolacrymal duct, by massage you clean it.
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