Hi, you can give baby food after 120days from August 13th. Till then only liquids like dhal boiled water, vegetables boiled water,orange juice each about a table spoon. If mothers milk is there ,then no need of any such supplements till 6months.Good luck. take care.
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Hypoglycemia in Newborn is a medical emergency. It needs close monitoring and prompt treatment. Any delay in detection & appropriate therapy can have serious sequelae lifelong as it is a treatable cause of mental retardation. Associated conditions like Sepsis are to be investigated and treated. A baby with Neonatal Hypoglycemia is a high-risk baby and needs long-term follow-up for neurodevelopmental disorders.
Small infants may pass stool every 3 to 4 days. Its normal. As they are taking only liquid that is milk. But if baby is feeling discomfort or there is abdominal fullness, consult a pediatrician. As there are many other severe conditions where suppository may worsen the condition.
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Weaning towards solid foods is individualistic. Semisolids are gradually introduced from 6 month onward or once the baby starts showing swallowing actions. One needs to check how comfortable is baby in swallowing. Food in semisolid form like chapati dipped and soften in dal or soup is recommended, soft small cut fruit is ok. Try foods that baby can eat comfortable. Avoid crispy and hard foods as they having risk of choking the baby.
Hello lybrate-user, strictly no biscuits for your baby or anything else, not even water for 6 months. It should be exclusive breastmilk. This will increase your baby's immunity, cognitive abilities and much more. Hope this helps. Wishing good health for your baby.
A baby is ready to take solid food supplements after 6 months.
These can be simple soft mashed food, banana etc. It will help in his growth since a variety of nutrients will be available to him.
Cow milk / diluted buffalo milk, can be given. Will help in calcium buildup.