Doctors in Omni RK Super Speciality Hospital
Treatment of Child and Adolescent Problems
Bedwetting Treatment & Management
Treatment of Polio
Thyroid Problems Treatment
Treatment of Cerebral Palsy
Thyroid Disorder Treatment
Paediatric Critical Care
Treatment of Sids
Treatment of Cough in Children
Treatment of Asthma in Children
Treatment of Childhood Infections
Treatment of Birth Defects
Child Nutrition Management
Treatment of Dihydrofolate Reductase Deficiency
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My child is 9 months 22 days age. He is facing a problem while doing stool. It happens after 2-3 days. He puts lots of effort and Cries lot. Stool is solid. He is facing this problem since last 6 months. Initially it was after 7 -8 days and now it has reduce to 2-3 days. I asked to pediatrician. He said its normal. Can You guide me How to reduce this pain and get recover from this. His birth weight was 3.070 kg an now he is 9.450 kg.
My child age is 2 and half and he is suffering from cough can I give him acebrophylline syrup and if I can what ml can I give him.
My baby is 5th month old. But he looking very slim. Birth time his weight was 3.1 kg. And now 6 month running. His weight is 5.6 kg. I feed him only breast milk. What should I have to do or I have to eat so he can gain weight?
I am lactating mother of 6 months old baby. Since 1 week I have noticed reduced milk supply. I don't know whether my baby is getting adequate feed. Please help me on how can I increase milk since my baby is only on breast feed. I am also taking Cap. Lactare. But still I don't think I am producing sufficient milk. Please help. How do I know my baby is getting adequate feed?
My son is 18 month old and he love to eat only chocolate and do not eat properly suggest me what can I do?
My child (boy) is 5 years old on one day he first vomited a little bit of blood and second day also vomited blood and on third day he vomited mouth full of blood after eating and he is suffering from cough also from almost 1 year. plz reply as soon as possible and please tell that if there is anything serious or not.
My sister's child is 7 years old. She suffers from 3 years by alopecia. She has no single hair in her head. We take many advise and treatment from many doctor and org. But everything is worthless. She has also some algeric issue. So please suggest me what to do for her? And what are the treatments for it?
Hi 21 month old baby but he do not speak means he just speaks PAPA nothing else. Is this normal or we should consult a doctor.
My daughter is 11 months old. She had been suffering from high fever from 2-3 days. From yesterday morning the fever hdnt come. But today morning I found rashes on her body. I am confused weather its measles or not. She is vaccinated for measles 2 months ago.
A mother’s milk is said to be the most nutritious food for a new born baby. It contains the perfect balance of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins and minerals needed for your baby and changes to keep up with your baby’s growing needs. However, the benefits of breastfeeding extend way beyond nutritional value. Breastfeeding is beneficial for both you and your baby. Ideally, a baby should be breastfed for at least the first six months.
- Stronger immunity: Mother’s milk is rich in antibodies and a number of unique compounds that help the newborn child’s body fight bacterial and viral infections. No other form of baby food is as rich in these antibodies. Babies who have been breastfed have a lower risk of suffering from ailments such as ear infection, stomach upsets and respiratory problems. The first milk expressed by a woman’s breasts after giving birth is known as colostrums. This milk coats the baby’s digestive system and prevents the growth of harmful bacteria.
- Fewer allergies: Breast milk is easier to digest than formula or cow’s milk. This protects the gastrointestinal passages from inflammation and prevents undigested food from triggering allergic reactions. Being breastfed can also reduce the number of allergies a child may suffer from in their later years.
- Healthy body weight: Breastfeeding makes a child less likely to suffer from obesity in their later childhood and adult years. This is because breast milk contains less insulin and more hormones as compared to formula. This helps regulate fat absorption. On an average, babied fed on formula put on weight quickly and are more likely to overeat in their later years.
- Stronger bones: Breastfeeding is beneficial for both the child and the mother. When a woman is breastfeeding her child, her body’s ability to absorb calcium increases. This helps increase bone density, especially as pregnancy can make bones weak.
- Builds a strong mother-child bond: After 9 months of carrying a child to term, giving birth may lead to post partum depression and a mother may feel the connection between her and the child severed. Breastfeeding helps nurture this connection and provides emotional relief to both the mother and child. For the mother, this experience releases hormones that reduce stress and relax the body. For the baby, close physical contact is very important and this process provides the perfect opportunity to do so.