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6months old baby complementary food
Hello My baby 6 months old as i started some complementary food for him but he is not showing any interest in that food he drinks breast milk only he doesn't drink water or any other milk and my breast milk production is also fine can i give only breast milk for my baby until he stop
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No, you must introduce complementary feeds only. The breast milk alone with not provide adequate nutrition.
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Of course you can continue breast feeding but supplementation of breast milk I also needed First start with rice water once a day then after 10-15 days of this add dal water there should be a pinch of salt and a pich of butter Don’t force the baby Rest can be talked about Try this first
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Thank you for your question and I admire you for the great thing: exclusive breast feeding. But post 6 months you have to start done complimentary food and water. Actually generally babies don’t like initially the other foods and they take months after months to develop taste, please be patient and try different taste
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