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Baby food for 3.5months old.
My daughter is 3.5months old. Can we give cerelac. She is having daily mothers milk but as  additional can we give cerelac.
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Breastfeed baby for 6 months and weaning food ( cerelac )can be added at 5-6 months
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Till 6 months only breastfeeding. No other supplements should be given except prescribed by doctor like vitamin D. No juice up to 1 year. Your milk production may be affected and chances of getting pregnant are more if not breastfed. Breast milk gives full nutrition to the baby and chances of food allergies are less. After 6 months you may start home made solid food like khichri in addition to breastfeeding. Cerelac is very costly and I do not recommend it.
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breastfeeding should be done at least 2 years or more
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you can get more information from internet also
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Only mothers milk till 6 month of age
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No, only mother’s milk till 6 months.
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No...you can't give cerelac before 6months completed age...
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give exclusive BF till 6months of age..then you can start weaning food..
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