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My son is not drinking milk properly
Hai, my son is three months old..he is having mother's milk but my baby not having it sufficiently.. and passing urine . I want to know whether I can feed him with cerelac now along with mother's milk and give him water.
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Below the age of 6 months babies should not be given anything except milk, as intestines are not mature enough to digest food. Please don’t experiment on your baby.
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No cerelac till baby completes 5 months ...if u feel breast milk is inadequate u can give nan pro formula
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Monitor the weight first. If he is gaining good weight and not hungry after breast feeds, do not start formula. Mother's milk is best milk. Start stage 1 formula only if poor weight gain or reduced urine output to less than 6 times/day or dark coloured urine.
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No water ,no cerelac..only give breastfeed for 6month...if breastmilk is inadequate than  use nan pro with proper dilution.
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No food or cow milk or water till 6 months. If your milk is less, give formula milk.
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