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My son is 1.6 years old and he is on breast feeding by birth till now but he don't eat nothing except mother s milk we think it's not enough for the growth of child what should we do ?
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good morning, it is high time to do weaning, continue with breast feeding off and on, Start with Bana mash, and continue it, next week,add egg at breakfast time, continue it and add juice at 11alm, it is to develop taste in mouth. continue and add some cereals like dal rice, at lunch time 1 pm. at 4pm start giving idli followed by breast feeds, at 7 pm , dinner, , offer any thing you have cooked, make him sit with you and share supper time breast feeds again. after some time we will replace t with cows milk don't forget immunization , hygiene, activity like playing, singing , drawing. Take care of mosquito to protect against malaria, dengue.
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Please mention height and weight. Breast milk is not enough now. He can eat anything which you eat. Try giving home cooked fresh food. Search baby food recipes 1 year in Google.
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