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My daughter is 10 months old n now she has started teething. Although I've been giving her calcimax p when she was3 months but now since she is teething I want to give her calceria phos21. Can I give her ?? If yes then pls tell the dose. Her legs are also a bit curved will it help her in that too. Plzzzzzz reply
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Hope Calcimax was given on doctor's advise. Baby is 10 months old and you plz dont give any supplements unless suggested by pediatrician. Every baby experiences teething differently. Some infants' first teeth erupt as early as three months old, while others don't get theirs until after the first birthday.
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If you’re concerned about baby’s legs, your child’s pediatrician will be able to check for bowed legs by simply measuring the distance between baby’s knees while he’s lying down.
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I don't think that your daughter requires supplements at this age (unless she is having a deficiency of calcium and phosphate). I would instead advise you to breastfeed her till she is 1 yr old (at least). That contains all the nutrients required for a healthy growth. And after she is able to chew, you can slowly introduce solid foods in her diet. As far as her legs are concerned, it is common for her age as her bones are still not strong enough. You can however use baby walkers for her, which will help her in developing the muscles and bones of her legs.
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Supplements should only be taken if there is a deficiency in the body. Otherwise it may lead to other complications. Remember too much of anything is bad for the body.
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