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Water intake for 9 month old baby
How much a 9 months baby should take a water in a day along with breastfeeding as urine colour is  changed to dark yellow and urinating every 3 or 4 hrs once.the weather is also very hot and sweating alot.so less urine is because of this?
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Hello Ensure baby is taking adequate liquids along with water.if no fever, then no worries.. If frequency of urine is too much then get Urine test along with culture. Avoid hot climate. Regards
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The baby should be offered water after every meal . Also juices , milk and soup to be offered .
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There is no fixed amount to be given , but water should be of a pleasant temperature as the baby will reject it if it’s warm .
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Might be consult pediatrician it may be urinary infection.
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You can give about 50 to 100 ml of water once daily in 2 hours a day Ensure the baby is voiding clear urine 6 to 8 times per day
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