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Newborn and fluids

08/06/20 13:54

Hello, I have a 3-week-old daughter, I only breastfeed, I’d say I have enough milk, I’d like to ask if I should add boiled baby water between breastfeeds so she has enough fluids during these high temperatures? Sometimes she wants to be fed during the day and after 1-1.5 hours, at night she lasts 3-4 hours without breastfeeding, her nappies are quite wet.

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Reply: Newborn and fluids

08/06/20 13:59

Hello, if you have enough milk, you do not have to add more fluids between breastfeeding, breastfeed your daughter as she wants, even after 1-1.5 hours.

Mom

When to add salt

08/06/20 13:53

Hello, I have a one-year-old toddler and I’m still not sure about his diet. Could you advise me what it should be at one year old and if it should be salted. Thanks in advance for your answer. Karen.

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Reply: When to add salt

08/06/20 13:53

Hello, for a year-old child, you can slowly start to add salt to the diet and gradually use other herbs too. Carefully add a small amount of pulses. It is still true that they should have a varied diet, they can eat almost everything - enough fruits, vegetables, yogurts, cottage cheese, meat, fish, gluten, pastries, you can sometimes add whole grain, ham, with less salt and high meat content if possible, etc. I’d just avoid fatty foods, sweets and delicacies - such as dry salamis, chocolate, blue cheese, etc. You can already start cooking with cow’s milk - for example, mashed potatoes, cow's milk is recommended for drinking from the age of 2. A one-year-old child needs 300 ml of milk every 24 hours, this includes all dairy products - hard cheeses, yoghurts, quark, but also breastfeeding - if you are still breastfeeding, or you can give them 150-200ml of formula or baby milk pap at night. It is up to you what menu you compile, it is important that it is varied, contains enough fruits and vegetables and has all the necessary components of a balanced diet.

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Infant rejects fruit supplement

08/06/20 13:52

Hello, I have a 7-month-old son. He was fully breastfed for 5 months, then we slowly started with solids, first with vegetables, then I added meat, then he ate fruit. He ate well. In the last 3 days or so, he has started to refuse all fruit, but he does eat the meat and veg. I'd like to specify that he ate bought baby food. Does it matter much if he doesn’t want fruit, or should I wait a while and try it again?

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Reply: Infant rejects fruit supplement

08/06/20 13:52

Hello, it doesn't matter, you can try offering fruit later, you can also try to cook seasonal fruit or mash a banana. If he doesn't want it, just breastfeed him instead, or you can give him meat and vegetable baby food, if he is already 7 months old, you can try to give him white yogurt. If he continues to refuse it, try stopping the fruit for a while and offer it again in 5 days, for example. If he starts refusing other foods, it would be best to consult his paediatrician as your next move.

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Regaining birth weight

08/06/20 13:51

Hello, I’d like to ask, my son is 8 days now, 3 days ago they released us from the maternity hospital with a weight of 2950g. He was born in the 39th week with a birth weight of 3150g. He is fully breastfed. What is the latest date by which he should have gained on his birth weight?

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Reply: Regaining birth weight

08/06/20 13:51

Hello, most children reach their birth weight within 14 days, some even earlier.

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Teething in a toddler

08/06/20 13:48

Hello, I have an 18-month-old son, every time he teethes it’s a bit of a nightmare, he cries a lot, he’s more tired, he eats less, sometimes it is associated with a temperature or temporary diarrhoea, we are used to it. But I wanted to ask, he still has 2 molars to go, on one side the gums where the molar is meant to be are already swollen, but there’s no sign of the tooth. How long before they burst through? And can I somehow make it easier for him? We try rubbing on Calgel sometimes, but he won't let us touch his mouth so much now?

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Reply: Teething in a toddler

08/06/20 13:48

Hello, the development of each child is individual, but up to about 30 months the second molar should also be through, i.e. all of the milk teeth. You can also help him by serving chilled foods, if he cries a lot you can give him a single dose of, for example, Nurofen, preferably at night so he can sleep, or give it as a suppository of Viburcol p.r. (homeopathic medicine) - if he still lets it be put in, some children already have enough willpower that drugs in the form of a suppository cannot be given to them.

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