As a new mom, you hear advice galore from everyone around you.
“Don’t feed the child lying down”.
“Don’t coddle by holding them in your hands often.”
“Don’t introduce bottles to infants”.
The list is endless. But how do you know which ones are to be considered and which shouldn’t? We break it down for you.
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Dr. Nihar Parekh, Senior Paediatrician, Cheers Child Care, Mumbai has regularly shared many useful reads and pointers with our readers on raising children, common illnesses and what parents need to know.
In this special 3-part series, he elaborates on the common doubts and concerns new moms have. Sometimes you wonder if you are child is breathing right. If they sneeze, are they okay? What if there are rashes on his/her face? And every time we wonder if these are “silly” doubts and paranoid thinking from our end as a new mom or genuine issues that we might miss and ignore.
This series of videos by Dr. Nihar aims to break those doubts you have in mind by answering the most-asked questions in these short clips. Go ahead and share this video with a fellow parent or any new parent you care about to tell them that it is okay and you don’t have to worry 24*7!
Video 1: In this video, Dr. Nihar answers questions on feeding the newborn, if bottle feeding is okay, burping- when to be worried, and just how much poop is too much, especially as a newborn?! Watch it below.
Video 2: In this video, Dr Nihar answers questions on colic and how to treat them in babies, understanding acid reflux in babies, and why you shouldn’t wait to change your baby’s diaper only when they poop! Watch the video for the answers.
Video 3: In this video, Dr Nihar answers questions on a baby’s flaky scalp, and hair loss in babies (yes it is common!), watery eyes in babies, cradle cap and how to treat it, baby acne and how to handle it, umbilical hernia and why that shouldn’t worry you. Watch the video for the answers.
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