Babies CHAPTER 2 Days When Giving Solids?
I want to ask, giving chiaseed to mpasi starting at what age? r nOhya, my child has been a week past this r nAnd it’s only been CHAPTER 2x is natural r nHow do I get a baby to defecate every day, r nWhile it’s already in set high low dietary fiber, water intake and additional fat is enough. r nThank you
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Complementary foods are recommended to be given breast milk or solids when the child is six months old. If given under 6 months of age the child will be more susceptible to allergies, especially if there is a history of allergies in the family. Especially in eating nuts, eggs, cow's milk and foods containing cow's milk and types of bread that contain gluten. Giving complementary foods does need to be careful and careful to know the types of food that can make the child's digestion sensitive or even allergic.
It is recommended to give solid complementary foods in the beginning from the type of mashed fruit and vegetables. There is also giving mashed rice. However, it is highly recommended for a very fine texture. In giving it needs to be given for at least 3 consecutive days to introduce the taste of the food to the baby and find out whether there is an allergic reaction to one type of food given. Kinds of whole grains can be given after the child is 8-9 months old, because the high protein content is expected not to be given too early to wait for the maturation of the child's digestion to be more complete. In your case where the child defecates every 2 times a day, it is normal because of the initial feeding. However, if this condition makes the child restless or becomes bloated then it is necessary to think about other underlying medical conditions. You can also think about allergic conditions or sensitivity to one type of food. In addition, breastfeeding and other fluids also need to be considered to meet the needs of the baby where it is necessary to facilitate the child's digestion.
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