Breastfeeding is the best source of nutrition for the baby until at least 1 year of age. The baby should give cow’s milk after the age of one year. Since most babies do not like the taste of cow’s milk. The transition should be gradual so that even the baby’s digestive tract can adapt to it. It can be given; mixed along with regular formula feed or alternate with breast milk.
If your baby is 6-months or above you can occasionally give him/her small sips of water or fresh fruit juices. Avoid giving or administering ORS/electrolyte or any other medication since it can lead to electrolyte disturbances in your baby. Also, I suggest not to rely entirely on home remedies. As dehydration can set in very quickly in your infant and can get worrisome. You can provide your baby with cow’s milk after a certain age as isn’t allergic to it. You should take care of your immunity and diet so that baby don’t face any digestion problem, weakness or disease during the breastfeeding period
So, continue exclusive breastfeeding, eat a balanced diet yourself and if you spot any worrying symptoms in your infant, please see the pediatrician for a check-up. However, in case you are not able to breastfeed your baby, please consult your doctor about suitable alternatives that are tummy-friendly and have growth-promoting nutrients, protection, and overall growth, ensuring that your child is happy.
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