my baby got loose motion so pead said to stop gvng bf..n start fm but my baby is nt tkng tried lot..he is 5.5month is der anythng else dat i gv him??..his weight is also reducing..

Can you help Dr.Saloni Pahwa

hi shruti please don't stop breast feeding.

v had done test stools f baby..wat to show here but its nt uploading..

there is no connection between breast feeding and loose motions. please don't stop feeding the baby

pls don't stop bf thr s no connection between loose motion and bf and give fm for   babies as much as u can if baby intakes fm and will start to like it they will start to drink

dont stop bf..even my doc said to stop but i didn't stop..i gave both bf as well as fm

keep on bf...n try for formula... no connection between bf n loose motion... take care of ur diet...see if u cn do something with ur diet Priya Sood Harneet Khurana plz suggest

i dont know if theres any connection or not but docs do advise to give similac only if baby gets loosemotions. i am sorry moms, but if docs are saying to stop breastfeed for a while then there must be a valid reason for that. if the baby is not taking fm then first bf your child for some econds and then immediately put bottle in her mouth. slowly he will get habit of fm.

thanku all.. doc also said dat if i bf d baby den der is chances f blood in stools so m afraid to feed.

Tk cr sweety....will pray for speedy recovery👍

I too have same situation.. doc has asked me stop bf for one week.. I stopped for one week and gave fm.. after recovery i slowly started giving fm and bf alternatively.. now my baby completely on bf..

dear as of now please give BM only if baby not taking FM don't force him ..at this time baby health more important or 80% water in mother milk so please " Give only Breast milk"

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