Why Do Babies Fall Sick Often? Must Know Facts About Babies' Immunity
Created by Dr Shipra Mathur Updated on Jan 20, 2020
Newborn babies are at a higher risk of sickness and infections due to still-developing immunity. Does poor immunity affect the baby's overall development? Can you do something to keep the baby healthy and safe from infections?
Watch Dr Shipra, a pediatrician with more than a decade of experience clear your doubts and share her tips on looking after babies' health in the critical early years of life.
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| Jan 29, 2020
Hi Urvashi, it is advised to exclusively breastfeed your child for 6 months and after that you can introduce semi solid foods. While breastfeeding ensure that you are taking care of your diet to produce enough breastmilk for baby as breastmilk has all the nutrients which are required for baby's growth and development.