introduction of solid foods depends on the preference of the child pediatrician.
pediatricians start solid food any time between the ages of 4 or 5 months. If your baby
sits well when supported, holds his head up and seems hungry, it may be time to begin
cereal. One can begin with infant rice. As the baby gets the hang of it, increase the
thickness and amount of cereal.
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vitamins if prescribed by the doctor.
that the infant is gaining weight. In case, you are having any problems regarding breast
or bottle feeding discuss it with the doctor.
that "spitting up" is common. It is a "nuisance" rather than a
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is quite common at this stage that the baby begins to drool. It does not necessarily
indicate early teething. It is probably due to a lot of saliva that the baby has not yet
learned to swallow.