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For most mothers, pregnancy is just the onset of being a parent and thus during that period of pregnancy, mothers are supposed to be able to start tuning their thoughts and emotions to accept the great role ahead of them so that sudden happenings does not come to them.

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riddhi vyas Posted: Thursday, April 18, 2013 8:54:45 PM(UTC)
 
Hey,

In any country of the world, up to 6 months baby should be on only breast feeding.

New born babies are very sensitive, they develop immunity at the rising age, and mother's milk is the only best source.

If any other food is given externally, then baby may get some infection and for lifetime immunity problems can be there, there are many life threatening health issues that can attack new born baby.

So avoid giving any other food to your baby.

If the mother is not having enough breast milk to feed baby then, there are solutions to increase the milk supply, you can find more on it from:

http://www.parentingnati...e-breast-milk-supply_689

If the milk supply is enough but still if mother is suffering from feeding problems then you must read reasons of breastfeeding problems and how to overcome them from:

http://www.parentingnati...how-to-overcome-them_252
s k Mishra Posted: Thursday, April 18, 2013 8:01:21 PM(UTC)
 
What may be proper Indian diet chart for a baby of 0-6 month age ?