But some babies may need a bit more milk, in the first few days.
The answer is, not before 17 weeks of age (4months) and not later than 26 weeks (6-7 months).
I still come across parents, who for one reason or another, decide against immunising their children.
A very common ‘problem’ seen in children is that they are ‘bottle fed’ forever. It’s because both the child and the parents find it very ‘convenient’.
From BNF for children Post-immunisation pyrexia in infants (see also Post-immunisation pyrexia in infants) Paracetamol by mouth Child 2–3 months 60 mg as a single dose repeated once after 4–6 hours if necessary (dose can be repeated twice for meningococcal B vaccine) Child 4 months 60 mg as a single dose repeated after 4–6 hours (max. 4 doses… Continue reading Please give Paracetamol AFTER vaccination.
Tongue tie or ankyloglossia is a common condition in babies. But the fact is that it rarely causes any problem for the baby in feeding or speaking when they are older.