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Has more spicy food taken by mother or something else cause problems to a new born when on breastfeeding - Asked by n x on 02-Aug-2016 20:33:03

Answer Count: 1    Disorder Type: Nervous system disorders
  • Answered by Dr. on 03-Aug-2016 01:41:47

    Yes

    take light food till continuation brest feeding of child

    Rx

    Nux Vom-1M/16 dose

    5drops in 100ml Aqua Dita with 30 drops Rs and make 16 part.

    Take one part  everyday at bed time.

    report in person with child after one month.

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