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Baby preterm, iugr, is not gaining weight, gets frequent diarrhea, throat congestion, viral infection. Tips for weight gain and immunity?

my baby is preterm and iugr . now he is 1 yr. bt he is not gaining weight as he is still 6.5 kg. even he is on nusobee lactose sucrose free. he is getting viral infection and throat congestion and diarriah so many times and every 20 days he has to take antibiotic due to his problems. even he has ing hernia but we have not operated yet. so what should we do for improve his immunity and weight gain...
Asked On : Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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First, look to it that he is not given any bottle-feeding. Second, give him other foods in diet as well like boiled apple, bananas, along with pulses and even boiled egg(meshed).
Also add multi-vitamin supplements along with some colostrum-containing formula lke Pedimune to improve immunity. Thanks.
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