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value above mention indicate that your baby is suffering from urinary tract infection
Some children may just be prone to UTIs, but here are a few things you can do to minimize your baby's risk of infection:
Be sure your baby gets plenty of fluids. Fluids help prevent constipation
, which would make a UTI more likely. Drinking more will also make your baby urinate more frequently, flushing out her urinary tract.
If your baby has started solids, offer her plenty of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, which also help prevent constipation.
If you're breastfeeding
, continue until your baby is at least 7 months old, if possible. Studies have shown that nursing
for this long may protect against UTIs — and that the benefit persists, even after weaning, for up to two years.
If your baby is a girl, avoid irritating her genitals with harsh soaps and bubble baths. And wipe from front to back when you change her diaper, to minimize the bacteria
in the area.
consult good paediatrician