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Infant having frequent shivering, cries on inability to control body shaking. Advice?

My 7 months baby had a few shivers within a few minutes yesterday, while we were feeding him solid.. He seems to be scared that he could control his body from shaking. It went away in 3 minutes. It s the 3rd time that i had happened. The first time it happened after a cold swim. He cried after getting into the water, so we had to take him out. Please help!
Asked On : Tue, 12 Jun 2012
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Thanks for your query.

I am surprised that you are making a 7 month baby swim which is not advisable.

You mentioned that the baby shivered while having food and this happened the third time. It has to be seen whether it was shivering or convulsions. A better description of the movements would help us in coming to a conclusion.

I suggest you see your pediatrician and seek his advice.

Wishing your baby all the best.
Answered: Tue, 12 Jun 2012
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