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1.5 year old child, has one grey hair. Treatment? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 14-Mar-2013
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User:Hello doctor
User:I am XXXXXXX here
User:My daughter is 1.5 yrs old
User:she is having one grey hair
User:how can i treat this
Doctor:having one grey hair is not a major condition
Doctor:you can increase her nutrtion ,and give a high protein diet
User:she is 11kg weight
Doctor:and also give her vitamins ,regularly
User:daily she is having one XXXXXXX juice and orange juice without fail
Doctor:her weight is adequate for her age
User:and i make sure that she is having one dhal daily
User:she is having only 4 teeths now, which my pediatric told ok...
Doctor:you can give her a egg whites, daily
User:ok doctor
Doctor:this is the best protien supplement for kids
User:she is having junior horlicks in the night along with milk
Doctor:that is fine ,
Doctor:hair changes are common, and with time, old hairs, do get dry and then appear grey
Doctor:but that does not indicate any medical issues
User:fine doctor....
Doctor:if she is having a low weight, less active, and not gaining weight, it could indicate malnourishment
Doctor:but since such issues are not there, you need not worry about such things
User:she is very active
User:ok doctor
User:thank you doctor
Doctor:You are very welcome
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