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An year old child to be given lactogen 2 or 3? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 12-Jun-2013
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Doctor:Good afternoon
User:hi doctor
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:my son has just turned one today, and we are confused whether to go ahead with lactogen 2 or proceed to 3
Doctor:Oh, that's great
User:is there much difference?
Doctor:My birthday wishes to your baby
User:thanks doctor
Doctor:No, there is no much difference
Doctor:You can start either
Doctor:Better than the two, start home foods like mashed vegetables and fruits
Doctor:Plain dal and rice
User:ya doctor, we have infact started those,,,but recently he had a somach infection,,,now is just ok,,,so can we move to lactogen 3, or are there better suppliments ?
Doctor:Move to lactogen 3 with these additional home foods
User:thanks a lot doctor , we shall give him those foods along with lac 3...anything else we need to take care as he had an infection recently ?
Doctor:Nothing to worry
Doctor:It is normal for kids to have infection once in a while and in fact it helps in boosting their immunity
Doctor:Maintain food hygiene and keep the surroundings clean
Doctor:He will grow up healthy
User:thanks doctor
Doctor:Thank you too
Doctor:Is that all for now?
Doctor:Pleasure is mine
Doctor:Anytime, happy to help you
Doctor:Take care
Doctor:And enjoy the celebrations
Doctor:Good day
User:yes...;-) thanks bye
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