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Baby dwarf from nutritional deficiency, please help

My baby is 8 months old and only gain 3 pound in the last six months and she is under height and weight. her dad is 6'0 and mom is 5'11 can I give her something to help her grow and not be a dwarf from nutritional deficiencey
Asked On : Sun, 14 Mar 2010
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Donot Panic!! The baby grows slowly and gains good height at later age. In first 5 years her Mental Development is more important. If she is very much underweight, give SHATAVARI KALPA in milk twice a day. Make sure no SOLID FOOD in even a small amount is Given to her. SOUPS (except Tomato) and Juices (except milk shakes) would be beneficial to them.
Answered: Mon, 5 Dec 2011
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babies grow slowly, yu see changes in the height after she starts walking, thats the time babies grow faster. The final height she wil acheive will be after she enters her teen years. Right now make sure you give her good nutritious foods along with the milk. Right diet wil ensure right health.

Answered: Tue, 16 Mar 2010
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