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Is it safe to deworm a 9 month old baby ?

is it safe to deworm a nine month old baby?? i know for sure that my cat has tape worms .
Asked On : Sun, 11 Mar 2012
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yes you can deworm your baby
You have to consult dose according to her weight
Every 6 month you can repeat dose.

You can start following diet:
Mashed and boiled Vegetable
Boiled or Half Boiled egg
Custard Jelly
Over Boiled Rice with Dal,
Minced Mutton or boiled fish
Bread Or Chapatti Soaked in milk and sugar
Gradually Normal diet should be given

Preparation and Storage of weaning food:
1.     Careful hygienic preparation and storage of weaning food to prevent contamination.
2.     Before preparation and weaning hand should be washed with soap.
3.     Cooking place and utensils must be clean.
4.     The food preferably fresh, cooked or boiled well and if feasible, prepared immediately before
the are to be eaten.

"i wish your child good health"
Regards Dr.Sagar Mhatre
Answered: Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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