Dear Sir / Madam, Thank you so much in advance, I will be
hiJA: Hello. How can I help?Customer: Dear Sir / Madam,Thank you so much in advance, I will be grateful if you could please provide some advice for my baby daughter.Me & my wife both British national currently living in Bangladesh with our adopted princess daughter. She was malnourished, neglected, weak, did not have any vaccine at all when we adopted her at age of 3 months in December last year. Since we adopted her, she is our whole world with full of joy & happiness. Me & my wife have been caring our baby daughter 24/7 for her medicine, vaccine, food, etc. She is under medical consultation from a top renowned doctor in Dhaka, Bangladesh for her complete wellbeing. Could you please have a look at the summary of her treatment & food record and please assure us that everything as per UK standard. Please also advise us if there is anything else we could do for her healthy life style.Vaccine Record:1. BCG (Tuberculosis) – Given on 27/12/20182. OPV (Oral polio Vaccine) – Given on 27/12/20183. Pentavalent – First Dose given on 27/12/2018, Second dose on 11/02/2019, Third dose on 13/03/20194. Hepatitis B – First dose given on 27/12/2018, Second dose on 11/02/2019, Third dose on 13/03/20195. Pneumococcal – First dose given on 27/12/2018, Second dose on 11/02/2019, Third dose on 13/03/20196. MR (Measles & Rubella) – Will be given on 10/06/20197. Meningococcal Vaccine – Will be given on 10/06/2019Medication:1. Dalivit D3 (Manufactured by Boston Healthcare Limited)2. Afrin, Oxymetazoline HCI 0.025%3. Ace, Paracetamol BPFOOD RecordShe was given Lactogen milk 1 (Manufacturer Nestle) for every three hours 90ml water + three scoop of powder through out the day. We are thinking to change her milk to Aptamil from UK, your comment please.After six months that is today, she will be on Lactogen 2 for same amount for next six months. During her recent health check up on 12/02/2019, doctor told us to feed her light solid food from six months onward along side her bottle milk.Her weight is 5.6 Kgs and doing very well. She needs care and close comfort 24/7. Her next routine check-up will be on 13/03/2019Please let me know if you need soft copies of her all health record for your better understanding.Thank you once again & regards.Md Osman GhaniJA: Have you seen a doctor about this yet? What medications are you taking?Customer: not yetJA: Anything else in your medical history you think the Expert should know?Customer: I mentioned all above already
My 3 years old son been coughing for 5 months now non stop!
My 3 years old son been coughing for 5 months now non stop! It came with cold and flu and fever in the beginning. Tried calpol coughing syrup and calpol vaporiser for his flu at night. But he stil having runny nose and coughing specially after running or playing or doing some activity and before sleeping and when he wake up in the morning. He seen gp many times at first they thought its viral infection will go by time then they suggested the blue inhaler but doesn't seems working and then given him prednisolone 5 mg soluble tab 3 tablet in one go once only and then ask me to try this montelukast 4mg granuls . but want to know what his having before keep trying médication on him. His general health is week as he have low appetite eating mosly sane few food refusing veg or other healthy one and stopped drinking milk 2 years ago only helping with vitamin his weight is 11 kg weather is very cold so he catch cold many times. So I just want to know what you think the cause of this coughs ? is it air allergies or asthma or something else ?? Many thanks
My son who is 4years old was complaining of headache
My son who is 4years old was complaining of headache earlier, he now is deep asleep and seems peaceful. I noticed then that he was having cold sweats and was clammy and cold to touch. I've been monitoring his temperature and although he seems peacefully asleep for the last 3 hours his temperature is down to 33.9C. Is this reason for concern?
I have a 17months old boy, and we noticed in the last couple
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Assistant: How can I help? new born baby 5 days old having
Hi,Assistant: Hi. How can I help?Customer: new born baby 5 days old having diaries every time after breast milkAssistant: Have you seen a doctor about this yet? What medications are you taking?Customer: We have not seen a doctor yetAssistant: Anything else in your medical history you think the Expert should know?Customer: A new born baby 5 days old s got no medical history
Baby health Assistant: Have you seen a doctor about this
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My 12 month old has had very limited contact with her father
Hi,My 12 month old has had very limited contact with her father (for numerous reasons), he has never lived with us and he has been granted overnight contact beginning in April 2019. In 2020 when my child is two, he will be having 50/50 during the summer. Since contact with him began in December and also, given her age she is experiencing separation anxiety. She is breastfed at night for comfort and I am very concerned. The Judge said, she was unimpressed with the breastfeeding argument and said, "suck it and see it". I have read a lot about this issue and many articles written by child psychologists and learnt that overnight contact at such a young age and also joint custody can cause longer, emotional problems. Should I appeal this decision based on her age and his limited involvement with her?