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My baby is six months old and is exclusively breastfed. Lately, I have noticed that he has been sweating profusely when he is being nursed. Initially, I thought that it could be because summer is setting in, but his breathing has become really rapid and he gasps a lot while nursing. He seems tired and often falls asleep in the middle of his feed. This is interrupting in the amount of milk he should be drinking. I am worried. Please advice.
Sibling bonding needs to be nurtured and guided to ensure that relationships are forged and last forever
Fortify their strengths and work on their weaknesses. Sometimes, you can use the reward system to motivate children and help them concentrate and finish their tasks.
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