My son is very fussy eater. He does not like anything in food. We have difficulty in finding food that he likes to eat. Meal times are dreadful times as we have to struggle to feed him. He also does not feel hungry also but otherwise he is a normal kid. Read More...
Kids can have more sensitive taste buds than adults.I say go with the flow and give up on the creativity, as long as he's getting enough nutrition overall.My nephew ate hardly anything and he is now a hale and healthy thin 12-year old.
I know that preschoolers are picky eaters but I have a peculiar problem. My preschooler son does not like to eat anything. He does not seem to feel hungry at all. I only try to force feed him. He is interested in watching television, or playing. He is quite tall for his age but as he does not eat anything willingly, he is quite lanky and thin. I am afraid that he will be malnutritioned. Read More...
There must be something that your kid likes. Try to give that more often. Are you sure that your kid is a picky eater? He must not be interested in eating because he likes to watch television or play. He is just more interrested in playing.
I recently shifted to Bangkok with my husband and I really miss eating jalebis. Plus, his parents are coming to visit us in a month. I want to make jalebis for them when they come. Can somebody please share the recipe to make jalebis at home? Thanks! Read More...
Thanks for the video Krishna! It looks absolutely yummyily amazing!!
What is mean by placenta anterior is position low laying, lower edge 1.1 cm from internal OS and is of grade 0 maturity?
I am 16 weeks pregnant, my NT ultrasound (14 weeks 3 days) report shows that placenta anterior is position low laying , lower edge 1.1 cm from internal os and is of grade 0 maturity. The internal OS is closed.what is mean by this? is this normal?
Your placenta develops wherever the fertilised egg embeds into the uterus. An anterior placenta means that your placenta is positioned on the front wall of your uterus (womb).
The only problem with an anterior placenta is if you are having your baby by C - Section. there is a slightly higher change of bleeding. You will need to get another scan done at around 32 - 36 weeks to check if the placenta is at the front, back or side of your uterus. Usually, the placenta is carried upwards, as your uterus expands around your growing baby.
Having an anterior placenta may cushion your baby's movements, so it may take longer to first notice your baby's movements. You may also feel fewer movements in your second trimester than you would if the placenta was in a different position.
About the size and grade, your doctor will know better. ask them what it means and how it will affect your pregnancy and baby..