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Q. How much time I should allow my kid to play video games?
The amount of time you should allow your child to play video games can vary depending on several factors, including their age, developmental stage, and individual needs.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends no more than 1 to 2 hours of recreational screen time per day for children aged 2 to 18.
Q. Is watching TV after school good for my kid?
Watching TV after school can be acceptable in moderation, but it’s important to strike a balance between screen time and other activities that contribute to your child’s development and well-being.
Q. Is normal delivery possible after 1st C-section?
Yes, it is often possible to have a normal vaginal delivery (also known as a vaginal birth after cesarean or VBAC) after a previous cesarean section (C-section). However, whether a VBAC is recommended and successful depends on several factors, including the reason for the previous C-section, your current health, the policies of your healthcare provider, and the hospital where you plan to give birth.
Q. Can I give lactogen to my two-month-old baby without a doctor's prescription?
It’s important to note that infant feeding decisions should be made in consultation with a healthcare professional, ideally a pediatrician.
The World Health Organization (WHO) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommend exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of a baby’s life, if possible.