Debina Bonnerjee, who gave birth to daughter Liana in April this year, keeps her fans updated with the news of her motherhood journey. with his difficulty IVF Journey first time her daughter tasted solid food – The actor regularly shares insights from his life. As such, she recently shared a series of pictures on Instagram, in which the little one can be seen wearing her first earring.
“This is how Mary Lau is wearing her first earring and taking care of her ear piercing,” actor, who is expecting her second child Captioned the post with husband Gurmeet Choudhary. to keep track.
Ear piercing, which is now also a fashion statement, has been part of ritualistic and cultural traditions for centuries. But, getting your baby’s ears pierced can also put him at many risks, said Dr. Bilal Khan, Consultant, Pediatrics, Narayan Superspecialty Hospital, Gurugram, while sharing the right time to get your newborn’s ears pierced.
“There’s a risk of infection whenever you puncture yours” child’s ear because your child’s immune system is still developing and thus, it is best to wait a while,” he said, adding that it is a good idea for parents to wait until their child receives their immunity. Come on, wait till then. tetanus Vaccination. “Wait at least six months before getting your child’s ears pierced.”
Getting your baby’s ears pierced at a very early age — before he’s three months old — can expose him to a number of risks. “If you have a baby pierced too early (or a baby under three months old) and they develop an infection fever, they will need to be admitted to the hospital. Thus, it is safe to wait a little longer to avoid it.”