Tips For New Parents In A Small

{flickr|100|campaign} As a new owner will face many problems and issues that you need to understand and deal with immediately. Newborns do not come with a manual, so here is some information on a few things you should know.

Bathing your baby: The umbilical cord will fall craft, about one to two weeks after it was born. Until it falls off, then the only sponge baths for the baby. Can dampen a cotton ball or cotton swab with alcohol to help dry the umbilical stump or just follow the directions pediatricians. You can give her a bath in a sink or shallow tub after the stump falls off.

Caesarean delivery: A cesarean section is usually performed to the delivery of safer, if you or your baby. C-sections can be made of different reasons including stalled labor, complicated labor, problems with the baby that may make delivery difficult, or other problems. It does not matter if it is a vaginal or caesarean section, it is still a new mother of a beautiful blessing.

Circumcision: A lot of doctors feel that there are many advantages to having a baby is circumcised, but not absolutely necessary. This can help reduce the risk of urinary tract infections and eliminates any chance of penile cancer only. Circumcision does not cause long-term emotional problems in children.

Crib death (SIDS): Many studies have been carried out in relation to SIDS. Although the cause of SIDS is not strictly defined, there are some relationships that are between SIDS and the following things:

Female babies are less likely to die of SIDS than in the men’s Babies

The greater risk of premature birth

Minority children are more likely to be affected by SIDS than non-minority children.

More children of young, single mothers die of SIDS

Smoking in the home greatly increases the risk of SIDS

Some people think that sleeping in the baby is fine and will continue to let babies sleep with them. The American Academy of Pediatrics disagrees and says that the greater the risk of SIDS in infants who sleep with another person. Babies should sleep alone in a crib or cradle, or while on or near an adult. Never put pillows, blankets, stuffed animals, or anything that may be a danger to the baby’s bed.

Most pediatricians recommend that babies sleep on his back, to reduce the risk of SIDS. The reason for this is widely debated in the health care professionals. If you have concerns, please talk to your pediatrician. There are no stupid questions, when the workers’ health and safety of the child, so please do not be afraid to ask for help.

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