This is are best tips on having a healthy baby, these are best tips that can help first time mom to having a healthy and intelligent baby, this 8 tips we also show you how to take care of your baby when you are pregnant.
I hope you gonna take a bit of value from this!
1. CARE OF UMBILICAL CORD:
The end of the cord will fall off in a couple of weeks after birth.
Until it falls off, keep it clean and dry.
Keep diaper below cord so that the cord stays dry.
Dab with alcohol on a cotton swab 1–2 times each day.
Call your baby’s health care giver if it looks red, irritated, bleeds or oozes, or has a bad odor.
2. CARE OF CIRCUMCISION:
A circumcision should heal in 7–10 days.
On the off chance that the tip of the penis is bothered by the diaper, put a tad of oil jam on the aggravated zone each time you change the diaper.
3. PREVENT DIAPER RASH:
Change diapers often.
Wash baby’s bottom with soap and warm water at each change.
Use zinc oxide paste or diaper rash cream on irritated areas.
4. TREAT DIAPER RASH:
Leave baby’s diaper area uncovered for a few hours each day. (Place several folded cloth diapers under baby.)
Use zinc oxide or diaper rash cream on irritated areas after washing.
5. TREAT DIARRHEA:
If you are breastfeeding, continue to do so.
Call child’s medical care provider if your infant won’t take fluids, can’t hold them down, has a great deal of loose bowels, or has the runs for more than 12 hours. (Diarrhea can be a very serious problem for little babies, who can lose a lot of fluid quickly.)
There are exceptional beverages — called oral electrolyte arrangements—that babies with loose bowels ought to be given to shield them from getting extremely wiped out.
6. TREAT COLIC:
Make sure that your baby is not crying for some other reason (wet diaper, hunger, tight clothing, loneliness)
Hold baby, stomach down, across your knees. Rock your baby.
Push your baby in a carriage or stroller.
7. TREAT A COLD:
Try to make your baby more comfortable.
Call baby’s health care provider if your baby has a fever.
When to call the doctor …
8. YOU SHOULD CALL YOUR BABY’S HEALTH CARE GIVER IMMEDIATELY IF YOUR BABY:
- Has breathing issues (needs to endeavor to get air in and out).
- Cries (more or differently from the usual), or moans as if in pain, or is very fussy.
- Has a temperature higher than 100° F.
- Vomits (more than a spit up) or has diarrhea (very watery, loose, foulsmelling stools) more than 2–3 times in a day.
- Has even one large, very watery bowel movement and is less than 3 months old.
- Passes blood or blood clots with urine or bowel movement.
- Has a convulsion (shaking arms and legs).
ALSO CALL IF YOUR BABY:
- Seems weak, has no energy to cry as loudly as usual.
- Won’t take care of or nurture inadequately (or doesn’t need mutiple/2 of the typical container).
- Doesn’t awaken as ready of course, or for more established infants, isn’t fun loving, in any event, for a brief timeframe.
- Simply doesn’t “appear to be correct” and you are concerned.
- At the point when you call the medical care supplier about your debilitated child, record the exhortation you get.
- Have available the telephone number of a pharmacy in case your care giver wants to phone in a prescription.