The newborn visit is an opportunity for you to ask your pediatrician questions and discuss any concerns you may have. During the visit your baby will be measured and weighed and have a physical examination.
There are certain basic immunizations that all children receive but each state has its own requirements, which may vary state to state. The following is the recommended immunization schedule for children in the United States:
It is common for babies, especially when they are first born, to have an “acne type” rash over their faces. Baby acne usually is on the cheeks, forehead and chin.
It takes a while to recover and feel like yourself before pregnancy. If there were any complications during your pregnancy or delivery the recovery time is even longer.
What are some ways I can keep my baby’s mouth and teeth healthy? Baby teeth and caring for them is very important. When baby teeth are infected with strep mutans infection, this infection can be transmitted to permanent teeth and cause damage. It is essential to take care of primary baby teeth, even though they […]
How do I care for my baby’s mouth and teeth? One of the most important things I emphasize when I do a newborn visit is baby mouth care, along with feeding, nutrition, development, sleep. etc. Dental caries (decay and cavities) and other oral health diseases cause not only oral diseases, but also systemic maladies. Children […]
My baby is having sleep problems – what can I do? I say this as a pediatrician and mother: getting your baby to sleep can be wonderful at times, but can also be challenging and stressful. Some babies from the beginning go to sleep when you put them down to sleep and never have sleep […]
How Much Does My Baby Need to Sleep? All babies need to sleep – and how much depends upon their age and development. Also, each baby is unique so some babies require more sleep than others too. However, in general, they do need lots of sleep. Sleep is an important part of baby’s growth and […]