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Parents Must Know How to Deal With the 27 Common Problems of Newborns(Part II)

Parents Must Know How to Deal With the 27 Common Problems of Newborns(Part II)

7. Fever

        Babies with fever need to seek help from doctors in time. Once the baby's body temp exceeds the normal level, you can first physically cool down (warm water or ice pack on the forehead, or wipe the body with warm water, also can use antipyretic paste) keep the room ventilated and breathable, monitor the body temperature in real time; if the body temperature is above 38.5C and the spirit is poor, seek medical attention in time.

8. Heat rash

        Heat rash is due to the lack of timely ventilation and perspiration of the skin. Usually keep the skin clean and dry, especially at the skin folds. Wear cotton small T breathable fabrics, avoid wool, nylon and other irritating fabrics.

9. Allergies

        Allergies occur in newborns in different parts of the body and systems, and can have different clinical manifestations. For example: the first, respiratory allergy; the second skin allergy; the third, digestive tract allergy. No matter which is the case case, it is recommended to seek medical attention in time to avoid delaying the condition.

10. Colic

        Common phenomena include: baby crying in the middle of the night, frequent feeding but still not enough, stirring and spitting up easily when feeding, abdominal swelling and tightness, red face and white around the mouth when crying, unsettled even after falling asleep, grunting and crying.

        Parents should pat the baby in time after feeding, 3-4 times a day, airplane hug/belly hug, lightly shake the baby's body when the baby is awake, or let the baby lie flat on the bed and lift the baby's legs in the air to imitate the action of pedaling a bicycle.

11. Flatulence

        Your baby eats milk frequently, has a rumbling and farting tummy, farts with feces, presses on the tummy with an obvious feeling of distension, sleeps less, is restless and cries easily.

        Pay attention to the baby's pacifier or nipple to avoid too much air from entering, pat the baby's tummy in time after feeding, massage the baby's tummy clockwise, push down the curve of the tummy, let the baby lie on its back or lie down with its knees bent to press the tummy, but don't do it just after feeding.

12. Red butts

        Changing the diapers diligently, not cleaning up after the baby's poop, and not having soft and breathable diapers may cause your baby's red butts. After cleaning your baby's butt, dry it in time before wearing diapers, change diapers regularly, keep your baby's butt clean and fresh, apply buttock cream, and change soft, breathable, lightweight and hypoallergenic diapers.

13. Leg striation

        Newborns with asymmetrical leg striation need to be highly alert to the possibility of congenital dislocation and subluxation of the skeletal joint and seek medical attention promptly. Avoid strenuous movement of the baby's lower limbs, avoid excessive abduction and internal rotation, and strengthen local massage and touch.

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