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What Should I Do To Protect My Baby When Flying
Do not smoke: Smoke exposure in children causes a 2-fold increase in respiratory infections (ear infections, sinus infections, colds, bronchitis, and pneumonia). So, the best measure is for no family members to smoke. Short of that, you should never smoke in the home or car and wear a jacket when smoking that you take off when entering the house. Talk with you doctor about proven ways to help stop smoking. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Clothing Shade Hat: Babies 6 months and younger should be kept out of direct sunlight. If necessary, sunscreen can be applied sparingly to exposed areas (hands and face). Think of the complete sun protection package: shade, protective clothing, hats, and sunscreen. Enjoy the great outdoors! just be sure to protect that delicate skin too. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Normally...: Normally they don't need protecting. They can't damage them with their own movements, you won't damage them with normal gentle handling, and most people don't need to be reminded not to drop a child on his head, or to strike a child's head hard enough to do any harm. People do need to be reminded not to shake a baby, since it does happen quite a bit, with serious consequences. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
In 20w u/s,Dr told "bright bowel".Tested neg for CF,Down syn,infections.What is causing this.how to protect my baby?I am worried!
I am on 1mg of risperidone. I am trying to conceive. Please will it affect my baby? What should I do to protect the foetus?
Catagory c pregnacy : It is best if you can wean off of the risperadone before you get pregnant, but you need to discuss this with your doctor to make sure it is ok for you too go off of the medication. Call your doctor and discuss this with them before you do anything. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a doctor: I'm sure your doctor will want to run more testing. A single positive ANA of 1:160 may not mean you have an autoimmune disorder. Make sure either a general ob/gyn or a specialist in maternal fetal medicine investigates further to determine if you have a disease. If you already have been diagnosed with, say, sle, then, yes, some doctors will recommend special treatment in pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
38 weeks pregnant. Its winter here in Australia which means im having my baby im flu season. What can I do to protect baby when shes born from bugs?
Protect: Keep her as isolated as possible for the first 3 months. Breast feeding helps and make sure everyone's shots including flu shots are up to date. Follow immunization guidelines for her. Even someone with a simple cold can make a baby ill. Lots of Clorox on surfaces. All the best. ...Read more
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