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Care of  Your Newborn Baby Frequently Asked Questions
Number of questions: 22

Care of Your Newborn Baby

Even though we have a two year old, I’m terrified of them when they are little. I’m scared of dropping her – do other dads feel like this? midwives response

What’s the best way to hold my baby when bathing her? midwives response

Our newborn sleeps all the time at the moment. Should I be waking him for a feed? midwives response

Is it ok to swaddle a baby? midwives response

What temperature should our house be to bring our new baby home? midwives response

I don’t want too many visitors when we first get back home. Am I being unfair? midwives response

I’m scared to touch my baby’s cord stump – should I be cleaning it? midwives response

My friend’s baby had colic and it was really scary. Will my baby get it? midwives response

We’ve just got her home and she is crying continually. I’m not having much success with breastfeeding – could she simply be hungry? midwives response

My midwife says that we have a baby who likes to comfort suck. I’m very reluctant to introduce a dummy – should we? midwives response

How should I wrap my baby in the cot? midwives response

How often should I change her nappy? midwives response

Should my baby wear her hat indoors? midwives response

How should we deal with nappy rash? midwives response

How often should I change her clothes? midwives response

What is meconium? midwives response

Should we keep our cat away from the baby? midwives response

She screams when I undress her. What can I do? midwives response

When can we take her out? midwives response

Can she sleep for long in her car seat? midwives response

What’s the best way to carry her? midwives response

My wife won’t let me do a thing but I want to get better at it. How can I help? midwives response

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