What to remember if your newborn has a big or unexpected day: – Keep your baby warm and comfortable.
– Make sure your baby gets enough rest.
– Be aware of your baby’s temperature.
– Keep an eye on your baby, especially if your temperature is rising.
– Take your baby to a hospital if you notice a change in the baby’s condition or breathing.
– Do not rush the appointment, as this could result in the birth being cancelled.
– Don’t delay in coming to a decision about the delivery.
– Ask your doctor if there are any concerns or concerns about your baby.
– If you have any concerns about the baby, do not hesitate to talk to your doctor.
– Call your GP if your infant has a history of seizures, bleeding, or fever.
If you or your baby has symptoms of dehydration, ask your doctor for a referral to a medical facility.
If your baby comes in with any of the following symptoms: a high fever, sweating, or difficulty breathing;