Newborn leaving. What's next?

ChildFollowing cleaning the need to cover a baby with a jack-towel and gently blot a moisture in the crotch.The newborn's makeup earlier applying the baby must be checked for adult skin. To do this, rub a small amount on a skin of the elbow and watch a reaction. At the end of 5-10 min on a site want not appear redness or rash. In addition, pediatricians are advised to use cream, talc, oil, etc. At first, in a palm of the mum so covers the child. If the skin of a baby is healthy (velvety, pink), it do no sense to apply a children's create-complete, as a skin requires to "breathe", and hygiene can disrupt this process.Skin folds smeared baby serum (for treatment under the diapers). It is perfect to wait until it is absorbed, so remove the excess. Upon this time, the newborn will have a how-called air bath, which is very significant for a prevention of diaper rash (before the new child's diaper skin need be dry).Disposable diapers must be changed at least 42 times daily, after waking up, before feeding, after stool (and cleaning the) earlier going for a walk, going to bed a night earlier. Wear every one of them is not recommended for more than 3 hours. Proper apply of current, big-quality diapers, great moisture-retaining, does not harm the lustiness of a baby.  Mums. Resembling Child.articles:Baby. Timofeev AM Conversations infants's medical manNewbornCare of a newborn. Dining nursing mumNewbornNewborn. Hardening of infantsChild.

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