Posted on May 17, 2010 | Comments 0
Baby’s first year Exchange from WebMD could be a useful resource for new parents to share and care; you can get an offer help for any number of subjects relating to newborn baby care.
If you want to know answers to questions such as “When do I call a doctor?” or about baby’s sleep and eating routine, fellow forum members will be able to help out with their experiences and suggestions.
For instance a mother with a very fussy child, who wants to be held all the time, is able to get reassurance that what she is doing is right when she lets him cry it out some of the time.
Another mother had a clogged milk duct that was hampering breast feeding and was making her fearful of an infection, was advised by another mother who had undergone a similar problem that pumping is the best way to clear a blocked duct.
Parents of a colicky new born are also offered useful advice of all sorts by parents who have been there and done that which may be very reassuring for new parents indeed.
What is also great about this newborn baby resource is that it is moderated by the WebMD site moderators, so that you know that the information you get is reliable.
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