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Many parents worry about their newborn's health, especially when their baby's not young enough to tell where it hurts. So the line between just being a great parent, very careful and protective, and being paranoid, is a very thin. So, when to call the doctor? Here are some symptoms you need to consider and that might help you:Fever- one of the most common things that worry a whole family; mild fevers are common and usually harmless, but keep an eye on the thermometer. If your baby is younger than age 3 months, contact the doctor for ... Read More
Taking care of your baby means taking care of your baby's teeth and you can also face some teething problems. You may already know that an average age for the first signs of teething is six months, but this is a variable fact. In some cases babies are already born with a tooth, and others wait for a whole year for the first teeth to show up. So here's a list of things you should know about teething problems: If by 18 months your baby hasn't already any sign of teeth, you need to see a doctor about this. It's a problem that needs to... Read More