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Here you’ll find all articles about sick babies and how to help them.
The posts include what to do when your baby has a cold, is running a fever, or seems to have a stomach bug. You’ll find posts about babies with eye infections, mucus, seizures, a bad cough, and many more issues.
Sometimes it is difficult to know if a baby really is ill or not. Here are some signs that your baby is sick. This is not a complete list, and since you know your child the best, following your intuition regarding changes in your baby’s health is important.
Some signs that your infant is ill:
– Fever equal to or greater than 100.4F (38 C) by rectum. If your baby is less than 6 weeks old with a fever of 100.4F (38 C) or higher, call the doctor immediately.
– Vomiting (not just spitting up) more than one feeding in a day and your baby doesn’t usually do this (for example from acid reflux).
– Diarrhea or loose watery stools that are more frequent than usual.
– Refusal to eat for more than one feeding, gets unusually tired while suckling or falling asleep in the middle of successive feedings.
– Lethargy or listlessness, i.e. sudden and prolonged decrease in activity level.
– Unusual skin rash.
– Fast breathing (over 70 times per minute) or difficulty breathing. Fast breathing can mean a high fever so check your baby’s temperature.
– Persistent irritability.
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Q&A: My newborn baby vomits then passes out and become limp for about 1-2 minutes. Doctor says reflux. Can this be true? Learn about possible reasons here!
Q&A: My sick baby will not drink anything! ER sent us home, but I am very worried! Here's how to combat dehydration at home when your baby refuses to drink.
Baby makes stranges sounds and gasps when pooping and after and even when changing diaper. What can this be? (Find reasons here!)
Q&A: Our baby's arms start to shake when he is attempting to grab something or when annoyed or sleepy. Is it a neuro problem? Find possible reasons here!
Q&A: How can I help my baby with acid reflux? He cries a lot and I'm feeding him plenty. How can I make him more comfortable? Find tips here!