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Age specific questions from birth through about 3 months. Younger: pregnancy. Older: infant.

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It depends on all sorts of things. The big ones being cultural and religious. Outside of that, in the US, at least, male circumcision is still done. It's typically done a day or two after the birth …
answered Sep 6 '11 by DA01
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For a 10 day old, I'd not use soap at all. From the Mayo Clinic: The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends sponge baths until the umbilical cord stump falls off — which might take up to three …
answered Jul 1 '13 by DA01
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The question is if you need a pump or not. If you need a pump, get the electric one. For us, the pump was good for storing 'extra' (when mom needs a night off for instance). It was also a necessity …
answered Feb 28 '12 by DA01
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I'm a year late for this, but I used a tool cart from Northern Tool. Looked something like this: The advantages of this are It's sturdy buit in side-walls it has wheels It has built in, easy-to …
answered Jan 16 '13 by DA01
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I'll be the contrarian: read romance novels. Or mysteries. Or whatever type of novels you enjoy reading. You're not going to get a whole lot of reading time once the baby comes. As for reading parent …
answered Feb 21 '12 by DA01
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Many Hospitals in the US have Lactation consultants and this is all they do. We had issues with our second child that was stressing both the baby and the mommy out. The consultant came in and worked w …
answered Oct 13 '11 by DA01
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This question can quickly lead to a rant about how shoddy our US health care system is. Why our society deems dental separate from the rest of our body's well-being is beyond me. But I'll save that ra …
answered Aug 25 '11 by DA01