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How To Feel Like Yourself Again After Having a Baby?

How To Feel Like Yourself Again After Having a Baby?

Hi. This is Kaylee Cardona, a pediatric RN. And today, I'd like to discuss a question commonly asked by new moms, which is, "When will I start to feel like myself again after having my baby?" Give Yourself Time to Adjust Lots of moms have trouble adjusting to their...

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What to Do If Your Baby Has a Rash?

What to Do If Your Baby Has a Rash?

Hi. This is Kaylee Cardona, a pediatric RN. And today, I'd like to discuss what you should do if your baby has a rash. What Causes a Baby to Get a Rash? A rash on a baby can be caused by lots of different things. Sometimes it's caused by some sort of skin irritation....

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Should I Be Concerned If My Baby Is Spitting Up?

Should I Be Concerned If My Baby Is Spitting Up?

Hi. This is Kaylee Cardona, a pediatric RN. And today, I'd like to discuss whether you should be concerned if your baby is spitting up. The majority of the time, the answer is no, you should not. Is Spitting Up Normal for a Baby? Spitting up is developmentally normal...

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Could Your Baby’s Rash Actually Be Eczema?

Could Your Baby’s Rash Actually Be Eczema?

Hi, my name is Kaylee Cardona, and I'm a registered nurse. I've spent the last year working as a labor and delivery postpartum and NICU nurse, and for three years prior to that, I was working as a pediatric nurse. I'm also a mom of two. New Laundry Soap Can Cause Baby...

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Baby Fever 101: What To Do If Your Baby Has A Fever

Baby Fever 101: What To Do If Your Baby Has A Fever

Hi. This is Kayleigh Cardona, pediatric RN, and today I'd like to discuss what you should do if your baby has a fever. In my experience as a pediatric nurse, I've taken care of lots of babies with fevers, and what you're going to do for that fever is dependent upon...

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What Is Making My Baby Fussy?

What Is Making My Baby Fussy?

Hi, my name is Kaylee Cardona. I'm a registered nurse. I've spent the last year working as a labor and delivery, postpartum, and NICU nurse for three years. Prior to that, I was working as a pediatric nurse. I'm also a mother of two. When your baby is fussy, many...

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