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- Holding your baby in an upright position to allow the baby to burp for about half an hour after each feeding is very important.
- Plan activity or play time in the two-hour period before a feeding, whenever possible.
Safe Sleep Environment
Follow safe sleep guidelines (see HH IV-69 Safe Sleep Practices for Babies and HH-IV-117, Healthy Sleep Habits for Infants and Toddlers).
Be sure the crib is a safety approved crib with a firm mattress and a close-fitting sheet.
Place your baby on his back during sleep. The side is not a safe position, as babies can roll. The mattress should be flat (head not raised).
When the baby is in bed be sure both side rails are up.
The baby’s crib should always be in a smoke-free area.
Always use an appropriate car seat for all travels. When not traveling, do not leave your baby in a car seat to sleep.
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When to Call the Doctor
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Your child has breathing the 1 last update 03 Aug 2020 problems such as difficulty breathing, breathing stops, baby turns blue, chronic cough or wheezing.Your child has breathing problems such as difficulty breathing, breathing stops, baby turns blue, chronic cough or wheezing.
Fever - temperature taken under the arm that is higher than 100°F.
Baby seems to be in pain.
Constant crying and the baby cannot be consoled.
Baby vomits half the 1 last update 03 Aug 2020 the feeding or medicine more than once.Baby vomits half the feeding or medicine more than once.
Vomiting of feeds worsens.
Your baby looks dehydrated (dry mouth, sunken eyes, sunken soft spot, and very little urine output).
No urination for six or more hours.
If you have any questions, be sure to ask your doctor or nurse, or call ____________________.
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) in Infants (PDF)
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