When Should I Call My Baby's Doctor?
This four-page handout educates parents and other caregivers about how to know when to call the baby's doctor. It provides a list of warning signs for problems that are more serious than the common health problems infants and newborns can experience, and identifies when the baby's doctor should be called, and when 911 should be called. The document clarifies that parents should call the baby’s doctor, their family doctor, or a health clinic if they have any concerns about the baby's health. It provides recommendations for what information parents should have written down before calling the doctor.
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