Many people experience some nipple pain from breastfeeding or chestfeeding or cracked nipples from breastfeeding or chestfeeding. Mild nipple pain is expected and should fade in a few days.
No one can know precisely when they will get their first period, but it will come sometime during puberty. For some girls, puberty starts at age 8, but for other girls, this can happen as late as 16. Everyone’s different!
Most pediatricians recommend only sterilizing for the first four months. After that, using soap and water is enough. Almost every other thing that your baby puts in their mouth is unsterile, including the human breast!
I'm often asked as a pediatric physiotherapist, “Can I use a bumbo, floor-seat, exersaucer, jolly-jumper with my baby?” This is a highly controversial topic in the therapy world, and quite often a polarizing one. Over the years, even my own opinion has changed as I’ve grown as a therapist and become a mother myself. Here's my answer ...
(Video Inside) Pediatrician Dr. Dina Kulik is sharing her tips on what to look for if your child experiences a head injury, or fall.