Importance of postnatal care
ANEW father would be excited to welcome his wife and their new baby home. Besides thinking about the commitment and responsibilities, he also wonders, “How is my wife and our baby doing?”
Most women who had a vaginal birth will sustain perineal trauma, ranging from bruising and tearing to episiotomy. Early detection of perineal wound infection is an important part of a midwife’s postnatal role. A midwife also advises on ways to relieve perineal pain and promote wound healing.
Babies also can have health issues that are different from older children and adults, like yellowing of the skin or neonatal jaundice. High level of bilirubin can damage the brain. Early detection of neonatal jaundice is, therefore, crucial. All babies should be checked by a health care provider within the first five days until two weeks of life to detect possible jaundice.
A midwife visitation provides the benefits
High levels of bilirubin can damage the brain. Early detection of neonatal jaundice is, therefore, crucial.
of one-on-one consultation, personal examination for your wife and baby and advice on breastfeeding techniques or challenges.
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