Many parents rely on Tylenol to reduce their infant’s fever or discomfort. How often you should administer the medication will depend on various factors, such as dosage.
Many women are opting to put off motherhood to pursue careers and stability, which means more potential mothers are wondering how to improve their egg quality. Can it be done?
How to get your child to show the pediatric dentist their smile, not tears.
The vasectomy recovery period can vary, but most men can resume normal activities within a week.
A sperm allergy can cause fertility problems in some couples, but treatment options are available. Here’s where to start.
An episiotomy may be necessary to safely deliver your baby and prevent tearing. Here’s how to heal up faster.
Breastfeeding can help you lose your baby weight faster, but it’s not guaranteed to happen. Here’s why your breastfeeding weight loss might not be happening the way you expected.
Approximately half of all women who experience a miscarriage before the 13th week of pregnancy will require a procedure known as a D&C. Here’s how it affects your chances of getting pregnant in the future.
Taking a bath after a caesarean section usually feels like a relaxing trip to heaven. But how long do you have to wait?
Women often wonder if pregnancy changes their pelvises. Will there be a noticeable difference in their hips before and after pregnancy?
Many breastfeeding mamas notice that one breast produces more milk than the other. Don’t fret – this happens more than you might think.
You may think you’re in the clear after undergoing tubal ligation. However, while over 99% effective, the procedure does not always prevent pregnancy.
Here’s when the experts say it’s safe for your baby to enjoy this delicious treat.
If you’re breastfeeding and considering getting a tattoo, you may be concerned about the risks involved.
Here’s what to listen for if you think you baby may have RSV.
I was surprised when my pediatrician told me not to use lotion on my newborn. Here’s why they recommend against it and the facts about when you can start using lotions.
If your baby has suffered a fall, its perfectly natural to make sure that he or she is okay before you put them down to sleep.
You just slathered your baby in baby sunscreen and you’re ready for your day out at the beach. Then you realize you forgot to bring your own skin protection. Can you safely use your child’s sunscreen?
Prune juice is a proven constipation remedy and good source of iron and potassium. Learn how to make prune juice at home for your baby.
Just like adults, babies have earwax that protects the ear canal. While some ear wax is harmless, a buildup may cause irritation and interfere with hearing. Here are some of the best ways to safely clean your baby’s ears.
Making the transition from breast or formula feeding to whole milk is a big step for babies as well as parents. With doctors recommending you wait until 1 year, many parents are asking if 11 month-olds can make the switch.
No contraceptive comes without drawbacks. While it takes just days for birth control to leave your system, it can take months for your hormones to stabilize.
Amoxicillin treats a host of bacterial infections, such as pneumonia and ear infections. While deemed safe for babies, amoxicillin side effects are common.
So you think your baby may have a sunken in soft spot. Learn what causes a sunken soft spot and what to do now.
Does a spoonful of sugar help the medicine go down? Not always. Learn how to get your toddler to take medicine without a struggle.