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  • Postpartum
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    Tips for Bringing Your Premature Baby Home

    It's important to remember that your baby is coming home because they are well enough to leave the hospital, and the staff on the unit will be there to help you feel confident in all areas of your baby’s care.

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  • Breastfeeding
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    Feeding Your Premature Baby

    It's important to remember that it's completely normal for a premature baby to have feeding difficulties, and you're not alone.

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  • Nappy Changing
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    How to Change a Premature Baby's Diaper

    Changing your premature or sick baby’s diaper is a big part of their care routine and can lead to better long-term outcomes for their development.

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  • Postpartum
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    How to Take Care of Yourself When Your Premature Baby is in Hospital

    Self-care may be at the back of your mind, but it's so important. After all, you need to be physically and emotionally able to look after your baby.

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  • Cups & Weaning
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    Exploring Textured and Solid Foods With Your Baby

    Introducing your baby to solid or textured foods (also known as weaning or complementary feeding) usually starts when they're around six months old.

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