The three most common things newborns do every day are drink milk, sleep and cry. He can\’t speak, so many parents don\’t know what a newborn is like. However, the neonatal period is also a period with a very high mortality rate, because at this time the child has just come out of the mother\’s womb and is not very adaptable to the external environment. If a child who is not cared for properly and is sick is not discovered, he is very likely to die. For example, Cristiano Ronaldo\’s twin son unfortunately died in infancy. Jin Xing, the daughter of the famous medical expert Jin Maoyue, mentioned: In their time, the mortality rate of children was as high as 62%! Therefore, as a mother, you must learn to observe the signals sent by your child, be aware of the child\’s illness in a timely manner, and take your child to the doctor promptly, so that you can better protect your child\’s healthy growth. When a newborn sends out 11 signals, it means there is something wrong with the body. Parents should seek medical treatment in time. The first signal: difficulty breathing. Under normal circumstances, the number of breaths per minute of a baby is 20 to 40 times. Of course, occasionally children will have shortness of breath. , or apnea occurs, but it is shorter than 10 seconds. If the child\’s respiratory rate exceeds 60 times per minute, and when breathing, the intercostal space begins to sag inward and the nose flaps are inflamed, then the child should be sent to the doctor immediately, as it is most likely to be a serious respiratory disease. The second signal: Diarrhea. Under normal circumstances, a child drinking breast milk will have 3 to 4 stools a day. However, if the child has 6 to 8 stools or more a day, and the stools are very high in water content, then it is very likely that the child will have diarrhea. Diarrhea. Diarrhea in children is very likely to cause dehydration! When the child has more bowel movements than the number of feedings, for example, the child has 10 bowel movements a day but only drinks milk 9 times a day, then the child should be sent to the hospital immediately. The third sign: Constipation: When a child is born, he or she will have at least one bowel movement a day. If the child does not have a bowel movement once a day, it may be constipation, and the child should be sent to the doctor immediately. The fourth signal: Unable to wake up. Under normal circumstances, a newborn will sleep for about half an hour to an hour at a time before getting up to drink milk. If a newborn sleeps for more than 5 hours at a time, he will not wake up automatically to drink milk. , then you should be alert that your child is suffering from narcolepsy and seek medical attention immediately. The fifth signal: Tearful If the child\’s eyes are always teary, it is very likely that the child\’s nasolacrimal duct is blocked. Some serious nasolacrimal duct obstruction may require going to the hospital for treatment, so the child has nasolacrimal duct obstruction, or even If the eyes are red and secrete mucus, you should send the child to the hospital for treatment immediately and handle it under the guidance of the doctor. The sixth signal: fever If a child over 6 months old has a fever, there is no need to worry because the temperature regulation center of a child over 6 months old is relatively mature, and fever regulates his body\’s immunity. However, newborn fever is a very serious matter, because newborns are not prone to fever. Once a fever occurs, it may represent a serious problem, or it may be bronchitis or even pneumonia, so once a child finds that his body temperature exceeds 38 degrees Even if it is 37 degrees 6, take off your clothes and give your child a bath. If the temperature is still that high, send him to the doctor immediately. The seventh signal: loose skin. Under normal circumstances, newborns have some degree of loose skin, butIf your child\’s skin is severely sagging and looks soft, like a puddle of water, it may be a problem with the child\’s nervous system, and you should seek medical attention promptly. The eighth signal: jaundice. Under normal circumstances, a child\’s physiological jaundice begins to appear three days after birth, reaches its peak at seven days, and slowly subsides in about half a month. If your child\’s jaundice does not subside for more than three weeks, or even continues to turn yellow, see a specialist to find out what is causing the problem. Sign 9: The child keeps shaking. After the child is born, due to the imperfect development of the nervous system, there may be some shaking, but it will only appear in the chin or hands. If the child\’s entire body is shaking, it is like a convulsion. , then you should take your child to see a doctor quickly. It may be epilepsy or hypoglycemia. Sign No. 10: Umbilical Cord Infection When newborns are discharged from the hospital, their umbilical cord stumps usually have not fallen off, so parents should also pay attention to disinfection at home. If the disinfection at home is not done properly, redness, swelling or even purulence around the umbilical cord may be found. The baby will cry when you touch it, so you must take the baby to see a doctor in time. Sign 11: White mouth that cannot be washed away. If you find that the white inside the newborn\’s mouth cannot be wiped away with gauze, it may indicate that the child is suffering from thrush, which is a fungal infection and needs to be taken care of. The child went to the hospital to be prescribed some medicine to deal with it. Therefore, in the care of newborns, attention should be paid to all aspects. Parents should pay attention to observe all aspects of their children\’s condition, and seek medical treatment in time once the above 11 symptoms are discovered. The above content mainly refers to the book \”American Academy of Pediatrics Parenting Encyclopedia\”, which divides the development of babies into newborns, 1 to 3 months, 4 to 7 months, 8 months to 1 year old, and in children There will be corresponding health observation before 8 months. For example, you should pay attention to whether the child has ear infections, eye infections or rashes from 1 to 3 months, and whether the child has respiratory infections. During the health observation of children aged 4 to 7 months, it is necessary to check whether the child has otitis media, sinusitis, influenza, sore throat, vomiting, etc. Therefore, it is recommended that parents buy this book so that they can know which aspects of their children\’s bodies we should pay attention to at each stage, when we should go to the hospital, and when we don\’t need to pay attention. And this book has now been revised to its seventh edition and has been sold all over the world. It summarizes the parenting issues, education issues and safety issues for babies from birth to five years old. The book has more than 800 pages in total, which can be said to be a very comprehensive summary. Parents buy it as a parenting pillow book. When their child has a problem and they can\’t make up their mind, they can read it first. If they need to go to the hospital for treatment, they must go there in time to avoid delaying the baby\’s condition. If it can be dealt with at home, It will tell us how to deal with it. It can be said to be an encyclopedia of parenting.