October 30, 2015
TAKING CARE OF YOUR BABY'S BODY! (PRIVATE PARTS)
Your lil one depends on you for proper cleanliness. It's your job to give her comfort by doing so. Here are few tips on how to keep your baby's private parts clean and fresh, keeping them comfortable and Not reachable to infections and diseases!:- Vaginal area All the vaginal area of a baby girl needs is a wipe with a moist clean cloth during diapering and bathing, taking care to wipe from front to back to avoid transferring bacteria from the anus to the vagina. Circumcised penis All you need to do for a newly circumcised penis is keep the skin clean with soap and water as a part of normal bathing. For both circumcised and uncircumcised baby boys, it's best to avoid bubble baths, which can be drying and irritating to penile tissue. For the first few days after a circumcision, the penis may look quite red, and you may notice a yellowish secretion. This is actually a good sign, indicating that the penis is healing normally. Though circumcision sites rarely get infected, signs of an infection include redness that persists, a swollen penis tip, and crusted yellow sores that contain fluid on the end of the penis. If you notice any of these, call your doctor immediately. Uncircumcised penis When cleaning or bathing an uncircumcised baby boy, don't try to retract the foreskin. You won't be able to for several months or even years – it takes this long for the foreskin to separate from the penis. When the foreskin has separated and can be retracted safely (your doctor will tell you when), you'll need to retract it occasionally to clean the end of the penis underneath. Very gently and quickly, you wipe off the white, waxy substance known as smegma that appears on the head of the penis. Take good care of your baby's body keeping in mind it's not as strong as yours. Stay KAMSIFIED!!!