1. How often should I bring my baby in for examinations?

2. When should my baby have a blood test for jaundice?

3. What is the minimum number of times I should feed my baby each day?

4. What is the longest period of time I should let my baby go without eating?

5. What sorts of things should I be watching out for in terms of behavior or appearance?

6. How will I know if I should call you and how do I reach you?

7. What else should I know about my late preterm newborn that I didn’t know or think to ask you?

Read more on how to care for your late preterm infant.

If your newborn baby is premature we have a range of articles that can help you to care for your baby, Visit Born Too Early (Prematurity)

Also do read our Newborn Skin Care Basics and visit our Diapering Zone where you can see our Diaper Rash Guide.


The Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN) promotes the health of women and newborns.

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