When can I give my newborn a bath? How often should you bathe a newborn? What's the right water temperature? Not to worry. We've got all the bases covered
In the beginning, a sponge bath with a warm, damp washcloth is all your newborn needs. Before giving your baby her first tub bath, wait until her umbilical cord falls off, which usually happens ten to 14 days after birth. When your baby is ready to go in the tub, it's fine to use just water.
Before your baby's umbilical cord stump falls off (between 10 days and three weeks after birth), it's best to sponge-bathe her to avoid getting the cord stump wet.
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When Can I Give My Newborn A Bath
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