How often should diapers be changed?
by：ECO BOOM 2022-10-03
Many mothers say that changing diapers is difficult. It doesn't matter if it's cold or hot, no matter how sleepy you are, your baby has to pee at night. You have to get up to change the baby's diaper! With the birth of disposable diapers, it not only frees up part of the mother's sleep time, but also saves a lot of time washing diapers, which is just a powerful helper for mothers to raise their children. However, diapers have a strong function of absorbing urine and locking water, but there is a layer of plastic film waterproof layer, which can reduce the breathability of diapers. If you don't change diapers for a long time, it will breed bacteria. In addition, irritated feces can lead to red buttocks, diaper rash, and even urinary tract infections in babies. Generally speaking, newborn babies due to physical development are not perfect and have almost no urine, so babies have to urinate frequently every day. As a result, mothers need to change their babies' diapers more frequently, about every two hours; this improves as babies get older, basically every 3 to 4 hours, up to 4 to 4 6 hours; if your baby has a bowel movement, you should change the diaper immediately, regardless of age. At the same time, after defecation, the baby should pay attention to clean the baby's buttocks with clean water, so as not to stimulate the baby's buttocks. Of course, some mothers can't give the exact length of time, so they can pay attention to these points and signals: 1. After feeding: After 15-30 minutes of feeding, the baby's urine can be excreted. 2. Bedtime: Check the baby's diaper for dryness before going to bed 3. Wake up: When the baby wakes up, it usually urinates. 4. Before going out: Check before taking your child out. Observing the baby's expression: By observing the baby's expression, analyze whether the baby wants to defecate and whether the diaper needs to be changed. When the baby is playing, it suddenly quiets down, or makes a mistake, pushes hard with a 'humm' sound, and generally begins to poop.
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