When should you change your baby's diaper?
Novice mothers are not yet familiar with the use of baby diapers, and have many questions in their hearts, so we will answer some questions for mothers, hoping to help you.
When to Change Diapers
In the early stage of use, the diapers should be changed frequently, no matter whether the child urinates or not, it should be changed every 2-3 hours. As the child continues to grow, the number of diaper changes will gradually decrease, starting with an average of ten times a day, and gradually reducing to six times. If the baby has urine and feces on the diaper, it should be replaced immediately, and the baby's buttocks should be cleaned with warm water and cotton gauze. Never wipe it with a wet towel; after cleaning, wait for the little buttocks to dry completely before changing to a new one. Diapers. If there is some redness on the baby's buttocks, mothers don't panic, you can apply some ointment, which can be eliminated in a short time. Endless troubles after overage use Generally speaking, the best time for a baby to stop using diapers should be before the child is 2 years old. If you have been using diapers all the time, the habit becomes natural, which can easily lead to habitual or lazy bedwetting. In addition, the best time to stop using diapers is summer, because if they are suddenly stopped in winter, the child will lie wet after bedwetting and catch a cold easily. Especially after they can walk, it will affect their walking posture.
As for when it should be replaced, follow these simple guidelines:
after each bowel movement
before or after each feeding
when baby wakes up
before baby sleeps
before taking your baby out