1. Physiological jaundice

The main reason is that the fetus in the intrauterine hypoxia environment stimulates the production of red blood cells too much, so that the source of bilirubin in the early neonatal period is more than that in adults. In addition, the neonatal hepatocytes have poor uptake, binding and excretion of bilirubin, which can cause physiological jaundice. It usually appears in 2-3 days after birth and subsides in 7-14 days. The general condition is good, with self limitation, no treatment is needed, and the prognosis is good.

2. Sneezing

Neonatal sneezing occasionally is not a cold phenomenon, because the operation of neonatal nasal blood is more vigorous, the nasal cavity is small and short, if there are external small substances such as cotton wadding, fluff or dust, it will stimulate the nasal mucosa and cause sneering, which can also be said to be a way for the baby to replace the hands to manage the nasal cavity. Sneezing in cold air. Unless the baby has runny nose, or parents can not worry, do not easily let the baby take cold medicine.

3. Peeling

Almost all newborns will have peeling phenomenon, whether it is slight dandruff, or peeling like a snake, as long as the baby diet, sleep is normal. Peeling is because the top layer of newborn skin cuticle development is not complete, easy to fall off.

In addition, the basement membrane between the epidermis and dermis is not well developed, which makes the connection between the epidermis and dermis not tight enough and increases the chance of epidermis falling off. This kind of peeling may occur in all parts of the body, but it is more obvious in the limbs and behind the ears. As long as it falls off naturally when taking a bath, there is no need to take special protective measures or forcibly tear off the peeling. If desquamation is accompanied by other symptoms such as redness, swelling or blisters, it may be a symptom and need to be treated.


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