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PreemiePro is a blog about the things I've learned while caring for my premature son. Readers are welcome to post their comments and experiences!

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Latest Blog Posts for PreemiePro

  • Whooping Cough: Immunizations part ll
    on Jul 23, 2010 in Whooping Cough/Pertussis
    I could start this post by telling you how many children I've come across with horrible coughs this summer or I could start by telling you what made me decide to go ahead with my son's 4 month vaccinations but I won't. I'll start by saying, the decis...
  • What is Cradle Cap?
    on Jul 20, 2010 in Cradle Cap Baby Dandruff
    My son was born with a full head of beautiful black hair! Every nurse in the NICU loved his hair and as he grew older, his hair grew even thicker! When my son was about 2 months old, he began to develop a bad case of baby dandruff. He had a thick and...
  • Once a Preemie, Always a Preemie
    on Jul 18, 2010 in Preemies
    Months after my son was born and many months after he reached his desired weight, I remember looking down at my son saying, "What works for other full term babies won't work for him, he's a preemie!" But he wasn't a preemie anymore; he was...
  • ROP: Retinopathy of PrematurityYour infants doctor has just made the diagnosis of Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) or Retrolental Fibroplasia. What does this diagnosis really mean, what is the possibility of total vision loss, why was my baby diagnosed and can it be corrected? Wh...
  • Speech and Language Development
    on Jul 17, 2010 in Speech and Language Milestones
    I have a great little sheet of speech and language milestones! My birthing hospital placed it in my go home packet and I thought I should share it with you. Remember, preemie development is tracked according to their adjusted age (due date), not birt...
  • What is Cradle Cap?
    on Jul 10, 2010 in Cradle Cap Baby Dandruff
    My son was born with a full head of beautiful black hair! Every nurse in the NICU loved his hair and as he grew older, his hair grew even thicker! When my son was about 2 months old, he began to develop a bad case of baby dandruff. He had a thick and...
  • ROP: Retinopathy of PrematurityYour infants doctor has just made the diagnosis of Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) or Retrolental Fibroplasia. What does this diagnosis really mean, what is the possibility of total vision loss, why was my baby diagnosed and can it be corrected? Wh...
  • Skin Allergies in Infants: Eczema
    on Jul 1, 2010 in Skin Allergies: Eczema
    A baby's skin goes through lots of changes, from baby acne and cradle cap to basic shedding. Most of these changes come and go without much intervention or discomfort. But some changes to the skin should not be overlooked. My son had fine bumps on hi...
  • Skin Allergies in Infants: Eczema
    on Jul 1, 2010 in Skin Allergies: Eczema
    A baby's skin goes through lots of changes, from baby acne and cradle cap to basic shedding. Most of these changes come and go without much intervention or discomfort. But some changes to the skin should not be overlooked. My son had fine bumps on hi...
  • Once a Preemie, Always a Preemie
    on Jun 30, 2010 in Preemies
    Months after my son was born and many months after he reached his desired weight, I remember looking down at my son saying, "What works for other full term babies won't work for him, he's a preemie!" But he wasn't a preemie anymore; he was a healthy...
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