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Children’s health and parenting :
Neonatal Jaundice / Jaundice in NewBorn

Neonatal jaundice is yellowing of the skin of newborns caused by excess bilirubin in the blood. It is a common condition, affecting up to half of full-term babies and more than 80% of premature babies. Phototherapy – exposure to certain kinds of light – is usually effective therapy for the condition.

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1. Which doctor should you consult?

You must consult a Neonatologist or a Pediatrician

2. What is Neonatal Jaundice?

It is the yellowing of the skin in newborns.

3. Who gets Neonatal Jaundice?

It develops in newborn babies during the first few days of their life.

4. How serious is Neonatal Jaundice?

The prognosis is usually good, but rarely severe cases are seen.






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