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The first few weeks at home with your new baby can be challenging for any parents. Please reach out to your family doctor, our office or the Well Baby Clinic (Healthy Babies, Happy Families) for support. We've also included the following resources for many common questions and concerns.
Infant Hearing Test
Here is a helpful PDF Brochure about the Infant Hearing Program by the Ontario Government. To learn more click the image above.
Screening for Heart Defects in Newborns
Here is a helpful PDF about the screening process and the importance of this screening test. To learn more click the image above.
It is quite common for women to experience postpartum "blues" in the first 2 weeks after their baby is born. However, mood changes can become more concerning if they persist. Please reach out to your health practitioner and refer to some of the following resources. Also, please check out our "Mental Health" section under "Resources".
Pelvic Floor Health
Many women will experience weakness in their pelvic floor after childbirth, which can result in urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse over time. Kegel exercises and pelvic floor physiotherapy can be very helpful to prevent and treat these common issues.
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