neonatal(redirected from neonatally)
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neonatal/neo·na·tal/ (ne″o-nāt´'l) pertaining to the first four weeks after birth.
neonataladjective Referring to the newborn period, by convention, the first 4 wks after birth
neonatalPertaining to a new-born baby.
neonatal(of newborn offspring, particularly human) the first month of independent life.
Patient discussion about neonatal
Q. Should I vaccinate my newborn against Hepatitis B? I am 9 months pregnant and am expecting to give birth anytime soon. I understood that my newborn will receive a vaccine against Hepatitis B in the hospital. Why is this so?
before you would like to go on with any vaccination, you should check out this very long list of links:
at the bottom you will also find links in english. vaccinations in general are very disputable/dubious and it is probably time that we learn about it.
Q. Is there a bigger risk of autism for the newborn in twin pregnancy?
Q. I gave birth a short while ago, and since then I just can't stand my husband. is that normal? It's very strange, because we used to be such a great couple but since the baby came into our lives, I am tired all the time, and basicaaly every thing he does gets me so annoyed. Could it be the hormones? will we get back to how we used to? (This is a great site - I feel I can finally ask questions I was too ashamed to ask my family and friends :)