@Anonymous Dear parent, I can imagine how hard it must be for you right now. There are a few things you should do immediately: 1. Kindly visit a lactation consultant in any hospital near your house. A lactation consultant can help your baby latch, and also suggest the most comfortable position for you to breastfeed in. You could also invest in a sturdy breastfeeding pillow that helps keep your baby in a comfortable position while feeding and prevent backache for you. 2. In the meantime, kindly start pumping your milk using a breastpump to avoid breast engorgement. Pumping will also ensure that your milk supply doesn't go down, because breast milk works on the principle of demand and supply. Night crying could also happen because of a number of reasons. One of course is she could be hungry. But she could also suffer from colic. After your breastfeeding issue is resolved, kindly visit a paediatrician to check your baby for colic. Also ensure a comfortable room temperature at night and give your baby a slightly warm bath before you change her in her night clothes. Please keep us posted about your baby, so that we can continue to be of assistance to you.
@Anonymous Before using diaper, can apply diaper rash cream to prevent rashes. Can be applied only if you see any rashes on child otherwise its not required to use regularly. Everytime while changing diaper just wipe the child with wet cloth and use diaper to prevent rashes.
@Anonymous If you find rashes frequently, then, use the wipe and also take the baby to the bath tub and wash with water everytime. You can use mild soap/baby soap. Dry and use little diaper rash cream before putting the diaper on. Some rash creams work better than others. Find one that suits your baby. Using water and then keeping it dry can actually avoid the rash and the irritation. Please do try. Good luck.