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Or gotten home and thought of 10 questions they should have asked after the diagnosis Or gotten home and thought of 10 questions they should have asked after the diagnosis was given? Morchower understands. As a board-certified pediatrician and President of the Pediatric Society of Greater Dallas, he has helped thousands of parents by helping keep their child healthy.
Perfect for parents to have on hand and in the home for quick reference, this essential guide will alleviate fears and give parents the right advice to help their child feel better. Gary Gary Morchower M.
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Outstanding Teaching Award. He lives in Dallas, Texas. Maybe you just accept that your doctor is knowledgeable, and the only issue of concern to you now is that your child gets better. If any of these scenarios sound familiar, you are not alone. Traditionally, families stayed with the same pediatrician throughout childhood, so they became comfortable with each other over the years.
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Now, with the emergence of managed care, families may change doctors as often as their employers change insurance plans. Also, in the past, parents often relied on a helpful nurse to explain everything after the doctor left the room and to answer questions that came up. Perhaps the biggest change, though, is the length of the office visit. What kind of delivery do we want? Wherever you give birth, if the thought of seeing your in-laws while you're in labor makes you want to remain childless forever, your husband needs to politely explain your wishes before grandparents barge in.
Who will be our kid's guardian should something happen to us? How strict are we going to be? Kids learn from a shockingly early age which parent to ask to get their way.
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How will we discipline our kid? Will we send our child to public or private school?
The reason to have this talk sooner rather than later? It affects where you live and every single expense, because as your student loans never stop reminding you: Paying for education is freaking expensive.
Breast milk, cloth diapers, and growing and blending your own baby food is just the beginning. But if becoming an organic farmer isn't as important as being a sane mom, tell him where you stand.
- Questions to Ask Before Having a Baby - Parenting Topics You Need to Discuss With Your Partner.
- Heidi's Head: Healthy Baby Answers by Gary C. Morchower, MD;
- Jeff Gill, MD | Berkeley Parents Network.
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We're going to follow our pediatrician's recommendations for immunization, right? How will we handle any kind of coming out? But even if you know the father of your kids will love them unconditionally, if he's got older relatives who will shun a gay or trans grandkid, get on the same page about how you'd respond to that. How will we keep our relationship strong? Tackle how you'll keep the spark alive, whether through monthly date nights, a yearly weekend or week!
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