Once you go home, it’s important to know what to watch for that may indicate a problem for yourself or your baby.
Call 911 or go to the emergency room (whichever is faster) if your baby:
Call your baby’s health care provider if you are concerned for your baby or have any questions related to your baby’s health.
These signs can be a matter of life or death. Call 911 immediately if you are having any of these signs:
Call your health care provider immediately if you are having any of these signs. If you cannot reach your health care provider, go to an emergency room or call 911 right away.
Call your health care provider if you are concerned for your health or have any questions related to your health.
Sudden unexpected infant death (SUID) describes the sudden and unexpected death of a baby less than 1 year old. These deaths often happen during sleep or in the baby’s sleep area. Though sleep-related deaths are rare, they are the leading cause of death in infants in the first year of life.
Learn about safe sleep practices.