Having a child in the hospital can be the single most difficult thing for any parent.
What do you do with yourself while your child is being cared for by doctors and nurses?
Some parents fear that asking to participate in the care of their baby will get in the way of the professionals.
That's actually not the case. Rest assured, most nurses are eager to help you become the expert in your little one's care.
The fear and anxiety that come with having a child in the hospital can be debilitating.
Dr. Elizabeth Mack, MD, shares advice for parents dealing with a child in the hospital, including how to be the best advocate for your child, how to work with the medical team and other insightful information that is helpful for parents to know.