The Age Of The Baby Is Allowed To Swim?
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In general, babies aged 6 months and above are safe enough to be invited to swim. Make sure your child can lift his head upright and stable. Infants who are still very small cannot control their head, so it is easy to swallow water which can cause choking, irritation to the lungs, or even drowning. You need to make sure your child does not swallow pool water because the baby can become infected by germs in the pool. Mothers need to hold the baby while the baby is in the pool, do not just rely on swimming belts or other tools. Position the baby in a horizontal position with the neck and head above the water. The temperature of the water in the pool should also be warm enough for the baby. Babies are more prone to hypothermia due to water temperatures that are too cold. Chlorine in pool water can cause irritation in babies. If this happens, take your baby to see a pediatrician.
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