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Energy and uninterrupted time are necessary for important things like enjoying your spouse and baby, and learning to breastfeed. It’s best to keep the numbers and the duration of visits and telephone conversations to an absolute minimum. Sharp HealthCare hospitals have e-mail services to help friends and relatives to keep in touch with patients. Sharp patients’ loved ones can visit the Sharp web site and click on “Email a Patient.” E-mail is wonderful because it doesn’t interrupt rest, adult mealtimes or infant feedings. A relative, friend or caregiver who helps parents keep up with calls, e-mails, and thank you notes during the hospital stay and in the first weeks at home can be a blessing. Some new dads volunteer to write all the thank you notes after the first baby is born, and enjoy their wives’ appreciation for years and years.

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