Below are general signs that your baby is not getting enough fluids or is dehydrated:
• baby's fontanels (soft spots on their head) and eyes are sunken
• baby cries but no tears are produced
• baby has dry or brittle hair and/or skin
• baby is lethargic
• baby has gone more than 6 hours without a wet diaper.
Contact your healthcare practitioner immediately if your baby is showing any of these signs.
See this Q&A to find out how to tell if your baby is getting enough nutrients and calories.