Newborn jaundice is a common condition. It is caused by high levels of bilirubin (a yellow coloring) in your child's blood. This can make your child's skin and sclera (the whites of their eyes) look yellow. Your child may go home with some jaundice or may develop jaundice after going home.
Below are some questions you may want to ask your doctor or nurse about your child's jaundice.
Jaundice - what to ask your doctor; What to ask your doctor about newborn jaundice