i need serious help over here so i appreciate keeping any judgemental comments to yourself.i'm in trouble of failing my clinicalanyways here's how i do my assessment in maternity. the flr that we are on by the way is postpartum. and we do the morning shiftmother. 1. ask the mother when she last had a meal.2. ask about her previous pregnancy. how is the current one different from the last one.3. if she have other kids, i asked about their ages.4. her support system at home.5. do the physical assessments and question the mother for any changes in her status. -if vaginal i ask her about her bleeding if it was any different from the day before i was there. if she's c-section i check on her incision. - pain level. where if she is experiencing it. 6. do the hourly round safety checks. ~ suggestions on additional questions that i should ask the mother?7. give teaching if needed- breastfeeding ~ when baby won't suck. i advice changing breast feeding position make sure the baby is parallel to the mother's breast, take off some clothing of the baby, mouth stimulation feeling the upper palate, introduce the nipple to the baby's mouth.i know my knowledge on breastfeeding is not superb so additional information about breastfeeding is appreciated.neonate~ what other physical manifestations that may seem abnormal but is normal to a neonate such as dry skin, nasal congestion for a 1 day post partum (how long is this appropriate like is nasal congestion in a 3 day old post partum still acceptable?), acrocyanosis.diagnosisat the end of our clinical we have to come up with two nursing diagnosis that tie in with each other.that's where i'm having problems. the patients we get on our flr are usually healthy individuals. issues we often get are fatigue, breastfeeding ineffective, sleep deprivation, caregiver role strained, risk for , this wellness diagnosis abt. a parent's idealized idea of a healthy baby. so basically most diagnosis that we could come up with for our patients has to do more with their psychological and psychosocial well being ~ any suggestions for books? clinical handbook i could buy online. advices we'll definitely be appreciated.