Patient EducationJul | 15 | 2019
Usually, babies go home after 6-8 weeks (1 ½ - 2 months). Your baby might stay longer or shorter depending on his needs and how well he heals and grows.
Your baby can go home when he reaches certain milestones (markers of good health and growth). This includes:
After surgery, your baby should be healthy and grow properly. He might need extra care from a specialist, such as a gastroenterologist (stomach and intestine doctor), feeding therapist or occupational therapist (person who helps with feeding and learning everyday living skills). Your baby might also need follow-up care from the surgeon.