Every new parent has to debate on calling the Midwife/Doctor/OBGYN/Pediatrician for something at some point.
No matter how wonderful (or awful) your professional is, you can't help but sometimes walking away feeling like a dork. I once went to see my OBGYN for a weird rash on my side that I thought was shingles that turned out being the seam of my new "tarp" shirt rubbing on my skin. Then, when my son was born, I waited more than a week to take him in for what turned out to be a wicked yeast rash. I was told it was because I wasn't changing his diaper enough so I was clearly neglecting him on two levels. Great.
To this I say, "whatever". Everyone says to trust your instincts but often you really aren't sure what to do so I worked out these handy diagrams to remind you to suck it up, Buttercup and just shrug your shoulders and move on.
Odds are you're going to feel like either a Overprotective Worry Wart or a cast member from The Real Housewives of Shitty City, but sometimes you're right and that's just gold, Ponyboy.