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Jun, 2019

The Value Of Breast Feeding

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To breastfeed or not is a personal choice.However, medical experts recommend exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months. After 6 months,the baby can be introduced to other food along with breast milk. This could be small portions of grains, fruits, protein,…

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Jun, 2019

The clothes and equipment babies need

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You are about to be new parents and are excited to have everything in place for the baby before you welcome him or her home. The shopping list could be huge and confusing making you pull your hair wondering what should be bought and what should be left out. Here is a list of things that you should purchase that your baby will need in the first few months. Necessities…

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Jun, 2019

Is Your Baby Is Getting Enough From Breastfeeding

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New mothers worry about their child not getting sufficient breast milk and the adequate nutrition that her baby needs. It is,however, not possible for the mother to understand how much milk her nursing baby is actually drinking. Here are…

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Jun, 2019

Baby’s Weight Gain After Birth

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After birth, all babies will lose weight but within 2 to 3 weeks’ time, they get back to their birth weight. The baby is weighed usually: Once a month until she is 6 months old Every two months after until the baby is 12 months old Every 3 months after the babies first birthday Factors that affect the baby’s weight The weight of the baby is dependent on how close…

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Jun, 2019

What Are The Medical And Nursing Care Needs For New Born Baby

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Medical care for your newborn baby New born screening New born screening is a screening test that is done within the babies first 72 hours of birth. It lets the doctor check for any congenital metabolic disorders. These affect…

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Jun, 2019

When To Stop Breast Feeding

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Breastfeeding your newborn baby is the best and there is no doubt about that.Breastfeeding lets you develop a strong bond with your baby and we all know about the benefits of breastfeeding for both the mother and the child. As with all good things,breastfeeding has to end at some point in time. This is what is known as weaning. It is important to understand the signs that tell you that…

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Vitamins In Infancy (For Babies)

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Jun, 2019

Vitamins In Infancy (For Babies)

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Babies do not get the required quantity of vitamins through their diet. As they grow up and start to take regular food, still there is a deficiency of vitamins for those how do not eat a varied diet. This…

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Jun, 2019

When The Breast Milk Seems Insufficient

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A small percentage of new moms may have trouble producing breast milk. This could be because of some medical condition. Here are a few medical reasons for a low supply of breast milk. Excess of blood loss during birth or because of the placenta fragments being retained in the body History of the thyroid, polycystic ovarian syndrome, hormonal disorders, or diabetes A condition of mammary hypoplasia in which the mother…

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Jun, 2019

Breast Feeding Vs Bottle Feeding

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Doctors encourage mothers to breastfeed their babies unless there is a medical condition to not do so. Breastfeeding is a health-conscious option and parents should consider this. Many medical communities suggest breastfeeding strongly because of the health benefits that…

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Jun, 2019

15 Ways to restore hormonal imbalance after pregnancy and post pregnancy

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Introduction Estrogen and progesterone are the hormones that play a vital role in pregnancy and post pregnancy periods. Progesterone is mainly produced from the placenta. After pregnancy, when the placenta is removed from the body, the level of progesterone in the body will drop down rapidly. This causes an increase in the level of estrogen in the body. This situation in the body is called estrogen dominance and it has…

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