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The journey of a baby born at 25 weeks October 16, 2019 in Baby, preemies by Dr Deepak Vasudev

Rehana was put on intravenous nutrition through a specialised catheter via umbilical vein soon after delivery. The umbilical cord which gives nourishment to a developing baby in the womb contains two arteries and veins. Doctors use these blood vessels and put catheters to monitor blood pressure, take samples and also

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The journey of a baby born at 25 weeks
Breastfeeding – Everything you need to know October 8, 2019 in Baby, Effective Parenting, Feeding by Amrita Desai

If a baby is unwell then the breast milk composition alters to provide the additional energy that the baby needs. Breast milk helps with increasing the baby’s immunity which means that an exclusively breastfed baby needs less visits to the pediatrician for commonly occurring illnesses such as cough, cold etc.

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Breastfeeding – Everything you need to know
29 weeks with a large duct (Patent ductus arteriosus) October 4, 2019 in Baby, Baby Developments, Birthing Experience, Parenting, Positive Parenting by Dr Deepak Vasudev

Must Read: Signs and Symptoms of Preterm Labour Aryan required significant breathing support initially, and on the 3rd day of life an echocardiogram ("echo") ultrasound test that uses sound waves to view the heart was conducted showed large Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA)/ Duct. The duct is a blood vessel which bypasses blood

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29 weeks with a large duct (Patent ductus arteriosus)
Weight Gain after Miscarriage September 26, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Diet & Fitness, Health, Mom’s Corner by Dr Seema Sharma

Ways to control weight gain after a miscarriage: Consume adequate amounts of water Try avoiding stressing about things you can’t change Avoid eating due to emotion triggers Try eating healthier stuff instead Switch to your pre-pregnancy diet Exercise and feel healthy Must Read: Tips on how to avoid miscarriages Try surrounding yourself

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Weight Gain after Miscarriage
Uterine rupture during pregnancy – Causes, Symptoms & Treatments September 23, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Health by Pratibha Singhal

Must Read: Placenta Previa: Causes, Risk, & Treatment Sign and symptoms Foetal distress - Abnormalities in foetal heart rate as measured by an electronic monitor, this is the most important sign and is present in 79-89% of the patient with uterine rupture. Lesser intensity contraction or no feeling of uterine contraction Sharp

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Uterine rupture during pregnancy – Causes, Symptoms & Treatments
Does your kid have fever? Here are some home remedies for children suffering from fever. August 25, 2019 in Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Food by admin

Catching a fever is a tiring experience, not only for your kid but also for you. It is best to administer such medicines only if natural ways to reduce fever fail, or in the following cases when you must contact your pediatrician immediately, in case:   Your infant with a fever of

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Does your kid have fever? Here are some home remedies for children suffering from fever.
Learn more about baby cord blood banking August 23, 2019 in Baby by Dr Meena Venkatraman

Cord blood After childbirth the placenta and the umbilical cord contain traces of blood. This is called the cord blood. This blood is collected right after birth. The cord blood contains the baby’s cellular blueprint in the form of stem cells and is used to treat certain disorders. The cord blood

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Learn more about baby cord blood banking
Constipation in babies, here’s a list of food that can relieve constipation in infants August 20, 2019 in Baby, Health by Dr Meena Venkatraman

Seeing one’s baby in pain, especially due to constipation is a great misery for parents. If one’s child has just started eating solid foods and is finding it difficult to pass stools or has dry and hard stool, this means the baby is suffering from constipation.  Constipation is majorly caused due

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Constipation in babies, here’s a list of food that can relieve constipation in infants
Giving birth for the first time? Here’s how your brain changes after childbirth August 19, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Baby by admin

Giving birth changes a lot in a woman. It not only changes a woman’s body but also the way she thinks in various ways. The most important change happens in the mother’s brain. She starts to associate herself with her baby much more than before. Her individuality dissolves into the

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Giving birth for the first time? Here’s how your brain changes after childbirth
Breastfeeding is a family affair August 19, 2019 in Baby, Effective Parenting, Feeding, Mom’s Corner by Dr Deanne Misquita

Getting the family on board for the breastfeeding decision is very advantageous for the breastfeeding mom and helps her to breastfeed her baby for a more extended period more likely exclusively. Breastfeeding is no longer considered a mothers domain, close support from her partner, family, healthcare professionals and workplace enable

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Breastfeeding is a family affair
Nursing your baby can be easier than you thought : Breastfeeding Postures for new Moms August 1, 2019 in Baby, Effective Parenting, Feeding by Mrs. Ruth Patterson

In case the baby is positioned incorrectly, its mother's breasts might not be able to produce more milk to quench its hunger. If the mother is hunched over her baby, there could be more troubles than foreseen. Hence, Instead of hunching the mother should keep her back straight her newborn

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Nursing your baby can be easier than you thought : Breastfeeding Postures for new Moms
Premature Baby Care Tips July 30, 2019 in Baby, Effective Parenting, Parenting, Positive Parenting, Special Child by Dr Meghna Manocha

A baby has arrived home. Isn't that a delight. It reached before time, but everyone in the family is more than happy to welcome the youngest member of their family. Being a mother of a premature baby things change. There is nothing more exciting than welcoming one's bundle of joy home

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Premature Baby Care Tips
How to keep your baby’s skin clean without using harsh chemicals July 29, 2019 in Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Developments, Effective Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

Babies develop many skin conditions during the first few months of life. These include: Cradle cap, Diaper rash, Toxic erythema, Milia, Infantile acne Birthmarks Eczema prickly heat Some skin conditions are caused by normal hormonal changes or immature pores, while others are caused by inflammation or, rarely, an infection. Some issues might get aggravated with certain soaps etc. Best pediatrician near

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How to keep your baby’s skin clean without using harsh chemicals
Did you know how swine flu affect babies? July 28, 2019 in Baby, Health, Health & wellness, Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

Swine flu is caused due to the H1N1 virus. Symptoms of Swine Flu are the same as those seen with a common seasonal viral infection. The main symptoms are  Fever,  Cough,  Sore throat and  Runny nose Other common symptoms are Muscle pain,  Headache  Fatigue Some people may also have vomiting and diarrhea Babies

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Did you know how swine flu affect babies?
Passive smoking and how it affects pregnancy July 22, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Health by admin

People are advised to quit smoking when they conceive. However, according to studies, merely leaving smoking is not enough to counter the effects of cigarette exposure. Many women get exposed to second-hand smoke. This might by through friends, and family members or the residue cigarettes leave behind.  These types of

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Passive smoking and how it affects pregnancy

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