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Bathing an Infant: 10 Tips to Make Life Easier for New Moms July 3, 2020 in Baby, Baby Developments, Effective Parenting, Mom’s Care, Parenting by Dr Meghna Manocha

Cleaning the genitals is important. Use a clean and moistened cotton ball.  Know to test rub soaps. Before using a bar of soap for the first time apply it on a little part and observe if there is any irritation or redness in the area due to it. If

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Bathing an Infant: 10 Tips to Make Life Easier for New Moms
Mothers! Your babies recognize your voice & smell right from birth May 26, 2020 in Baby, Mom’s Care by Dr Sudhanshu Grover

Congratulations on having a baby! It’s the most wonderful time of your life. You mothers have a huge impact on the lives of your children throughout. In fact, you have a strong physical, emotional and developmental impact on your children even before they are born, while being in your womb.  Want

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Mothers! Your babies recognize your voice & smell right from birth
Food Cravings During Pregnancy March 16, 2020 in About Pregnancy, Diet, Mom’s Care by Ms. Vidhya Ramasubramanian

So you’re pregnant?  Have you started craving for the best and most unhealthy food yet? If yes, then it’s actually happening! You’re officially and precisely going through ‘food cravings’ that are a common feature in pregnancy.   Food craving is a natural occurrence during pregnancy. Common food cravings include sweet foods, fish, dairy products fruits,

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Food Cravings During Pregnancy
How to Wear your Seatbelt the Right way, when you’re Pregnant January 29, 2020 in About Pregnancy, Health & Safety, Mom’s Care by admin

So you’re expecting! Congratulation! We’re delighted to know that you’ve commenced your journey into the beautiful experience of becoming a Mother. You’ve probably heard this more than often now, but let me reinstate that since you’re protecting a tiny young life within you, so you’ve to be more careful now than

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How to Wear your Seatbelt the Right way, when you’re Pregnant
7 Super Healthy Snacks for Breastfeeding Moms May 29, 2019 in Health, Mom’s Care, Nutritional Insights by admin

Mother eating healthy food Breastfeeding brings about a beautiful bond between a mother and her child, it is known to be very fulfilling for both and during the process hormones like prolactin and oxytocin work to build a nurturing and loving relationship between the mother and the child. Breastfeeding woman needs

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7 Super Healthy Snacks for Breastfeeding Moms
Mucus in Stool While Pregnant – Should You Be Worried? May 23, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Health, Mom’s Care by Dr Ritambhra Bhalla

Dehydration can also lead to mucus in stool. Infection in the stomach or other parts of the digestive tract may also result in mucus. Food allergies can also result in mucus excretion. Must Read: How To Tackle Backaches During Pregnancy Many doctors recommend various vitamin supplements to women before

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Mucus in Stool While Pregnant – Should You Be Worried?
Jumping during Pregnancy – Is it Harmful? May 21, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Health, Mom’s Care by admin

Exercising and staying physically active is one of the best ways to stay healthy and fit. Jumping is a fun exercise that is also helpful in burning away some calories. However, if you are pregnant, doing certain exercises can be dangerous for you as well as the health of the

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Jumping during Pregnancy – Is it Harmful?
Second to None: 7 Differences to Expect Between Your First and Second Pregnancies January 9, 2019 in About Pregnancy, Baby, Baby Basics, Baby Developments, Health, Mom’s Care, Positive Parenting, Pregnancy, Preparing For Pregnancy, Second Pregnancy by Dr Chitralekha N Dambekodi

Nothing can make you ‘feel’ more pregnant than a blooming belly. And because your abdominal and uterine muscles have already expanded with pregnancy before, they’re more flexible than last time, allowing you to show sooner. Must read - What are the Pregnancy Questions to Ask Your Doctor? Your Belly Might Drop

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Second to None: 7 Differences to Expect Between Your First and Second Pregnancies
Baby Sleep Patterns: Everything You Need to Know November 17, 2018 in Baby, Baby Basics, Mom’s Care by Dr Meena Venkatraman

While your baby nested in your womb, he or she has adapted to your sleep-wake cycles, thanks to measured amounts of cortisol and melatonin transported through the umbilical cord. However, the process of birth robbed your baby of this acquired circadian rhythm, leaving him or her unable to distinguish

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Baby Sleep Patterns: Everything You Need to Know
Breastfeeding In Public: Dos and Don’ts to Keep In Mind September 11, 2018 in Birthing Experience, Mom’s Care, Mom’s Corner, Parenting by admin

Must Read: About psychological benefits of breastfeeding 3. Celebrate the Process Breastfeeding is nothing to be ashamed of; it’s a beautiful bonding process with your baby whose every moment you ought to cherish. Keep your chin up regardless of where you are. 4. Pack Light If you’re used to having an arsenal of nursing

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Breastfeeding In Public: Dos and Don’ts to Keep In Mind
Pregnancy Week 36 August 26, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Health, Mom’s Care, Pregnancy, Preparing for Baby by Dr Manjiri Kulkarni

Update on Your Baby Your baby’s brain has been undergoing rapid development and he or she has now started blinking. The lanugo, or thin hair covering your baby’s skin, will begin to fall off this week. Your baby will swallow the lanugo through the amniotic fluid, and eventually excrete it through

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Pregnancy Week 36
Pregnancy Week 35 August 25, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Daddy's Corner, Health, Health & Safety, Mom’s Care, Pregnancy by Dr Manjiri Kulkarni

Welcome to Week 35 You are only two weeks away from completing the 8th month of your pregnancy! Here are some important pointers for this week. Update on Your Body Your uterus sits about 6 inches above your navel this week. You may have gained between 10-13 kilos since you first got pregnant.

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Pregnancy Week 35
Pregnancy Week 34 August 25, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Daddy's Corner, Health, Health & Safety, Mom’s Care, Pregnancy, Preparing for Baby by Dr Ritambhra Bhalla

Welcome to Week 34 You are now almost midway into your 8th month and even closer to your due date. You may feel more discomfort now, but remember that you only have six more weeks to go! Update on Your Body Your uterus is now positioned approximately 5.5 inches above your navel. The

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Pregnancy Week 34
Pregnancy Week 33 August 24, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Daddy's Corner, Health, Health & Safety, Mom’s Care, Pregnancy, Preparing for Baby by Dr Ritambhra Bhalla

Continue to keep your feet raised when you sit or lay down, to avoid swollen feet. Must Read: Pregnancy meal planners: Trimester by Trimester Tips for an Expectant Dad Dos Spend extra time with your older child to assure them that you still love them just the same and that the arrival of a new

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Pregnancy Week 33
Pregnancy Week 32 August 24, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Daddy's Corner, Health, Health & Safety, Mom’s Care, Pregnancy, Preparing for Baby by Dr Seema Sharma

Welcome to Week 32 Week 32 brings you another week closer to meeting your bundle of joy. This week, you will be completing your 7th month of pregnancy! Update on Your Body Your uterus now sits around 5 inches above your navel. Since it is so high, it may push into your ribs,

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Pregnancy Week 32

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