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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)
Last Month of Pregnancy Checklist November 15, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Health, Health & Safety by Dr Nikhil Datar

Join a Lamaze class if required. It might help a lot to learn some techniques that you need to use during childbirth Learn about Cord-blood banking and how it works as you might want to save or donate your umbilical cord You could do a hospital trial run if

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Last Month of Pregnancy Checklist
What to Do in Your Last Trimester? November 10, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Health & Safety, Pregnancy, Preparing for Baby by admin

Special care about stretch marks should be taken. The mother should regularly massage her little bump with lotion or oil. It is necessary for the would-be mother to start shopping for tools and clothing that may be needed during the extended stay at the hospital. It is also essential

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What to Do in Your Last Trimester?
Painful Problems: Responding To Abdominal Pain During Pregnancy October 5, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Gynaecological Concerns, Pregnancy by admin

Stomach pain is nobody’s idea of a good time, even more so if it occurs during pregnancy. The truth is, abdominal pain, as alarming as it can be, isn’t always a reason to fear. It can be an organic part of pregnancy, a response to the growing changes your body

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Painful Problems: Responding To Abdominal Pain During Pregnancy
How To Survive The Longest Stage Of Pregnancy – The Final Two Weeks September 16, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Pregnancy, Preparing for Baby by Dr Archana Kankal

You have come a long way and it's just a few days before you ooze out your baby. You might be thinking for shortcut or tricks to overcome the toughest time but there is no such way to trespass the final two weeks. The newbies think that they cannot flap

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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 Care Advice for Your Last Trimester September 4, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Health & Safety, Pregnancy, Preparing for Baby, Preparing For Pregnancy by Dr Meeta Chawhan

Perform squats and Kegel exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles for delivery Massage your bump with lotion or oil to minimise stretch marks Take a lactation class to learn how to breastfeed effectively Take a Lamaze class to allay any doubts or fears regarding your delivery Seek information

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Pregnancy Care Advice for Your Last Trimester
Pregnancy Week 40 August 28, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Health & Safety, Pregnancy, Preparing for Baby by admin

Update on Your Baby Your baby will lose some more lanugo this week, but may still retain some on the shoulders, arms and along the folds of the skin. The bones have hardened by this week. However, the skull is still pliable, and the skull bones haven’t fused along their suture

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Pregnancy Week 40
Pregnancy Week 39 August 27, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Diet & Fitness, Health & Safety, Pregnancy, Preparing for Baby by admin

Your Baby’s Size 20 inches, or the size of a pumpkin. Tips for an Expectant Mom Dos Take time out for yourself, your partner and your family. Whether or not this is your first baby, things are going to get busier soon, and you should take it easy now. Although you are close to your

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Pregnancy Week 39
Pregnancy Week 38 August 27, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Daddy's Corner, Mom’s Corner, Mother’s Care Products, Pregnancy by Dr Witty Raina

Complete your final round of shopping. Buy your baby’s cradle, clothes, diapers, towels, napkins, mosquito net and feeding bottles, and keep them washed and ready. Must Read: Numbness During Pregnancy Don’ts Do not buy too many baby clothes right now, as it is too early to gauge your baby’s birth size correctly. Tips for an

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Pregnancy Week 38
Pregnancy Week 37 August 26, 2018 in About Pregnancy, Birthing Experience, Mom’s Corner, Pregnancy, Preparing For Pregnancy by Dr Manjiri Kulkarni

Your Baby’s Size 19.1 inches, or the size of Swiss chard. To Know More: About What to Do in Your Last Trimester Tips for an Expectant Mom Dos Relieve pain around your vagina, buttocks and thighs by lying down or sitting with your feet raised. Use a maternity belt to ease heaviness or discomfort in your abdomen,

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Pregnancy Week 37
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

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