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Postnatal exercise

Postnatal exercise is one of the most important aspects of the postnatal care period. Despite losing the combined weight of the baby, the placenta, and the amniotic fluid, you will still be heavier than you were before you became pregnancy. You may even find that you have to continue to …

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Postnatal care

Although your new baby will probably give you great emotional satisfaction, Postnatal care is important as you may be physically uncomfortable. Your body has gone through many changes during pregnancy and it will take a while for it to return to its pre-pregnancy state. Six weeks after the birth your …

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Baby falls into gorilla cage

When traveling outdoors with a baby it is important to make sure that you are more vigilant. But in spite of this warning, parents tend to get distracted by the surroundings and make mistakes. Recently there was news about an accident where a baby falls into gorilla cage. A Zoo …

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Baby belly button fall off

When your baby is developing inside your body, he will be getting his nourishment through the placenta and is connected by the umbilical cord. At the time of birth the umbilical cord is cut and there is stump at the belly button. This procedure is done painlessly and one must …

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Do babies poop in the womb

Many new mothers have the question “do babies poop in the womb”. The answer to it is, yes, the babies do poop in the womb. The poop in the mother’s womb is called Meconium. This is very normal and can happen many times. It becomes common when the birth of …

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Baby poop chart

Most parents maintain a baby poop chart, in order to ascertain the number of meals and the time of baby poop. When taking care of the baby, it is difficult to remember the time when they pooped and thus the chart comes in very handy. If your baby is passing loose …

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Mucus in baby poop

When there is mucus in baby poop, it may be due to a change in diet or due to drooling, especially during the teething period. It has been observed that the baby poop keeps changing in appearance and texture giving an indication about the baby’s health. During the first few …

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Newborn always hungry

My newborn is always hungry, this is a common complaint amongst all new mothers. Newborn always hungry is not unusual. Newborn babies usually don’t define correlate feedings with hunger, especially breastfed babies. For them feedings are a solace from this strange world they are unaccustomed to. They derive comfort and …

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Baby inhaled water

Babies are fragile and they must be essentially handled with care. When babies are born, their bones are as light as feathers and one must take utmost care while handling the babies. There are many instances where the baby may suffer from suffocation as the baby inhaled water. This is …

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2 month old baby boy

Most parents think that all that their 2 month old baby boy does is feed, poop and sleep, but they fail to realize that their baby boy has emotions. It takes only the trained eye of an experienced parent to gauge the emotions of your 2 month old boy. As …

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2 month old baby diarrhea

Just when you think that you have got the hang of parenting, everything changes, as your 2 month old baby diarrhea is causing the baby to be more irritable due to fever and vomiting. If you take the baby to the doctor, he will ask you if the baby has …

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Dental Case Study-1: Post extraction bleeding

Today a patient wanted a complete new denture for herself as her present removable partial denture was causing her pain. She had few teeth approximately six teeth in her right lower arch and few root stumps on the other side of the mandibular arch. She is sixty years old and …

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15 weeks old baby Sleep

You may come across many books that will give you practical advice for taking care of your15 weeks old baby, but nothing can prepare you for the reality. As your 15 weeks old baby has become more active, you will have to be more vigilant and make sure you remove …

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14 weeks old baby Sleep

A doctor once said that when he heard comments like “I am at the end of the rope” or “we are out of our wits” from the parents of 14 weeks old babies, he could predict what was coming next. It certainly had to do with sleep deprivation, due to …

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