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Baby No. 2… Are You Ready?

Whether it is your toddler asking for a sibling or you are thinking of getting him a playmate, “Baby No. 2” calls for some planning. You’ve been down this road before and are not as anxious and ignorant as the first time. But, planning a second child is as perplexing as the first. Factors such as family, relationship, lifestyle, work ... Read More »

Tips To Cope With The 5 Aches And Pains Of Pregnancy

Pregnancy is a mixed bag. The joy of a baby has no equal in our materialistic world. Nonetheless, there is another undeniable fact. The pain and discomfort brought on by pregnancy. Every pregnant woman experiences some kind of pain the most common of which is backaches. This article sheds light on the 5 aches and pains of pregnancy. Lower Back ... Read More »

Tips to Get Your Baby to Sleep through the Night

Getting your baby to sleep is a feat in itself. For all those who think we are exaggerating, wait till your little one comes along.  Fresh out of childbirth, you’re extremely exhausted. You’re dying to get a good night’s sleep, but you’re baby does not allow it. Not that he or she is doing it on purpose, only that they ... Read More »

Best Pregnancy Tips for Stretch Marks

Uh oh! It finally happened! The scrawny red lines a.k.a. Stretch marks you’ve been dreading right from the start of your pregnancy have made their grand debut. According to experts, stretch marks accompany more than 50% pregnancies. The medical terminology for stretch marks is Striae gravidarum.  Stretch marks usually occur in the last trimester or in the early weeks after delivery. Common ... Read More »

7 Ways to Boost Your Fertility

Couple’s who have not been able to conceive despite trying for a while tend to get anxious. They dread the word “Infertility”. Delayed conception does not always mean you are infertile. In a majority of instances it is the outcome of wrong lifestyle habits or disregard for health. Thus, minor alterations can make a “THE” difference to your life.  Given ... Read More »

25th Week of Pregnancy… A brush up on Co-ordination and Control

The first few months were dedicated to the development of the organs. A few weeks later, the body systems started chugging. This week your baby has taken another leap. In the 25th week, your little one is learning to co-ordinate body movements.  Baby Development During the 25th week of pregnancy, your baby measures more than 13 inches in length and ... Read More »

Bleeding During Pregnancy – Is It Normal?

One morning the unexpected happened… You spotted a few drops of blood on your underwear. Frantically you called up your doctor and a few hours later you were at his office waiting to see him. After a thorough checkup you were sent home with the assurance that everything was normal. But, somehow you were not convinced.  Bleeding is not a ... Read More »

24th Week of Pregnancy

You’ve almost completed the second trimester. The fetus is growing rapidly and will gain an average 4 ounce per week hereafter. As far as you are concerned, you should be gearing up for a series of tests.  Baby Development At 24 weeks your baby measures 12 inches in length; that’s a foot long. The fetus weighs between 1 ¼ – ... Read More »

Delivery Room Tips for First-Time Dads

You’ve been her pillar of strength and support during the past nine months and it’s the same she expects during those agonizing hours in the delivery room. You want to be there for her too. To help her get through the pain and cherish together the first cry of your little one. But the question is how?  You don’t know ... Read More »

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