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Monthly Archives: July 2013

Mastering the Diaper Change: A Guide

A newborn typically goes through 10-12 diapers a day including majority wet and a few solid ones. Changing diapers is a real test for new parents. No matter how much you plead, your little one won’t stand still. To add, he may continue with his business spraying a bit on you in the bargain.  All the mischief is forgiven!  What ... Read More »

Tips to Cope with Rashes During Pregnancy

Pregnancy brings about several changes in the body. This includes changes to the condition and appearance of the skin.  During the 2nd and 3rd trimesters of pregnancy, many women complain of rashes and severe skin itching. Rashes are not a threat to your health or the health of your baby. However, it tends to be a very embarrassing situation. The ... Read More »

The Dangers of Smoking During Pregnancy

When your OB gives you a list of the DO’S and DON’TS for the next nine months, smoking finds its spot among the “DON’TS” somewhere above or below alcohol. Smoking is damaging to both, but poses greater health risks to the unborn child. It is the root cause for many birth defects.  Despite this, there are many women who continue ... Read More »

11th Week of Pregnancy – You’re extremely Tired!

With other organs already in place, the focus is on the reproductive system. The little one is eating, sleeping and making merry. But on the outside mommy dear is having a tough time. No matter what you do there’s never enough of energy. You’re feeling nauseated and aches and pains are getting intense.  Only two more weeks to go and ... Read More »

5 Ways to Measure your Baby’s Body Temperature

Body temperature is an important indication of a baby’ overall health. Many mothers still use the palm of their hand to feel their baby’s body. They try to determine if the baby has a fever or not by feeling their forehead or the armpits. Though popularly used, these temperature-measuring techniques are not accurate enough. To get the accurate body temperature ... Read More »

Tips to Care for your Newborn’s Umbilical Cord

The umbilical cord plays a crucial role in the growth and development of the fetus in the womb. It supplies blood and nourishment to the baby while also facilitating the elimination of wastes. After birth, the mother fulfills the baby’s nourishment needs through breastfeeding. Therefore, it does not require the umbilical cord any longer. The umbilical cord is clamped soon ... Read More »

Tips to Calm your Birth Fears

Every mother-to-be grapples with some or the other fear- the fear of pregnancy complications, fear of birth defects and even the fear of childbirth. However, it has been studied that a vast majority of women dread the prospect of labor and delivery more than anything else.  You may have tried to conquer this fear with a childbirth plan. It makes ... Read More »

How to Calculate Your Conception Date

The moment couples learn of their pregnancy they are eager to find out when their baby will make its grand debut. But, there are some who are equally excited to determine the date when their baby was conceived.  You’re one of them and you’re not very keen on troubling your doctor for it. Then, is it possible to calculate the ... Read More »

10th Week of Pregnancy – Get ready to Debut your Baby Bump

With pregnancy symptoms such as morning sickness, fatigue, dizziness and frequent urination, there is no denying you are pregnant. However, besides your spouse and a few close family members no-one knows about it.  Here’s the good news! You may finally be able to see an extra tummy curve. But, there’s a flip side too. Buckle up for the aches and ... Read More »

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