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Is Your Baby Dehydrated? Know the Signs and Proper Treatment

What is dehydration Dehydration means that the body has lost too much fluid or that does not receive enough fluids. Dehydration usually occurs because of: fever, vomiting, diarrhea or overheating. Dehydration is not rare in infants and young children and can be very dangerous if not treated in time. Symptoms …

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The first three months of a baby’s development

One of the most frustrating parts of being a new parent is feeling clueless about your baby’s wants and needs. Caring for your baby can be hard. But do not despair, there are beautiful moments while your baby grows, that will be an unforgettable experience. The first month – Babies …

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Myths and facts about pregnancy and weight

If you are pregnant, you will probably hear many stories about how to find out the sex of the baby, and tricks for easier delivery. But you should be particularly careful with myths about weight gain and pregnancy. The maintenance of healthy weight is important to reduce the risks as gestational …

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Breastfeeding TWINS

Breastfeeding is the best way of feeding babies. Some women try breast-feeding and give up after a few feeds, because they are often in doubt whether they have enough milk to breastfeed two children. Here are the answers on the most common questions.  Do I need to breastfeed babies at …

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FUSSY EATERS

It is unrealistic to expect your child to eat virtually everything you serve. For children it is normal to be picky when it comes to food. Some have an repulsiveness to any new food, and some after a time begin to refuse food, which until yesterday worshiped. Fussiness is the …

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How To Make Homemade Baby Food?

Although today there are many companies that produce baby food, however many mothers choose to feed their babies with homemade food. Preparing baby food is not so difficult. The best thing about this food is that you know exactly what eats your baby. If you decide to use homemade baby …

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Bedwetting In Children

Bedwetting is an unpleasant problem that causes shame, anxiety, low self-confidence in children and panic among their parents. Also known as nocturnal enuresis, bedwetting is characterized by involuntary discharge of urine during sleep. Most often this problem disappears with children’s growth, so there is no need for excessive concern, but …

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Don’t Panic! Reasons Your Period Might Be Late

Delayed menstruation can cause unseen panic or unimaginable happiness. Women who are trying to become mothers would gladly accept the delay of the menstrual period, but everyone else would be upset for sure. Many factors affect the cycle and can move the menstruation which is key to female reproductive health. Here’s …

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Boost Your Immune System With Diet

Prevention is always better option than any medicine. For your body to fight viruses and bacteria hidden virtually anywhere, you need to have a strong immune system. There are various ways to improve your immunity, but one of the most effective is through diet. Balanced feeding gives the body all the …

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Fight Yeast Infections Naturally

Yeast infections are common in. Three of four women had a yeast infection at some point in their lives, and most of them have faced such an infection, two or more times. The appearance of vaginal yeast infection creates frustration and discomfort, because it causes symptoms such as: itching in the …

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Candida: Yeast vaginal infection

One of the most common gynecological problems faced by women are vaginal yeast infections. 75% of the female population at some point in life will face this disease. It is an infection of the vagina and vulva, caused by fungi. The most common cause is Candida albicans (more than 90% …

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Premenstrual syndrome (PMS)

WHAT IS PMS? Premenstrual syndrome is a condition that is very difficult to define, because can appear many different signs and symptoms. This term describes a number of physical and emotional changes such as mood swings, breast sensitivity, the need for certain foods, fatigue, anxiety and depression. These symptoms appear …

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Get Pregnant Faster

Conception or creation of new life is a wonderful experience, try to enjoy it. There are no rules that allow you to become pregnant that month, but there are some things that will help increase the likelihood that your pregnancy will occur more rapidly. Make a general gynecological examination and …

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Seasonal Allergies

Symptoms of allergies and colds are quite similar, but if you always occur in the same period, probably is seasonal allergy. Seasonal allergies have symptoms that occur at the same time throughout the year, usually when mold will begin to emit spores, or trees and grass when bloom and release pollen. Immune …

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Amazing Facts About The First Trimester Of Pregnancy

Life begins at fertilization. In human life never happens so fast and big changes, as in the first 9 months before birth. Here’s what happens with your baby from the moment of conception. Day 1: The Conception form a new and unique personality. Has already certain a person’s sex, eye …

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The Secret Life In The Womb

It is thought that parenting begins with the birth of the baby. With the technology development, uterus is no longer dark, sealed place, but increases insight of what happens in the womb and opens a whole wealth of life changes, emotions and so on. The influence of parents and their relationship …

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Mom’s Body After Pregnancy

So many body changes and you wonder when you are going to get back your pre pregnancy body. Having a baby is a wonderful thing, but the body after childbirth is not exactly like that. Many women are surprised by his appearance after delivery, do not know what to expect. …

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Antibiotics are not always the answer

Don’t give your child antibiotics on your own! Always consult a medical doctor. Very often, when there is a problem, parents seek for advice in pharmacy and take medicines without prescription. But remember, give your child antibiotic only with the recommendation of a doctor and a confirmation that it was …

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Tooth Care

Baby teeth Baby teeth in children are just as important as permanent. They keep the space for permanent teeth. In case of early loss of baby teeth due to caries or damage, adjacent teeth move in the free space. This leads to crooked teeth and wrong grow of permanent teeth. …

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Pet and Child NOT in the same room

Many prospective parents wonder is it wrong if their children stay in the same room with their little domestic pet. Pediatricians recommend young children shouldn’t share the same air with pets. Here are a few reasons why this is so: No matter how much you work and take all preventive …

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TIPS for traveling with young children

Traveling with children, especially when you go to a distant destination,can be very hard. Parents in these situations are wondering what they should do to keep their children to be calm longer period. It has been proven that children are not easy to drive on a long destination with car …

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LAST WEEKS of your pregnancy

35th week – Increased back pain As your baby continues to grow, uterus presses the spine. These changes can lead to pain in the spine. Please your partner for massage. Wear shoes with low heels, but not flat. 36th week – Mother feels problems in stomach The growth of the …

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ТHIRD TRIMESTER

Nearing the day when finally, after nine months you are going to see and hug your baby. Some women in this period suffer of swelling, irritability, fatigue. But very soon comes the day when you will become a mother and all pregnancy problems will become history. 28th and 29th week …

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Your First Trimester- Week-by-Week

5-10th week of pregnancy – Embryonic period and organogenesis During this period, embryo is nourished by chorion, until placenta takes over its function. Vital organs develop. This is the most sensitive stage of development of the fetus. That means the maximum avoiding all harmful factors, starting from medicines, alcohol, tobacco, …

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FIRST TRIMESTER

The first three months of pregnancy are very important period of the development of the fetus. Starts two weeks after conception and lasts three months. Very unstable period in pregnancy because the risk of spontaneous abortion is biggest. Therefore, many future parents wait to pass this period before publishing the …

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Moms! What about PACIFIER?!

Are they good for your baby Babies are born with a strong reflex for licking, they lick fingers while still in the womb. Many babies find comfort in the pacifier and they soothe.Тhere are conflicting opinions, we will list the pros and cons of giving the baby a pacifier. Positive …

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Leg cramps during pregnancy

Causes of leg cramps during pregnancy Cramps are stark pain in the legs caused by a sharply constriction of the muscles. It is thought that possible causes of leg cramps during pregnancy is the pressure of the uterus on the blood vessels of the legs, and thus preventing the circulation …

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Importance of ACID FOLATE

Folic acid is the synthetic form of vitamin B-9, which belongs to the B group of vitamins. Folates are very important for the body, taking part in many metabolic processes and are necessary to the health of every person. Folate participate in the synthesis of nucleic acids (DNA and RNA), …

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Trying to get pregnant?

You’ve probably heard that most women have ovulate on day 14 of the cycle. That’s not true. This theory is based on the calendar method for determining ovulation. If you have a perfect cycle lasting 28 days, where luteal phase lasts just 14 days, you probably have ovulation around day …

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Does my child have an ear infection

An ear infection  is very common among preschool children, especially in winter months. It is often difficult to recognize that it is an ear infection, but you should pay attention to some signs on the baby. If you suspect that your baby has an ear infection take it to be …

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What to do when your child has a fever?

Pediatricians recommend when a child has a fever should increase the intake of liquids (soups, teas, juices) to avoid dehydration, and infants should be more frequently breastfed. Also, showering with warm water of about 32 to 33 C temperature, not with cold water, or massaging the body with a cloth …

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Rules for successful breastfeeding

Breastfeeding is the most important and most precious part of the mother. However, it is a new experience, so it is normal to feel uncertain. The newborn infant has its own instincts , but to allow successful breastfeeding you need to learn the rules of breastfeeding. Before you begin breastfeeding …

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5 Facts about milk

Breast milk is the best choice for feeding your baby. But this is a new role for you, so it is normal to  feel uncertainty about the technique of breastfeeding and the way will unfold. 1. Breast milk is unique and irreplaceable natural food for infants and breastfeeding is a unique …

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Risks in pregnancy

Pregnancy is the most beautiful part of a woman’s life. Pregnant women in this period would normally live and perform their daily duties, taking care of themselves and the fetus she carries. But every pregnancy is not the same, which means that some may be susceptible to complications in the …

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The newborn is here! What now?

The first six weeks with a newborn are a blur of sleepless nights, uncertainty and tears (yours, due to the fact he can’t produce them yet). It’s also a time of intense bonding with a wonderful little person. There are all sorts of a laugh complications thrown in. When you …

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5 Things that cause Diaper Rash

What does diaper rash seems like? In case your infant’s diaper region seems irritated and red, chances are it’s diaper rash. The skin can also be a bit puffy and feel warm when you touch it. Diaper rash can be slight, with just a few prickly red spots in a small location, or large, with soft red bumps that spread to your infant’s tummy and thighs. Most parents should cope with diaper rash at some point, mainly in the first year or so in their infant’s life. How did my baby get diaper rash? Diaper rash can be as a result …

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Diet for Breastfeeding mama

Many new moms wonder how breastfeeding will affect their diet. You probably don’t need to make any major changes to what you eat or drink when you’re nursing, though there are a few important considerations to keep in mind: Eat a well-balanced diet for your health One of the wonders …

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