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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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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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New Sibling At Home

The arrival of a new member in the family means a lot of changes. Parents have been prepared and when arrives the baby, all attention is directed toward him. These changes may be difficult for the first child. Very often it feels jealousy and behaves not friendly towards its new sibling. …

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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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How do pregnancy tests work?

Most women know how it feels to be in limbo, waiting to find out if you are pregnant or not. Some eagerly waiting to receive a positive test and start enjoying motherhood, while others are begging to get a negative result, when they feel they are not ready to be …

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Your Child May Be Walking Soon ?!

First steps are a wonderful experience for parents. That moment when baby left behind baby days, and stepped into a child’s world causes a storm of feelings in Mom and Dad. But let’s be realistic, walking usually does not happen overnight. When usually take their first steps? Many babies can …

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Help your baby to walk

It is a normal process and your baby will eventually pass through it, but you as a parent can shorten the time to the first independent steps through the following activities: Even after birth, allow him more time to lie on his stomach. Although most infants hate it , lying …

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Say NO to Abortion !

The act of abortion is surrounded by many lies and cover-ups. One of the biggest lies is that abortion of a child, is interest and for the good of women. Nothing is further from the truth. Abortion not only destroys the baby, but also leads to severe complications on physical and …

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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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Episiotomy

If you’re planning a vaginal delivery, here’s what you need to know about episiotomy and childbirth. What is an Episiotomy? Episiotomy is an incision made in the perineum – the tissue part between the vagina and anus in order to expand the vaginal opening. A surgical cut, done immediately before …

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What’s Normal Postpartum bleeding + What Isn’t?

Yes, postpartum bleeding occurs in all women, whether given birth vaginally or by Cesarean section. When the placenta separates from the uterus remains an open wound, remain open blood vessels that fed the placenta, hence the bleeding. Your body during pregnancy received 50% more blood, so it is well prepared for …

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Origin of KEGEL EXERCISES 

Kegel exercises are known after their inventor, gynecologist Dr. Arnold Kegel. Dr. Kegel since 1940, recommended these exercises for women who had a problem with uncontrolled release of urine, which often occurs during pregnancy or after childbirth, but also in older years. That does not mean kegel exercises are not …

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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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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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Half of pregnancy has passed

20th week Middle of pregnancy. Usually you can feel the movements of your baby. Weight 300g, length 20- 25cm. You may notice pink, red or purple streaks on your stomach, breasts, upper arms, thighs. Those parts of the skin may be more sensitive and itch. Moisturizing creams can help. 21th …

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Congratulations Mom! You are now entering your second trimester

The second trimester is the middle three months of your pregnancy. Оnce you entered you can relax because the risk of miscarriage has passed. Your stomach day after day will increasingly grow. About 4 month you start to feel the movement of your baby. As the baby grows his movements …

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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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Baby DEEP SLEEP signs

Babies have different sleep patterns than adults As the baby grows and his sleep will evolve and become more similar to yours, but it will not and should not happen immediately. Adults sleep longer while babies sleep shorter in cycles that last for less than an hour. Every hour a …

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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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Fertility decreases with age

The optimal fertility in women is between 20 and 25 years. Fertility goes down with age, especially after the mid-30s. It also lowers the chances that fertility treatments will be successful.In both sexes fertility declines over 40 years of age. Common causes of Infertility Common causes of infertility (primarily associated with …

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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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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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Yeast infection Diaper Rash

Yeast Infections in infants A yeast infection might be no longer the first issue you think of when you listen the phrase infant. With infants, any health trouble specially those concerning the diaper place, can be difficult. Most infants are not very good at communicating, so you may not even be conscious that there’s a problem. And it’s not something dad and mom are possibly watching out for. Yeast infections are most commonplace in infants and young babies. They usually stop while your infant is no longer breast- or bottle-feeding and is out of diapers. Babies can get a yeast contamination of their pores and skin folds. Be careful for those regions: -armpit -neck …

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This is how you should treat diaper rash

What is the pleasant way to deal with diaper rash? If diaper rash develops, take these steps to heal your infant’s pores and skin: -Keep your infant smooth and dry through changing his diaper regularly. Which could mean getting him up at night time for a diaper change. -Rinse his …

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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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Simple hints to hold infant’s skin healthful

  Count on Bumps, Spots, and Rashes There is not anything pretty like the soft, sensitive pores and skin of a child. Many babies are susceptible to pores and skin inflammation in their first few months. Here’s what you can do about it. Newborns Are liable to Rashes Most child rashes motive no damage and leave on their own. If your toddler has red pores and skin around the diaper region, you are dealing with diaper rash.  Most occur due to skin inflammation due to: • Diapers that are too tight • Wet diapers left on for too lengthy …

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