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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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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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Children as Motorcycle Passengers

Nobody learns without practice. Riding with a child is probably the best way to practice the rules. Here are the things you need to know before taking your child on a motorcycle.   Wear protective clothing  Same as for us, kids should wear protective clothing when are riding on a …

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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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Teach your child to help around the house

Surely many times you have thought about, how much easier life would be if your own children carry out part of the housework, because you will not waste precious time arranging their things. Teaching the child to meet their domestic obligations should start from an early age. Many mothers knowingly do …

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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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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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7 Myths Associated With The Menstruation

You can not get pregnant during menstruation This is probably one of the most widespread myths. Although the odds are very small, you can still get pregnant if you have unprotected sex during menstruation. Theoretically, there are no safe days to prevent pregnancy. Sperm can live in a woman’s body …

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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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Powerful things you need to say to your child

“I hear you.” If you always pretend listening while your child tells you about an event that made him happy, down or motivated, next time listen. While telling you, ask questions such as “Who was with you?” “And Mary said? ‘ … so you will learn a lot about his …

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USE WORDS WISELY!

Children need our words, whether through them we express our love and support, or we learn them how to behave properly. But while the words that we speak when we are angry can leave lasting scars, others have the power to increase children’s self-confidence and develop healthy habits for our loved …

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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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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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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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How To Handle Winter Pregnancy

Surely you’ve thought that is a lot easier than in the summer, you will avoid the heat. But winter pregnancy has its own challenges. Here are some of them: Dehydrated Most women think because it’s not hot, is easy to avoid dehydration but it’s not really like that. Cold air …

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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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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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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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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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Clear The Stuffy Nose

How to help your baby Baby’s nose should be kept damp and penetrating. Just like adults, babies are nervous when they have stuffy nose. They need to breathe through the mouth, and have difficulty eating and sleeping. When the nose is runny, around the foreskin becomes red and inflamed, and …

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LITTLE ONES – Crying when you leave the room

To greet with your baby and to leave the room is not easy at all, and when it is followed by crying, screaming and “sticking” to you, then it is almost impossible. The separatist anxiety or fear of separation is a normal part of the development of infants,  that occurs around …

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Head Injury?!

Head Injuries can be divided into external (mostly on the scalp ) and internal (skull injury, brain and blood vessels in the skull). Fortunately, most head injuries are external, seemingly frightening but never actually worrisome. Internal brain injuries are dangerous because lead to bleeding or brain contusion. How parents react …

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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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How to avoid COMPUTER ADDICTION

Physical activity is an important segment in the development of the child. The type of exercise a child will enjoy may differ depending on age, but it’s important to get children active as early as possible. Era of computers and television takes the largest tax, health of our children. Hours …

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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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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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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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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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Travel During Pregnancy?

When is the best time to travel during pregnancy? The best time to travel is probably the middle of your pregnancy—between weeks 14 and 28. Most common pregnancy emergencies usually happen in the first and third trimesters. After 28 weeks, it may be harder for you to move around or …

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