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Premature Baby Care Tips

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Premature babies are infants that are born about 3 weeks before their estimated due date. Another way of putting it would be a baby that is born before the start of the 37th week of pregnancy. Premature birth is dangerous for the infant as the baby has not been given the time in the mother’s […]

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Your Guide to Childbirth Classes

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While we have numerous information relating to labor and delivery there is some shrouded mystery around the act of childbirth itself. It’s time to lift the veil and introduce the world to knowledge around childbirth. Birthing classes can be a real asset to understand the intricacies involved in normal childbirth. By taking a natural childbirth […]

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Children Who Flutter

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An arrhythmia refers to any change or distortion in the regular rhythm of one’s heartbeat, and while most of these are harmless, some of these can be serious, even life-threatening. Most arrhythmias that occur in children are isolated incidents, and can be dealt with by treating the problem that causes the sensation, like fever. Children […]

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How to Set a Bedtime Routine for Your Baby

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If you are wondering about how to ship off your young one to his or her faraway land of dreams routinely, then here is an article you should consider reading. First question is, why set a bedtime routine for your baby? What’s the use? The predictability of a routine sleep cycle is something that both […]

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How to Manage Your Twin Babies?

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New mother of two? Still in a state of bewilderment of your beloved ‘Get one free’ prizes? In addition to that, are you wondering how to manage your two darlings at once? If it seems like a somewhat hectic job to you, know this. Most new mommies are struggling with having to care for their […]

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SINGLE UMBILICAL ARTERY AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE

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The normal umbilical cord contains 2 arteries and 1 vein (there vessel cord ) single umbilical artery is characterized by the absence of either the lep- or right umbilical artery. This malformation has a reported incidence of 0.5-6% in singleton pregnancies it increases of 3-4 times in twin pregnancies. Single umbilical artery is of 3 […]

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Baby’s first fever

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  For first time parents, their baby’s first fever is usually a scary situation. But if you’re well prepared, it is nothing to panic about. Infants are very delicate in the first few months of their life and their immune system takes time to develop. So it is important to pay attention to any changes in […]

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Signs of Postpartum Depression

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  Postpartum Depression usually affects women right after childbirth. It normally occurs in the first year after delivery.  Frequent changes in your mood or the way you feel about everyday things are the affects of depression. It mostly effects women but can also be seen in men who are new fathers and even in couples […]