The second article in our Induction
series and is on using a Foley’s Catheter to induce labour. Again, this piece is part of our series aimed at being read in 3 minutes or less
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How do you know if your newborn is getting enough sleep. Or conversely, getting enough milk to keep them asleep. Read on to find out about the sleep habits of newborns. Continue reading “Sleep habits of newborns”
Pre-eclampsia can occur anywhere between the 20th week of gestation to 4-6 weeks’ postpartum. It can be defined as a clinical condition of hypertension and proteinuria. If you think you may be suffering from pre-eclampsia during pregnancy, it is important that you seek immediate medical attention.
Read on to find out what to be on the lookout for.
Continue reading “Assessing the Onset of Pre-Eclampsia”
Okay. You are 40+ weeks into your pregnancy, and your healthcare professions have started dropping the big “I”
word into conversations with you. Induction
What? Your goal included going into labour naturally, spontaneous, in your own time. How can you be at this point? And what happens in an induction anyway? Continue reading “Induction – an overview”
New parents often spend a considerable amount of time worrying about their infants weight loss and weight gain. Are they getting enough milk to grow, have they lost too much weight? So, here are the quick facts about infant weight loss and weight gain.
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It is absolutely crucial that you start early. Below, you will find tips that can help you take care of your infant’s teeth as early as after delivery! Continue reading “Gentle Dental Care for Infants”
It is no secret that most parents wouldn’t trade being parents for all the riches in the world. But that doesn’t stop them worrying about keeping their children healthy and happy, and that can make parenting a tough job! Continue reading “Happy Children Make Happy Parents”