Feb 24, 2011
Posted in Child Health

Indoor Allergies Relief Tips for Kids

Indoor Allergies Relief Tips for Kids
Nearly forty percent of children are affected by ubiquitous indoors allergens like mildew, shedding from pet animals & dust mite. Here are handy tips to assist little sneezers suffering from indoor allergies in breathing easy. Select shielding cover for the kid’s mattress & pillows. Also beddings should be washed one day every week in scalding water. Doing just these duo things would lessen your little one being exposed to dust mite by nearly eighty percent. Those pesky crawlies even adore soft toys, hence in case your kids like to sleep with them & they are non-washable types then simply popping them into  [...]

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Feb 22, 2011
Posted in Baby Feeding

Breastfeeding Tips for Big-Bosomed Mothers

Breastfeeding Tips for Big-Bosomed Mothers
Breastfeeding can pose unique challenges to large-busted females. Also contrary to popular belief that bigger the breasts, more the capability of producing milk; smaller-busted females too are equally able to furnish sufficient milk as the well-endowed ones. Moms having bigger breast size (Double D or more) might uncover that they would need experimenting to some extent for finding positions & methods for more successfully breastfeeding. Illustrated herewith are some handy breastfeeding tips for surmounting over several issues faced by these mothers. Finding a proper-fitting breastfeeding brassiere is important.  [...]

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Feb 17, 2011
Posted in Baby Feeding, Post Pregnancy

Engorged Breasts During Nursing – Handy Expert Advice

Engorged Breasts During Nursing – Handy Expert Advice
Breasts feeling full are normally experienced among nearly all lactating mothers once their milk has come in two to five days following child delivery. Women might feel full, heavy, sore and warmness in their breasts arising from breast tissue that swell up due to accruement of milk, blood & lymphatic fluid in the milk ducts when milk starts being produced. This sense of feeling full in the breasts is not abnormal when breast tissues can be compressed & one doesn’t sense unwell (pains or fevers atypically felt). Engorged breasts could develop from such typical fullness when mothers decide to not nurse whilst milk  [...]

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Feb 15, 2011
Posted in Pregnancy Care

Breech Baby – Safe, Natural Techniques to Change Presentation

Breech Baby – Safe, Natural Techniques to Change Presentation
Generally some weeks pre-delivery, majority of the infants would be moving into birthing position head nearing birth canal. When this doesn’t occur, the infant’s butts &/or feet would be positioned for delivery first known as breech presentation. Breech baby cases arise in one from twenty-five full-term deliveries and in trio kinds of presentations: Complete Breech – Butts are downwards faced, feet close to butts and cross-legged at knees. Frank Breech – The infant’s butts are directed towards the birthing canal & legs sticking straight up to the fore of the body. Feet are close to the head. Footling  [...]

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Feb 10, 2011
Posted in Assisted Reproduction

In Vitro Fertilization – How Safe is it for Women?

In Vitro Fertilization – How Safe is it for Women?
Females who are thinking about trying in vitro fertilization for infertility issues must be better informed regarding the associated risks. It is particularly pertinent for older females or those with some health issues, according to a report conclusion appearing in the British Medical Journal which examines safety of gestation & delivery following in-vitro fertilization. In vitro fertilization (IVF) – What’s already known? Though IVF method is safe for majority of the females, however it isn’t risk-free. Several forms of IVF entail the use of elevated hormonal dosages for ovarian stimulation that could be causal  [...]

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Feb 8, 2011
Posted in Baby Feeding

Sore Nipples During Breastfeeding – Your Guide to Best Natural Remedies

Sore Nipples During Breastfeeding – Your Guide to Best Natural Remedies
Despite appropriate positioning & attaching, a breastfeeding mother could experience sore nipples at some stage or the other. Although they would be healing swiftly, mostly in a few days, however it is yet simpler in preventing them instead of healing them. The widely promoted nipple spray for preventing sore nipples has been proven to be ineffectual, however the below mentioned prudent women cures are safe & have proven results. Caveat – Persistent or abrupt soreness in the nipples might be indicative of thrush infection with other tell-tale signs comprising of pinkish, peeling skin & scratchy nipples. Do  [...]

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Feb 3, 2011
Posted in Baby Feeding, Post Pregnancy

Breast Feeding Twins- Tips for Taking Challenges in Your Stride

Breast Feeding Twins- Tips for Taking Challenges in Your Stride
Any mother of twins would wholeheartedly agree to the need for being doubly dedicated & putting in more effort in regards to breast feeding twins rather a sole infant. Also the responsibilities of breastfeeding duo little ones can overwhelm even the perseverant & buoyant of women. There are common worries that bog down mothers who nurse twins like would they be producing ample milk for nourishing both of them or have concerns about the extent of time that would be devoted towards nursing two babies & that one would never be getting any breaks from the ceaseless nursing duties. Weariness & feeds dedicate the  [...]

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Feb 1, 2011
Posted in Baby Feeding, Post Pregnancy

Breastfeeding Advice After Cesarean Section Birth

Breastfeeding Advice After Cesarean Section Birth
In the U.S., almost 2 from 4 deliveries is a c-section, several of which occur unexpectedly, hence it is always prudent for pregnant women to be well-informed & edified regarding the procedure and how to successfully manage breastfeeding thereafter. Caesarean section (surgical birthing) could have an affect on the nursing experience in a number of ways. Commencement of nursing is mostly postponed since women who deliver via caesarean section mostly require some additional time in physical recovery to an extent that they could hold & nurse their newly born. No sooner has full consciousness & alertness been attained  [...]

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