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4 Useful Tips to Make Your Newborn Baby Sleep Peacefully

Create: 04/29/2017 - 05:36
4 Useful Tips to Make Your Newborn Baby Sleep Peacefully
Some newborn babies sleep much more than others. Some soon sleep through the night, while some don't for a long time. Sleep is not a state you can force your baby into. Sleep must naturally overtake your baby. Your nighttime parenting role is to set the conditions that make sleep attractive and to present cues that suggest to baby that sleep is expected.
 
1. Try White Noise:
• Constant background noise helps babies stay asleep.

Amazing Moment: Woman Helps Deliver Her Own Baby via Caesarean Section

Create: 04/28/2017 - 04:24
Amazing Moment: Woman Helps Deliver Her Own Baby via Caesarean Section
A mom who wanted to feel more included in the birth of her fourth child, decided she pull her baby out herself and capture the amazing moment on camera. Sarah Toyer said lifting her own baby out of her womb during her C-section was the ‘most incredible’ thing she had ever done.
 
Mum describes incredible moment she pulled her baby from her body during a C-section delivery. “So, when the day came along we waited eight hours at the hospital, then I was standing there next to the surgeon scrubbing up just as she was.”
 

First Aid: What to Do If Your Baby is in Shock?

Create: 04/27/2017 - 13:38
First Aid: What to Do If Your Baby is in Shock?
Shock happens when the important organs in the body, such as the heart and brain, don't get enough blood or oxygen. Your baby can suffer from shock if they've lost a lot of bodily fluids.This could be from diarrhoea, vomiting, burns, or dehydration. 
 
Your baby may also suffer shock if they had a severe allergic reaction, a severe infection, or if they are bleeding heavily. If your baby is in shock, you might see some of these signs: they may look pale and unwell.
 

10 Things Pregnant Women Who Have Given Birth Need You to Know

Create: 04/27/2017 - 03:23
10 Things Pregnant Women Who Have Given Birth Need You to Know
Bringing a baby into the world is an experience filled with lovely and thoroughly awkward moments. After the fact, you'd probably much rather discuss the kid's adorable, tiny fingers and that amazing newborn smell than all the graphic details. But here's what women who've been through it want you to know about childbirth.
 

No Epidural: Australian Woman Gives Birth to 13 Pound Baby

Create: 04/26/2017 - 07:47
No Epidural: Australian Woman Gives Birth to 13 Pound Baby
A woman in Melbourne, Australia, is getting worldwide attention for giving birth to a 13-pound baby boy without an epidural. Natashia Corrigan welcomed Brian Jr. on Jan. 24 in a natural birth. The woman also has two daughters, who weighed in at 8 pounds, 4 ounces and 7 pounds, 12 ounces...
 
The baby boy was born at 40 weeks and five days. He weighed in at around 9 pounds at the 36-week mark. Corrigan said, "I never dreamed he'd be this big..."
 

Superfoetation: Can You Get Pregnant While Your Pregnant?

Create: 04/25/2017 - 11:13
Can You Get Pregnant While Pregnant
Jolene Broad, 37 seen with her triplets Kathleen, Delila and Tabitha, of whom Tabitha was conceived two weeks after her sisters, on April 18, 2017 in Canterbury, England. These are the first triplets in the world - to be conceived nearly two weeks apart. 
 
Jolene Broad and her husband Toby were stunned when medics told them that Mrs Broad had fallen pregnant twice in one month thanks to an incredibly rare phenomenon. 
 

Baby's Head Pops Out of Mom's Stomach During C-section

Create: 04/25/2017 - 08:07
Baby's Head Pops Out of Mom's Stomach During C-section
Incredible footage of a baby popping its head out of the womb without any medical assistance has been captured. Venezuelan doctors recorded the amazing feat after a mother underwent what is known as a ‘gentle’ caesarean section. The footage was uploaded by Jham Frank Lugo, an obstetrician and founder of fertility centre , Centro de Fertilidad Clínica Lugo, in Venezuela.
 

Baby Health: Newborn Babies and HIV

Create: 04/24/2017 - 03:11
Baby Health: Newborn Babies and HIV
Studies show two percent of newborns test positive for HIV. Doctors say that number is a reflection of successful treatments given to pregnant mothers. Every mother should be screened for HIV at the beginning of pregnancy.
 
Dr. Stephanie Stovall, a pediatric infectious disease doctor with Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida, says the three main risk factors of HIV are sex, blood injections from a foreign source, and being born. 
 

Breastfeeding: What’s a Good Latch?

Create: 04/23/2017 - 06:31
Breastfeeding: What’s a Good Latch?
People talk about latch, but what does that mean? We want it to be a good latch! Otherwise, it can pinch mom and be uncomfortable, which makes it hard for the baby to get the milk out. So a good latch happens when baby is not just on the nipple, but is also on the areola - the dark skin around the nipple.
 
So when baby's breastfeeding, he's not just sucking, but he's also massaging the milk out of the breast. You want to make sure the baby has full rounded cheeks when he is latched on. And you want to actually hear him swallowing.
 

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