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Aims and Objectives of Postnatal Care

Carrying a pregnancy to full term requires intense care and close monitoring. It is a delicate stage and so much can go wrong. Though there is a global decline in foetal deaths for both the mother and the baby, the figures are still high. Conceiving is one thing and keeping the pregnancy is yet another.…

Preparing for the arrival of your baby

The expectation of a baby will fill you with joy. Unlike in the past when one could say a baby was a surprise, today’s advancements in technology have helped parents learn more about their child, even before birth. Parents can even know the gender of the baby while still in the womb. These medical advancements…

Ways to Soothe your Crying Baby

There’s no escaping the fact that babies cry. However, it’s often quite frustrating for a new parent when the newborn does not stop crying. What could be the problem? Not knowing the cause of your baby’s persistent crying can be enough to drive you crazy. Often, an experienced and skilful confinement nanny always able to…

How to Care for Yourself after Giving Birth

The pregnancy and birthing process brings physical and emotional strains that affect both the mother, family and her newborn. After birth, physiological changes will also occur, including a reduction of pregnancy hormones and an increase in milk production hormones to facilitate breastfeeding. This period, which may take up to 40 days, is a crucial time…