Are you ready to meet your angel baby yet? How scientific nursing the baby is a major problem. American pediatric use the latest international neonatal care concept, teach you how to bathe your baby, Infant massage, Prevention and treatment of common diseases, Baby jaundice, Analysis of the small details of infants life and so on. Proper care of the baby is not a simple thing,especially the novice parents.So if you do not know what to do, please do the registration of Newborn Care Course quickly! The course will be on 24th of August,2013, which is given by Shenzhen HOME Women's and Children's Hospital! It is the first hospital which passed JCI accreditation in Shenzhen! The course will teach you the Most scientific parenting,let you to be the new generation of the best-qualified parents.Please join us and sign up quickly! Activity type: Harvard Mummy Camp Activity time:15:00 to 17:00PM Saturday ,August 24th ,2013 Location: The multi-function hall on the fourth floor of Shenzhen HOME Women's and Children's Hospital. Activity Theme: Newborn Care that pregnant mother's compulsory entry lessons Registration Tel: 0755-33919133 Ps: You can have a "face to face"talk with our doctors, everyone will have a chance to get a special gift from HOME Hospital. The highlights of this activity: 1. The physiological characteristics of the newborn. 2. Neonatal disease prevention. 3. The characteristics of the neonatal period. 4. Newborn Care 5. Free snacks and fruits will be provided. 6. Professional obstetric care specialists answering solution for you! Free Gift: 1. For the mummy who did the registration will get one gift from HOME hospital. 2. For the mummy who win the lucky draw will get one more gift!. HOME Website:http://en.hm91.com/ Online Consultationï¼šhttp://www.hm91.com/hm2011swt/zwfb/ Tel: 0755—33919133 Address:Nantou Ancient City, Shennan Road, Nanshan District,ShenzhenView Thread
This booklet is part of a series of material from the Bright Futures Initiative and provides women of all ages with information and tips to achieve better physical, mental, social, and spiritual health. It encourages women to be prepared for the expected and unexpected changes during pregnancy and after the baby is born by seeking information and support from their community, family, friends, health care providers, and other mothers. The booklet includes Web site and resource phone numbers. Also available in Spanish. View Thread
I just wanted to share this memoir on teen pregnancy. I know it's quite prevalent in society and I'm hoping this resource would serve as an inspiration to teens and young moms, as well as a learning material for those who are confused, or are going through the same challenge.View Thread
Twelve years ago my daughter was injured badly in childbirth. The baby was stuck in the birth canal and had an emergency C-section. After two months it was discovered that her pelvic bone had been broken and at that time, It was fused with metal plates by another doctor. She had another pregnancy after eight years (everything was fine). Now, she's pregnant at 32, and it having a lot of complications (pain in lower area of stomach, she's had bleeding first trimester). She's 14 weeks and still pains are consistent, especially when she stands on her feet pushing a cart all day (her job-LPN). Doctor has labeled her as threaten mis-carriage. She a single mother and is finding it hard to keep working with the complications of pregnancy. What could she do to keep afloat financially now and/if later? Are there any disability benefits she could receive for problems of not being able to work because of a broken pelvic bone? Thank you for any help.View Thread
I am 42, we've been trying to get pregnant for a year, and finally we found out I'm pregnant two days ago! I went to the doctor yesterday to confirm the pregnancy and the doctor did a vaginal ultrasound and said that the sac looks suspicious but messures to 4W5D which is exactly what I am. He had zero bedside manners and said that I shouldnt have hight hopes (not going to see THAT doctor again), and that anyway 50% of women my age end their pregnancy in a misscarriage. I know I'm not the youngest girl to have a baby, but I just got married less than a year ago with husband #2 and I already have 2 kids of my own 16 & 13, which both were healthy pregnancies and healthy babies. Basically I had 2 pregnancies in my lifetime and both were healthy (41 weeks 9lbs baby and 39weeks 8lbs baby).
I am so scared because of what the doctor said and although I've been reading a lot online about odd shapes to the sac and not necessarily does it have to do anything with misscarying the baby. I would like to get some advice.
I have another appointment next Monday with another doctor at that department and will be only 5weeks then, so obviously no heartbeat will be there yet, but perhaps a better looking sac?
hi my question is regarding the birth control NAME :- MIRENA TYPE :- IUD (not sure) TIME :- FROM 2 TO 3 YEAR LAST :- 11/07/2011 i took it out on this date DATE LAST DATE OF PERIOD :- SOME WHERE IN BETWEEN OCT 1 TO 7 JUST A FEW SPOT FOR A DAY. LAST DAY OF SEX 11/06/2011 SO WHAT I HAVE CHANCE OF PREGNANCY or shall i start taking pills from to today if not how many % chance do i have to concive a boy and what shall i do to not to be pregnant. thank youView Thread
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I have never had a normal cycle. I could got 2 to 3 months with out hhaving a period. I took a pregnancy test May 23rd and it was negative. Then took one again on June 19th and it was positive. Is there any other way to determine approx how far along i am with the test i have taken?View Thread
My daughter in law is expecting and twins are common in her family. She had an ultrasound and it showed the baby and another sack. The doctor told her it is a yolk and will go away in time. I have seen many ultrasound and have never seen this or even heard of it. If anyone else has please let me know. I was just wondering if this could be a twinView Thread
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me and my husband been trying to get pregnant for a year and i was wondering my husband is in kidney failure and he has to go to dialysis 3 days a week and i was wondering is that the reason we cant get pregnant cause he is in kidney failureView Thread
Yeast infections are much more common during pregnancy. According to the American Pregnancy Association, many women will experience a yeast infection during their second trimester. No medical evidence has shown that yeast infections can cause birth defects or any other pregnancy complications. Here are some of the things that all pregnant women should know about yeast infections during pregnancy, however. It is important to be aware of the symptoms of a yeast infection. Yeast infections cause vaginal discharge which is white in color and usually cottage cheese-like in texture, pain
during urination and sexual intercourse and itching, irritation and a red rash outside of the vagina. If you notice any of these symptoms, the best thing that you can do is talk to your doctor.
While yeast infections are never pleasant to deal with - during pregnancy or any other time - it is important to keep in mind that they do not cause any pregnancy complications. While it is important to use topical medications only and make sure that the problem is really a yeast infection, there is generally not much to worry about.View Thread
Pregnant! Congratulations, this is a very special time for mother to be and her partner. Mum is going to be going through a lot of changes. She will be worried about how her body is going to change, scared about the birth. You May have morning sickness which can sometimes be so debilitating that it can result in you spending a lot of time on the couch just not knowing how to carry on and wondering how you are going to get through the day. This can start from as early as 2 weeks and last for up to 14 weeks.Swollen Breasts,Tiredness,Morning Sickness,HeadachesEvery women is different and she will experience different symptoms, some won't feel sick at all and others can suffer considerably but usually after the first 14 - 16 weeks the symptoms get easier and you can enjoy the rest of your pregnancy and find you have lots of new found energy, especially for the nesting phase (i.e. the huge desire to decorate, sort out and clean the whole house!!)View Thread
My boyfriend and I have been trying to conceive since december, and we have a had sexual intercourse everyday. I have been having irregular menstrual cycles alot lately also. Is there any suggestions?View Thread
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missed my period for dec 2010 and have already taken 4 tests and they all say negative my boobs are sore and im very tired and eating alot and having to go to the bathroom alot i have looked at all the online calendars and they say im 6 weeks along and i havent had any sickness but have had lower back pain missed period and sore breasts and tiredness could i be im wanting to go to the dr but scared because i switched from the depo shot to the pills in sept and havent had a period for dec 2010 should i wait and see if i get my period for this month and then go to the dr or make an appointment tommorrowView Thread
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