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Learn all about the Nutrients Essential for Foetus Development

The average length of pregnancy is 40 weeks. During this seemingly long period of time, the body goes through many changes. Learn what to expect and be aware of during different stages of foetal development.

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Going back to work after maternity leave? Keep these 5 things in mind…

Mums, motherhood is an on-going journey that will continue even when your baby has grown up. So before you find yourself caught between your mum responsibilities and work life, prepare yourself for this grand transition.

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Pregnant? Make sure you’re asking your doctor the right questions!

Yay, you’re pregnant! Now what? Here are some of the essential questions you need to ask your doctor about your pregnancy.

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6 Types of childbirth and how to get yourself ready for it

Childbirth is not just a special phase, but also a crucial period in a woman’s life. Here’s more about various ways that you can undergo a delivery and how you can best prepare for it.

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The Stages of Labour Explained

Going through the birthing process for the first time has a lot of uncertainties..

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Protecting Your Child from Infections

During pregnancy, the mother’s health is essential to both mom and the baby. Common infections include Chickenpox, Rubella, Genital Herpes and more.

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Postpartum Body Changes: Here’s How to Get Your Pre-pregnancy Body Back Quickly

You just delivered a baby! Your little bundle of joy is a miracle and you couldn’t be happier. But along with the many changes the baby has brought, you notice that your body has gone through plenty of changes too.

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Planning for Birth

There are many questions about labour and delivery that you will want to ask yourself – and your doctor – weeks before the onset of labour. You have a lot of choices to make about the process.

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Enjoy Normal Activities

If you are healthy, there is no reason to avoid normal activities such as work, travel, or sexual relations. Depending on your occupation, you may be able to continue working for the duration of your pregnancy, if you wish.

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Episiotomy Care

An episiotomy is an incision made in the perineum—the area between the anus and the vagina—to enlarge the birth canal when it is considered advisable to avoid tearing your skin during childbirth.

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After-Pregnancy Care

The uterus is the remarkable organ that serves as your little one's home during pregnancy. After delivery, it will still weigh as much as 0.7 kg (1 1/2 lb).

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Feeling your child move

Women who have already had a child tend to feel their child's first movements at around 16-18 weeks

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Just had a C-section? These tips will help with your recovery!

Congratulations on delivering your precious bundle of joy into the world! After 9 long months, it has been quite a journey.

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