Baby

12 the wonder of colostrum

1. Colostrum is the first breast milk in the production of the breast during pregnancy. The body of pregnant women begins to produce colostrum at 3-4 months of gestation. But generally, the mothers do not realize they produce it except when the milk is leaking a little towards the end of pregnancy. 2. Colostrum is… Read More 12 the wonder of colostrum

Baby

Choking Baby

Choking can be a frightening event especially when it occurs in infants who have started eating or who can already crawl and walk. In certain conditions choking can clog the airway in total so as to make cannot breathe and lead to death. Choking is a closed airway event due to an object that is… Read More Choking Baby

Baby

Breast pumping at work

      Being a working mother certainly has many consequences. One is about how to go to work but still be able to provide breast milk to our baby. It’s no easy matter. It takes hard work and great patience. There are many things that we must prepare other than mental of course. Bringing… Read More Breast pumping at work

Baby

knowing the baby’s gender

  Knowing the baby’s gender is one of the most fun things that happen during pregnancy. In today’s sophisticated age, baby sex predictions can be seen with medical technology. However, in the past, before the technology developed. Baby’s sex prediction is done by guessing the mother’s habits, or changes that occur in her body. Such… Read More knowing the baby’s gender

Baby

Fever In Children

    Fever seizure lasts about 5-15 minutes. Parents are of course worried about her son. Seizures do occur due to the working of cells in the brain simultaneously. Fever seizures are not a self-contained disease. Fever comes from diseases caused by infections, such as a sore throat and measles. The high body temperature in… Read More Fever In Children

Baby

Baby Jaundice

Do not panic if your doctor says your newborn is suffering from jaundice. Jaundice in newborns is a common condition. In a newborn, I do not think it works, can not bilirubin effectively. Bilirubin can form faster than the liver that can break it and the intestines can fit in the stool. Other times, babies… Read More Baby Jaundice

Baby

colic in baby

What is a Colic? colic in infants is defined as a condition in which infants under four months of age often cry for more than three hours a day. No one knows why colic happens, and this is not life-threatening. Colic in infants is a painful condition and parents are often helpless when attacking. During… Read More colic in baby

Baby

Caring a premature baby

  Caring for a premature baby may require more effort than babies born with normal weight. For example, some of the premature infants require hospital care before being allowed to be admitted home. Premature babies are usually allowed out of hospital care if they have been able to receive breast milk or formula feeding without… Read More Caring a premature baby