Breastfeeding Diet

When you are breastfeeding, the golden rule to keep in mind is to continue with your pregnancy diet – although you would be surprised to know that you can now afford to take it easy....

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Galactogogue

Along with the joys of motherhood comes the responsibility of nurturing the new born. For the first six months breast milk provides ideal nutrition to the infant, which is important ....

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Gestational diabetes

Let’s put you at ease first. If you have gestational diabetes, you can still have a safe pregnancy. While any pregnancy complication is alarming, gestational diabetes can...

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How to improve quantity & quality of breastmilk

The term “breastfeeding” is one of the most searched words on the Internet. And understandably so. As a new mother, you want to give the best start to your baby by making sure...

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Hyperemesis gravidarum

Morning sickness is hard to escape in the initial weeks of pregnancy. While for some the nausea and vomiting could last for a few weeks, for some it could be more severe...

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Post Delivery Care

Post childbirth, taking care of yourself is as important as taking care of your baby. A nutritious diet, ample rest, and a strong support system will better equip you...

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Postpartum Depression

Finally, the baby has arrived. Everybody is celebrating. You want to too. But, you are also experiencing an array of other emotions...

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Preeclampsia

This blog post gives you information on preeclampsia – a pregnancy complication caused by high blood pressure. This condition is also called as Pregnancy Induced Hypertension...

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Weight management during and after pregnancy

Being pregnant means gaining weight in the right way! While you will have your share of cravings (barring the first trimester) and you will gain weight, the pregnancy will feel...

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Why colostrum is important for your baby

Colostrum is the first milk that your body produces, beginning in the third or fourth month of your pregnancy and continuing through -the first week of breastfeeding...

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