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Dealing with nausea

Dealing with nausea

PREGNANCY is a very special time, but it does bring some ups and downs along. Many mums face some gastrointestinal discomforts, especially during the fi rst trimester. Most of these can be attributed to the changing hormones and naturally, we cannot disturb these changes as they are extremely important for […]

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April 10, 2015 at 10:54 amBump To Birth

Post-birth constipation

Post-birth constipation

“I had my baby a few days ago, and haven’t had a bowel movement since. Should I be worried?” UK-BASED midwife Nikki Khan says, “It’s completely normal for new mums not to have a bowel motion for two to three days following delivery – it’s almost like nature’s way of […]

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April 10, 2015 at 10:48 amBump To Birth

The new A to Z of babies

The new A to Z of babies

Experiencing unconditional love, unexpected obsessions and unbelievable discoveries? Welcome to the sisterhood only other mums truly understand (A to Z) A— IS FOR AHHH Is there anything as beautiful as your sleeping baby? It’s almost enough to make you forget the rocking, reading, singing, (and begging) it took to get […]

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April 10, 2015 at 10:24 amLife&Kids

Ask the expert- Our in-house paediatrician answers all your childcare queries

Ask the expert- Our in-house paediatrician answers all your childcare queries

Dr P V Vaidyanathan, practicing pediatrician since 1990, is based in Mumbai. He is also a writer, and has authoured several books, three of which are on the subject of parenting: Make Your Child Stress Free, Managing the Unmanageable Child and Doctor, Why is My baby Crying? My four week-old […]

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April 7, 2015 at 1:45 pmBaby&Toddler