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“Pregnancy Miracle (TM)” Best ways to get pregnant

“Pregnancy Miracle (TM)” Best ways to get pregnant
Out of ten million women of childbearing age in Great Britain, about one million are subfertile and unable to have babies. This ratio of one in ten is fairly constant throughout the Western nations.¬†Infertility, however, is not a matter of either partner exclusively but of the couple as a unit. In some circumstances […]

Fertility

  • Vitro fertilization

Vitro fertilization

January 11th, 2015|0 Comments

Vitro fertilization
The ability to assist infertile couples to conceive […]

  • Signs of pregnancy

Signs of pregnancy

November 10th, 2014|0 Comments

Signs of pregnancy
Signs of pregnancy

Knowing about the changes that happen during pregnancy helps you to be more aware of your body and your needs. This month-by-month calendar summarizes what will happen. However, every pregnancy is different, so don’t be alarmed if you haven’t experienced certain changes by the date given here. Each month there’s usually something else you need think about, such as booking antenatal classes. These are pointed out at the relevant time in the calendar but covered in more detail in later chapters. […]

  • Being a working mother

Being a working mother

October 11th, 2014|0 Comments

Being a working mother
Being a working mother
Some women are happy to deal with pregnancy as an interruption to their work, remaining in their posts until just before going into labour, then having the baby and returning to work within the shortest time possible. They avoid the emotional dilemma of whether or not to breast- or bottle-feed the baby and opt for the latter. Other women would be unhappy with this decision. They want to stay with their children; anything that takes them away from their children is painful. […]

Pregnancy

  • Week 20 pregnancy

Week 20 pregnancy

Week 20 pregnancy
By now you can feel your baby’s movements as light, butterfly-like ripples. You’ll probably have an ultrasound scan at week 20¬†pregnancy to 22, to […]

  • Feelings and exercises pregnancy 20 weeks

Feelings and exercises pregnancy 20 weeks

Feelings and exercises pregnancy 20 weeks
Mixed feelings in pregnancy 20 weeks
It is normal for you and your partner to have mixed feelings about becoming parents. As you […]

Baby

  • COLIC PAIN

COLIC AND PAIN

COLIC AND PAIN
COLIC
This term describes recurrent bouts of unexplained crying usually in the iate afternoon or evening, but can be at any time. The crying may […]

  • How to use bathtub

How to use bathtub

How to use bathtub
Between three and six months old your baby will outgrow most small baths and you will have to start using an adult one.

If […]

Toddler

  • New accomplishments

New accomplishments

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New accomplishments
By the time he is 18 months old your baby will be able to build a tower of blocks, four or five high, and turn […]

  • Skills to master

Skills to master

July 28th, 2015|0 Comments

Co-ordination 1 to 3 years
By the time he’s a year old he’ll be able to pick up something quite small, such as a button, between thumb […]

Child

  • Bowel and bladder problems

Bowel and bladder problems

March 16th, 2015|0 Comments

Bowel and bladder problems
Late developers
Some children acquire bowel and bladder control much late then others , and this may present a problem to the parents. In […]

  • Best way to potty train

Best way to potty train

March 9th, 2015|0 Comments

Best way to potty train

While it is likely that your child has already shown signs of both muscle control and has an awareness of urination and […]

Diseases & Disorders

  • Listening to a child's heart

CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE

July 1st, 2014|0 Comments

Listening to a child’s heart
Congenital heart disease
What are the complications?
Children with congenital heart disease, even if it is mild, may be susceptible to bacterial endocarditis. In this condition, the heart valves become inflamed due to infection by bacteria that have entered the bloodstream, usually during dental treatment or a surgical operation. […]

  • DOWN'S SYNDROME

DOWN’S SYNDROME

June 29th, 2014|0 Comments

DOWN’S SYNDROME
DOWN’S SYNDROME
All the information needed for growth and development of an embryo is carried on around 23,000 pairs of genes packed in 23 pairs of chromosomes. Abnormalities of these genes (or whole chromosomes) may cause birth defects, or symptoms that may not appear until later. Genetic analysis allows couples with a family history of an inherited disease to estimate their chances of having an affected child. Tests during pregnancy can reveal whether a fetus is affected. […]

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ENURESIS

June 29th, 2014|0 Comments

ENURESIS
Enuresis
Urinary tract infections are common in childhood, but they affect many more girls than boys. Most of these infections clear up quickly with treatment, but some urinary infections and other disorders affecting the kidneys or the bladder require investigation to check for a possible structural defect present from birth. Serious kidney disorders are today treatable, including the most common childhood kidney cancer, Wilms’ tumour […]

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