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Your child is the greatest gift you will ever receive. From the moment you first hold this miracle of life in your arms, your world will be broader and richer.You will experience a flood of feelings, some of wonder and joy and others of confusion and of being overwhelmed and wondering whether you car ever measure up to the need of your new baby. These are feelings you could barely imagine before- feeling that one can truly experience without have a child.

Your journey with your child is about to begin.It will be a wondrous time filled with many ups and downs, times of unbridled joy and time of sadness or frustration. MOM-KID.com that follow provide a measure of knowledge intended to make fulfilling the responsibilities of parenthood a little easier and, it is hoped, a lot more fun.

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Fertility

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Pregnancy

  • Week 20 pregnancy

Week 20 pregnancy

March 17th, 2015|0 Comments

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 check your baby’s growth. It will also show if […]

  • Feelings and exercises pregnancy 20 weeks

Feelings and exercises pregnancy 20 weeks

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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 get nearer the birth your anxieties may increase as […]

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COLIC AND PAIN

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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 be intense and brief or last for hours and […]

  • Review PRIMO EuroBath

Review PRIMO EuroBath

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PRIMO EuroBath
The only baby bath you will ever need!

The PRIMO EuroBath makes bath time safe, fun, and convenient for both baby and parents. It’s like gaining an extra pair of hands for mom and dad! […]

Toddler

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Bowel and bladder problems

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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

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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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