Mum & Baby Information

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  • Nibble some plain crackers, dry toast, dry cereals before getting out of bed in the morning and when you are feeling queasy
  • Eat six to eight small meals throughout the day instead of big meals
  • Try eating protein snacks
  • Get plenty of rest

Neonatal Hypoglycemia

It is the most common condition that requires medical attention in newborns. Usually it is identified with yellow coloration of skin and eyes due to accumulation of bilirubin. Excessive accumulation of serum bilirubin may result in brain damage and other complications leading to death

Neonatal Jaundice

Glucose is the major source of energy for foetus and neonate. When glucose demands are increased or when glucose supply is limited a child becomes susceptible to hypoglycemia. A severe or prolonged hypoglycemia may result in long term damage to the nervous system

Postnatal Information

Life changes completely after the birth of your baby. Your hormones and emotions change rapidly after birth and can affect how you feel. It’s a good idea to have more of an understanding of how your body is likely to react after the birth of your baby how you may feel emotionally and physically after your hospital stay

Safety Tips for Baby

Babies are innocent and very inquisitive into everything, are especially vulnerable to injury from accidents in the home. That is why it is very important for concerned parents to try and learn how to avoid accidents that are most likely to occur and minimize the risk of injury to baby.

Breastfeeding Tips for New Mothers

Breastfeeding offers many benefits to your baby as breast milk contains right nutrients that are required by your baby for proper growth and development. Breast milk also protects the baby from common childhood infections and illnesses. WHO recommends exclusive breast feeding up to six months of age with continued breastfeeding along with other food for up to two years.


Mastitis is the infection of breast tissue with pain, swelling, redness around the breast. It is usually the outcome of blocked milk duct that hasn't cleared. Some of the milk accumulate behind the blocked duct and is forced to nearby breast tissue to become inflamed