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  • Birthwise
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  • Your Pregnancy
    have an increased need for energy to help 1 Your baby grow 2 Fulfil your own needs as your body changes in response to your pregnancy Pregnant women need approximately 2 500 calories a day Read more Blog Categories Your Pregnancy The birth of your baby After your baby is born Latest Blog Posts Induction to Labour Eating Wisely in Pregnancy The Natural Way Breastfeeding αποφραξεις Quick Contact Your Message

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  • The birth of your baby
    filled membrane sac which offers protection whilst he or she is developing in the uterus womb The fluid inside the membrane is called amniotic fluid In preparation for labour the cervix softens and shortens This is sometimes referred to as ripening of the cervix Read more Blog Categories Your Pregnancy The birth of your baby After your baby is born Latest Blog Posts Induction to Labour Eating Wisely in Pregnancy

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  • After your baby is born
    the world had invented a new dream product to feed and immunise everyone born on earth Imagine also that it was available everywhere required no storage or delivery and helped mothers to plan their families and reduce the risk of cancer Read more Blog Categories Your Pregnancy The birth of your baby After your baby is born Latest Blog Posts Induction to Labour Eating Wisely in Pregnancy The Natural Way

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  • Induction to Labour
    uterus contracts to push your baby out In most pregnancies labour starts naturally between 37 and 42 weeks leading to the birth of the baby Induction of labour is a process designed to start labour artificially When is induction recommended When it is felt that you or your baby s health is likely to benefit you may be offered and recommended to an induction of labour On average about one

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  • The Natural Way - Breastfeeding
    it Towards the end of this century of unprecedented discovery and invention even as scientists discover the origins of life itself this scenario is not alas fiction The dream product is human breastmilk available to us all at birth yet we are not using it UNICEF Breastfeeding While the World Health Organisation WHO estimates that 35 of all children worldwide are being breastfed at the age of four months in Ireland less than that number are even receiving breast milk at birth Only 12 of children in Ireland will be breastfed at four months old according to research conducted by the Midland Health Board 2005 Breast milk has long been thought of as the best source of nourishment for infants offering them the greatest possible start in life The value of breastfeeding for both mothers and babies cannot be underestimated Exclusive breastfeeding is sufficient to support optimal growth and development for the first six months of life The most common reason for mothers to stop breastfeeding prematurely is perceived insufficient milk supply Actual insufficient milk supply is rare In the Bristol Breastfeeding Clinical Support Service a project investigating breast milk insufficiency 85 of referrals for poor milk supply were amenable

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