Jaundice In Newborn Baby

Jaundice is a yellow tinge to the skin and eyes of baby which is one of the newborn issues you may experience after childbirth or during your confinement period. More than half of all newborn babies develop jaundice. The signs for jaundice generally develop after the...

Confinement Pregnancy

Confinement pregnancy is a period of time when pregnant women’s movements were restricted or confined to help reduce the chance of complications. When a woman was pregnant, every effort was made to ensure baby would grow and develop healthily. The expectant...

How To Prevent Postpartum Depression

What is postpartum depression? Postpartum depression or postnatal depression is a type of mood disorder after childbirth when new mothers experience mood swings, fatigue and low appetites. This can be due to various reasons such as a difficult delivery, hormonal...

Breastfeeding Tips for New Mothers

Successful breastfeeding depends on how well baby latches onto mother’s breast. It is essential for your baby to learn to how to latch properly while both mother and baby are still recovering in the hospital. Otherwise, you will experience hard time during your...

Is Confinement Necessary?

Is confinement necessary? We would say yes as the benefits and reasons for confinement after childbirth are plenty regardless if you are hiring nanny or confinement catering for support. A new mother experience great changes both mentally and physically during...

Postpartum Confinement

Postpartum confinement is a chinese custom or traditions practised by Asian women for their recovery after childbirth. Also known as Zuo yue zi (做月子), postpartum confinement is an important period which mothers must rest and allow body to heal with time and...
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