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Question: Hi what are the precautions i should take
Answer: Your Baby How big is my baby? Fetal size: crown-rump 35 cm (14 inches), crown-toe 47cm (21 inches). Fetal weight: 3.1 kg (6.8 pounds). Your Pregnancy What pregnancy symptoms will I be experiencing? Although many women don't get any bigger during the last few weeks of pregnancy, you may still grow a little bit. By now you could be feeling very uncomfortable and wanting to get the baby out! You should have an antenatal card on which your health care professional records notes during your antenatal visits. Each visit should have an entry. You will need to take this card with you when you go to hospital, so remember to pack it in your hospital bag. In the past, having an enema was a routine part of early labour. These days it is probably not a routine procedure at your hospital, and if you think you would like one, you will probably need to ask. An enema during early labour may help if your bowels are full and you are unable to go to the toilet in the onset of labour. If you are unable to go to the toilet before or during labour, you may lose whatever is in your rectum when the baby's head comes through the birth canal. An enema before birth may help to make you more comfortable during labour and birth, and will minimise the possibility of contamination from faeces during birth. If you have an episiotomy, you may also be more comfortable if you don't have to empty your bowels too soon after birth. The choice is entirely up to you! At this stage of your pregnancy you will be feeling quite uncomfortable. A common complaint around this time of pregnancy is the feeling that the baby might fall out. This feeling occurs because the baby has moved lower into the birth canal and you will feel the pressure associated with this move. You probably have nothing to worry about, but if you need reassurance that everything is OK, see your health care professional.
Question: My baby is 48 days old when should I vaccine him?? And what are the precautions should I take before and after the vaccination?? Please tell me clearly
Answer: first of all congratulations for the baby find the list of vaccines here till 6 months and there is no precaution that you need to take before the vaccine but after the vaccine if the baby has fever please do of a medicine which is prescribed by your doctor to subside the fever it is very important secondly if there is any kind of swelling or hardness on the injected site please rub ice on the injected site the hardness the redness and the smell will subside the baby might be cranky please keep the baby near to you because baby will be needing you more and breast feed the baby as much as you can .. List of vaccine as suggested.. Birth-BCG,OPV 0,Hep-B 1 6 weeks-DTwP 1,IPV ,Hep-B 2,Hib 1,Rotavirus 1,PCV 1 10 weeks-DTwP 2,IPV 2,Hib 2,Rotavirus 2 ,PCV 2 14 weeks-DTwP 3,IPV 3,Hib 3,Rotavirus 3 ,PCV 3 6 months- OPV 1, Hep-B 3 Hope this helps!
Question: M feeling cold and cough what are the precautions should I take to avoid it
Answer: Hi dear. During pregnancy, our immunity will be weaker than usual. So its easy to catch cold and flu. Take tulsi, karpooravalli, thoothuvalai, and neem leaves and grind it to make a paste. Mix it with a spoon of turmeric powder and drink it in warm water. It will cure the cold immediately. But it will produce heat in the body. So eat a lot of fruits along with that