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Question: Hospital bag me kya kya lena hai?
Answer: Hi. Take your 2 comfortable night gowns and one fresh cloth for returning home.
Keep your esentials like brush, comb, oil, soap, sanitizer, hankerchief, a dupatta, some eadables, knife, small scissor, a plate, glass bowl and two spoon.
Keep extra cotton bedsheet which you use no more or cotton saree wash it properly. In some hospitals they ask for it.
Now for your baby keep two towel to take baby,keep 2-3 sets of cloth, in some hospital they give baby diaper but in many they use cotton nappy which is thrown as baby poop meconium in starting, so a clean piece of cloth for that.
Question: hospital bag me kya kya rkhna chahiye
Answer: maternity bras (no underwire) and nursing pads (whether or not you plan to nurse, you’ll appreciate the support and leak protection)
Toiletries and personal items: hairbrush, toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, face wash, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, contact lens case and solution (remember, travel-sized products are your friends)
Loose, lightweight clothing (maternity wards can often be hot)
Comfortable going-home clothes in six-month maternity sizes, and flat shoes (or just wear the clothes you came in—sorry, but they’ll probably still fit)
Bath towel (the hospital will probably supply a very thin, small one)
A comfy pillow from home (with a case that can get ruined, in a pattern distinguishable from hospital white)
A few pairs of maternity underwear that can get ruined (the hospital will have disposable pairs, which some women find handy and others find gross)
Question: Hospital ke liye bag me kya rkhe
Answer: Hi dear, its very important to keep the maternity bag ready as soon as you cross your 37th week and its very improtant to pack every necessary things so that it will be a smooth time after baby would come :
Copies of your medical records.
Cotton socks (if the weather is cold)
Massage oil or lotion if you would like to be massaged during your labour.
Snacks and drinks, if permitted by the hospital.
Things to help you relax or pass the time,such as books, magazines, games and so on.
Mobile phone and charger.
Make sure you have enough credit to send out announcement messages!
A hairband. You might want your hair tied up or pulled back.
Water spray bottle and wet wipes to freshen up.
Music to listen to. Some hospitals may provide CD players.
Pillows and cushions to make you more comfortable. They will come in handy after birth while breastfeeding, too.
Four sets of clothes that are suited to the season. Rompers, sleep suits, cotton jhablas,T-shirts, shorts or leggings, will all work well.
Three vests or onesies to be worn as innerwear. In hot weather, one layer of clothing might be enough.
Two sweaters for winter babies.
One pair of socks or booties.
Two soft cotton sheets for your baby's bed.
One waterproof sheet protector or rubber under sheet to keep the bed from getting wet with spit up, pee or breastmilk.
One baby blanket.
Take a warm, soft one if the weather is cold.
A light cotton sheet will probably be enough in summer.
12 nappies, nappy pads or diapers per day.
Wet wipes and changing mat. They may come in handy for nappy changing.One soft towel.
Toiletries (a baby cleanser, shampoo, massage oil, hairbrush, nail clippers).
A few soft cotton squares or hand towels to clean spit-up or spills while feeding.
Question: Hi mujhe hospital bag pack Karna hai. Kya Kya saman rakhna chahea bag me? Pls suggest me?
Answer: Hello dear, you can pack these all before going hospital.
A fresh nightgown, if you prefer to wear your own. Your cell phone and charger. Snacks! After many hours of labor, you're likely to be pretty hungry, and you may not want to rely solely on hospital food. So bring your own – crackers, fresh or dried fruit, nuts, granola bars, or whatever you think you'll enjoy. Pack a few personal items, such as a toothbrush and toothpaste, lip balm, deodorant, a brush and comb, makeup, and a hair band or barrettes. Hospitals usually provide soap, shampoo, and lotion, but you might prefer your own. Comfortable nursing bras or regular bras.
Several pairs of maternity underpants and pad.
Gifts for older siblings. Some parents bring gifts for the new baby to "give" to big brothers and sisters. A notepad or journal and pen or pencil. Track your baby's feeding sessions, write down questions you have for the nurse, note what the pediatrician tells you. A going-home outfit. Bring something roomy and easy to get into, and a pair of flat, comfortable shoes. Your baby will need an outfit to go home in, including socks or booties.
A receiving blanket. Make it a heavy one if the weather's cold.
Hope it helped, Take care urself...