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  1. Problems After Delivery of Your Baby - Prevention

    It is important to make healthy lifestyle choices to lower your chance for problems after your delivery. Get plenty of rest. Limit your use of caffeine if you are breast-feeding. Eat a healthful diet. Get enough protein,vitamin B 12,vitamin D,and zinc. These nutrients are vital to your baby's growth,development,and weight gain. Pay attention to your nutrition,especially if you are ...

  2. Problems After Delivery of Your Baby - Preparing For Your Appointment

    To prepare for your appointment,see the topic Making the Most of Your Appointment You can help your doctor diagnose and treat your condition by being prepared to answer the following questions: What are your main symptoms? How long have you had your symptoms? Have you had this problem before? If so,do you know what caused the problem at that time? How was it treated? What activities make your ...

  3. Problems After Delivery of Your Baby - Topic Overview

    During the days and weeks after the delivery of your baby (postpartum period),you can expect that your body will change as it returns to its nonpregnant condition. The postpartum period lasts for 3 months after delivery. As with pregnancy changes,postpartum changes are different for every woman. For example,if you had heartburn while you were pregnant,it may go away after delivery. But ...

  4. Problems After Delivery of Your Baby - Check Your Symptoms

    If you answer yes to any of the following questions,click on the "Yes" in front of the question for information about how soon to see a health professional. Review health risks that may increase the seriousness of your symptoms. Note: If you develop problems and your doctor has given you specific instructions to follow,be sure to follow those instructions. vaginal bleeding. Do you have ...

  5. Soothing Your Sick Child

    WebMD offers tips on soothing your sick infant or toddler.

  6. Choosing Child Care - Beginning Your Search

    Individual child careBabysitters and mother's helpers. Babysitters provide informal, periodic, in - home care for your child, such as when you need to run errands or have planned an evening out. They are usually paid hourly and maintain general household order, but they are not expected to do housekeeping chores. A mother's helper is similar to a babysitter but is someone who watches your child ..

  7. Choosing Child Care - Individual Care Providers

    Types of individual providers Babysitters and mother's helpers. Babysitters provide informal in-home care for your child,such as when you need to run errands or have planned an evening out. They are usually paid hourly and maintain general household order. But they are not expected to do housekeeping chores. A mother's helper is similar to a babysitter but is someone who watches your child ...

  8. Choosing Child Care - Helping Your Child Get Started

    At the start of a new child care routine,it's common for a child to show some signs of anxiety,such as clinging or crying when you leave. With your child's needs in mind,try to ease the transition. Prepare yourself and your child. If you are enrolling your child in care for the first time,it may be helpful for you both to get used to spending time apart. Hire a babysitter or ask a friend ...

  9. Choosing Child Care - Paying for Child Care

    Budgeting for child care takes work. Plan ahead and think about your future child care expenses as far in advance as possible. Keep in mind that it may take time to process applications or that there may be a waiting list,especially if you are trying to qualify for financial assistance. Child care referral agencies or other experts (such as some state or federal government agencies) can help ...

  10. Choosing Child Care - Other Concerns

    Paying for high - quality child careBudgeting for child care takes work. Plan ahead and think about your future child care expenses as far in advance as possible. Keep in mind that it may take time to process applications or there may be a waiting list, especially if you are trying to qualify for financial assistance.Child care referral agencies or other experts (such as some state or federal ...

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