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    premature babies
  • In humans, preterm birth refers to the birth of a baby of less than 37 weeks gestational age. The cause for preterm birth is in many situations elusive and unknown; many factors appear to be associated with the development of preterm birth, making the reduction of preterm birth a challenging
  • (premature baby) ertgе tuwgan, zaman? cеtginci tuwgan, zamans?zlay tuwgan
  • (premature baby) an infant that is born prior to 37 weeks of gestation
    problems
  • (problem) a question raised for consideration or solution; "our homework consisted of ten problems to solve"
  • A matter or situation regarded as unwelcome or harmful and needing to be dealt with and overcome
  • An inquiry starting from given conditions to investigate or demonstrate a fact, result, or law
  • (problem) trouble: a source of difficulty; "one trouble after another delayed the job"; "what's the problem?"
  • (problem) a state of difficulty that needs to be resolved; "she and her husband are having problems"; "it is always a job to contact him"; "urban problems such as traffic congestion and smog"
  • A thing that is difficult to achieve or accomplish
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Newborn Care Tips and Advice
Newborn Care Tips and Advice
Learn how to care for your newborn. Other topics covered are baby development milestones, premature birth, proper umbilical cord care, newborn vaccinations, the benefits of breastfeeding, skin care advice for the newborn, the benefits of infant massage, baby formula, diaper rash, colic, newborn sleeping problems and solutions, baby gear, essential newborn supplies, child safety seats, traveling with your newborn, choosing the perfect nanny, choosing the right pediatrician and pets and your newborn.

Learn how to care for your newborn. Other topics covered are baby development milestones, premature birth, proper umbilical cord care, newborn vaccinations, the benefits of breastfeeding, skin care advice for the newborn, the benefits of infant massage, baby formula, diaper rash, colic, newborn sleeping problems and solutions, baby gear, essential newborn supplies, child safety seats, traveling with your newborn, choosing the perfect nanny, choosing the right pediatrician and pets and your newborn.

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ewan and isla
ewan and isla
I had a very difficult pregnancy, from four weeks until week nine I felt nauseated and from week ten onwards I was sick constantly and suffered terrible pains, landing me in hospital twice(once at 18 weeks and then at 22
weeks)

My employer, made things very difficult for me and as a diligent worker prior to pregnancy this made me feel even worse, every day off I had through illness meant, on my return, a parade through the office behind a supervisor for a 'back to work' talk. Did they not realise that my symptoms would not clear until I had given birth?

At 12 weeks I found out I was expecting twins, with none in our families, we were stunned and delighted, regardless of the physical torment!

After another stressful hospital admission and constant pressure at work I asked my doctor for a sick line and the following week I went to my first ante natal class. Why are there so few multiple birth classes? singleton pregnancy just isnt the same!

I came home that night out of sorts and at 2am I awoke thinking I had wet the bed, if only.

My husband called the hospital and we drove there as I got my first contraction. The hospital staff were great although reluctant to believe that I was in established labour. I pressed them for an examination and I was fully dilated. I was only 28 weeks pregnant.

I had an emergency c-section and although Ewan cried I wasnt able to see him as he was whisked away to scbu, Isla did not cry, although wrapped up I was allowed to see her before she too was taken away.

Four hours later we were told that they could be seen, I was immobile so Scott went alone and brought me back only a photo of our son Ewan.

Finally we got a photo of Isla and after nearly 8 hours I got to see my children from a wheel chair.

No explanation has ever given me any ideas as to the prematurity of my children.

We were in special care for eight long weeks and one bought of mrsa and heart problems. The stress of leaving my children behind and the pain of seperation however necessary is a heavy burden to carry. I had had enough of trying to sleep on a ward where you had to go to a day room for food and meet other happy mothers with term babies, it was torture of the highest degree so I had to leave hospital.

We spent close to ?1000 travelling up and down to the hospital twice a day and eating on the run, my maternity allowance had to kick in from their date of birth so I was financially crippled by premature delivery.

Due to delivering 12 weeks early, I lost 8 weeks of paid maternity leave and eight weeks of early bonding time with my children. Women who give birth early should be protected by sick pay until the original maternity start date they had chosen.

Rhona
"I Adore My Son Core" by Iris H. Zuares
"I Adore My Son Core" by Iris H. Zuares
Rose's first child was born in 1984 a true gift of life to always adore Rose had problems with pregnancy lost a few babies and so wanted a family frustrating times eventually worked out and Rose gave birth and felt a need to shout Her little Corey was born premature through modern science and plenty of love he did endure Corey grew to be a smart little guy took everything in his discerning eye he brought a laugh on many a day time to tell a few hope that is okay one day on the porch when Corey was two he was talking a lot when out of the blue he heard a child yell mommy and he said "Somebody wants you" Corey was taken everywhere his parents went museums were places of time well spent one Sunday they were at the Philly Museum of art Rose was always the teacher felt that was her part Rose would explain all the pictures that she saw and how the artists liked to draw Corey was fascinated and looked at it all so enjoyable were the discussions they had a ball at the museum on the second floor is the John G. Johnson collection that Rose did adore before entering the hall where these great works are displayed they sat on a bench and more was conveyed out in this area huge statues were seen sculptures done in marble and so perfectly keen Corey walked around and seemed to be studying them intensely Rose was so proud of her little man's propensity she said to Tino a genius is on hand his love of art at age two is quite grand Corey kept staring at this one statue quite long Rose said this is where her "gifted" boy does belong when all of a sudden as loud as can be Corey screamed out about what he did see people who were visiting and meandering by stopped walking to look at this little guy you see the statues were nudes and that was cool never hid nudity as an art form it did rule Corey shouted out and they wished they could hide "Them people have no shoes on" Rose almost died Photos of The Philadelphia Museum of Art courtesy of Google

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