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Archive for June, 2011

Baby Care Products

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011

Being a mother requires you to be extraordinarily responsible. You have to make sure that you are opting for high quality baby care products, as it will be directly affecting the health of your baby. There are numerous baby care products available in the markets, but the issue is that which one is the most suitable for your baby.

Often it happens that the baby products such as some creams applied to their skin does not suit the baby and cause allergies and various other skin infections. This does not mean that these products are not unswerving or hygienic for the baby, but it is that every skin has distinct characteristics, and some infants have sensitive skin hence require more care.

Parents need to keep this thing in mind that if the baby care products are causing any kind of allergy or irritation to the skin of your baby, causing skin discomfort, or any kind of rash, you must immediately consult a doctor. Make sure that you opt for such baby care products that are hygienic, organic, and pure and 100% natural. The baby is entirely dependent on parents, particularly more on mother. Moreover, it is your responsibility to make sure the entire carefulness for baby is done properly. Baby care is about not only feeding the baby, but it is about doing each and everything, which is useful and helpful in making your child healthier and blissful.

As a parent, you must know that sleep in extremely essential and influential for your baby. While the baby is sleeping, most of the growth of the body takes place. Therefore, their sleep needs to be extremely comfortable and you must make sure that the baby is getting flawless comfort when it is about the bedding, blankets, covers, and protection from insects such flies and mosquitoes should also be guaranteed.

The cleanliness is extremely essential and necessary for your baby. Such shampoos and soaps should be used which are particularly for babies. Moisturizing and mild soaps should be used to bath the baby. Baby creams, powders, and oils should be applied after the bathing session, which will make the skin more healthy and soft.

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Home Pregnancy Test

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

One of the most common home pregnancy related questions is: How soon can you take a home pregnancy test? Well, before we can give you that answer, lets explain how they work.

9 Days after fertilization has taken place, the egg will start to move down the fallopian tube into the uterus where implantation will take place. When the fertilized egg implants itself the placenta starts to develop and this triggers the release hCG into the woman’s blood. Some of this hCG will also pass through into the urine. It is this hCG hormone in the urine which a home pregnancy test uses to determine if you are pregnant or not.

While a few home pregnancy tests may be sensitive enough to show a pregnancy on the first day of a woman’s missed period, most test kits are more accurate about a week after a missed period.
What are the different home pregnancy tests?

The most common types of home pregnancy tests use a test strip or dipstick that you hold in the urine stream or dip into a sample of urine. An area on the end of the dipstick or test strip changes color if hCG is present, meaning you are pregnant.

A second type uses a urine collection cup with a test device. To use this type of test, you may place several drops of urine into a well in the test device or you put the test device into urine collected in a cup. An area of the device changes color if hCG is present, meaning you are pregnant.

A third, less common type of test, mixes a sample of urine in several tubes or cups with a powder or liquid to cause a chemical reaction. The presence of hCG causes a chemical reaction that makes a color change. The color of the mixture is compared with a color comparison strip to show if you are pregnant.