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All About Having A Baby (A Step-by-Step Guide on Pregnancy and Baby Care)
All About Having A Baby (A Step-by-Step Guide on Pregnancy and Baby Care)
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Back of the Book

All About Having a Bay tells you all you need to know about conception, pregnancy, childbirth and bay care. The latest work of eminent physician, writer and health columnist Dr. Yatish Agarwal and writer-biologist Rekha Agarwal, it explains in a lucid and jargon-free manner things you always wanted to ask your obstetrician-how babies are born, what to expect during pregnancy, essential care, diet, exercises, antenatal tests and check ups, common problems and complications, childbirth, aftercare and how to look after your bay. A friendly user’s guide, it is a must read for all expectant parents and experienced grandparents.

From the Jacket

The birth of a baby is one of the most joyful moments in one’s life. It is a sacred and fulfilling experience, which changes one’s whole outlook on life. A baby is a symbol of all that’s beautiful, precious, and most wonderful in life. The birth of a baby in a happy, healthy family means that the bond between husband and wife has come of age. Together you create a new human being who embodies a part of each of you— your bodies, minds, and spirits, and is in a true sense, your own vision of yourselves carrying on your love and work and life into the future.

The groundwork for good parenting must begin the moment you decide upon having a baby. That is the time to take stock and make a few preparations. To set the ball rolling, you must know the rules and nuances of human plan of reproduction for your baby’s safety and good health.

The moment conception occurs, the mother takes the responsibility of nurturing the seed of life. Bit by hit, cell-by-cell, perfused by her arteries the tiny fertilised egg grows into a complete baby! A single cell grows and matures into billions of cells; still each baby is unique.

Only a mother can feel the tug of this special bond, only she can feel the pride of her creation. By giving birth, she ensures life’s continuation.

Finally the big day arrives. You take up a new role. Bringing up that helpless bundle of life has both its rewards and punishment. The sleepless nights, the splitting headaches are salved when the baby smiles or when those tiny fingers clasp yours. Knowing the simple rules of baby care prepares you for the tasks that lie ahead.

This hook packs the present-day modern knowledge about conceiving, carrying and caring of your baby without renouncing the wisdom of old. It sifts facts from myths and fulfils the role of a friend who has the answers to most oi your questions.

About the Author

Yatish Agarwal (MBBS, MD, DSc)

Dr.Yatish Agarwal is a noted physician, writer and health columnist. His popular hooks, essays, articles, columns, radio broadcasts and TV serials and chat shows on the net have spread his message of good health and simple, sensible living to millions of people. Several of his hooks are bestsellers and now available in many languages. His columns Medibyte, You Ask We Answer and Body Talk in the leading national daily Hindustan Times and Swasthya Suljhan in the leading-most women’s magazine Crihshobha are immensely popular. A Doctor of Medicine from the University of Delhi, Dr. Agarwal has been a recipient of the Atmaram Samman (1999), NCSTC National Science Award (1999), Meghnad Saha Award (1991, ‘92 & ‘93), National Excellence Award (1992-93) and Ministry of Health’s National Award (1994/95,97). Dr. Agarwal works at New Delhi’s Safdarjung Hospital. He has in the past been associated with the Vallabhbhai Pate1 Chest Institute, New Delhi, Rajan Babu Tuberculosis Hospital, New Delhi, and also the National Cancer Centre Hospital, Tokyo.

Rekha Agarwal (BSc, MA, PG Dip in Journalism)

Rekha Agarwal is a noted writer, broadcaster and editor. Her previous works include The Story of Blood, Khalifa Ki Pagdi and Nan Vigyan. Her stories and articles have been published in several leading literary journals and national dailies. Many of her works have also been translated into Oriya and Bengali. A recipient of the Hindi Akademi Award (1985) and Ministry Of Health’s National Award (1997), she works as an editor with the National Council of Educational Research & Training, New Delhi.

Designer
Narendra

A graphic designer of international renown, Narendra is best known for his seminal work in symbols and logos. An awardee of Jawahar Lal Nehru Fellowship (1973) and Sahitya Kala Parishad Samman (1993), he has held several one man shows in India and some of the best known art galleries in Europe. He has been the logo designer for Pierre Cardin, Paris; Asia 72; Maharja Ranjeet Singh Trust; Jahr Teller (1975); and Energie Teller Rosenthal (1979).

Preface

The birth of a baby is one of the most joyful moments in one’s life. It is a sacred and fulfilling experience, which change one’s whole outlook on life. A baby is a symbol of all that’s beautiful, precious, and most wonderful in life. The birth of a baby in a happy, healthy family means that the bond between husband and wife has come of age. Together you create a new human being who embodies a part of each of you-your bodies, minds, and spirits, and is in a true sense, your own vision of yourselves carrying on your love and work and life into the future.

The groundwork of good parenting must begin the moment you decide upon having a baby. That is the time to take stock and make a few Preparations. To set the ball rolling, you must know the rules and nuances of human plan of reproduction for your baby’s safety and good health.

The moment conception occurs, the mother takes the responsibility of nurturing the seed of life. Bit by bit, cell-by-cell, perfused by her arteries the tiny fertilized egg grows into a complete baby! A single cell grows and matures into billions of cells; still each bay is unique. Only a mother can feel the tug of this special bond, only she can feel the pride of her creation. By giving birth, she ensures life’s continuation.

The 40 weeks or so of toil is crossed by some remarkable changes. Most women are lucky and have a fairly smooth pregnancy. However, 15 percent pregnancies do not do well and terminate in an abortion. Again, there are times when a pregnancy gets mired in complications and requires deft handling for a satisfactory outcome.

Finally, the big day arrives. You take up a new role. Bringing up that helpless bundle of life has both its rewards and punishment. The sleepless nights, the splitting headaches are salved when the baby smiles or when those tiny fingers clasp yours. Knowing the simple rules of baby care prepares you for the tasks that lie ahead.

This book packs the present-day modern knowledge about conceiving, carrying and caring of your baby without renouncing the wisdom of old. It sifts facts from myths and fulfils the role of a friend who has the answers to most of your questions. But in no case does it pretend to be a substitute for the practical wisdom of an obstetrician who must take on the spot decisions based on the immediate evidence available to her. Make the best use of this work in this light.

Contents

Preface
Are You Ready to Have a Baby? 14
Mark Out Your Best Years, When to Stop Contraceptives, Check Your Rubella Status, Give Up Smoking, Avoid Alcohol, Beware!, Any Medicine Can Be Dangerous, Risks at the Work Place, Risks of an Inherited Abnormality, When Are You Most Likely to Conceive?, How Long Does It Usually Take to Conceive?, Can You Choose Your Baby’s Sex?
What Makes Babies 28
Female Sexual System, Female Sex Hormones and What They Do, The Menstrual Cycle, Male Sexual System, Conception
Knowing that You Are Pregnant 44
The First Symptoms, Tests to Confirm Pregnancy
The Exciting Happenings of Pregnancy 52
How Your Baby Develops, Nourishment for Your Baby, Chromosomes and Genes, Twins and Triplets, Changes a Mother Goes Through
What to Eat and Why 68
Carbohydrates, Fats and Proteins, Vitamins, Minerals, Additional Allowances, Weight Watching, Diet Plan
How Simple Asanas and Exercises Help 80
Maintain Good Body Alignment, The Healthy Way of Doing Things, Relax with Simple Asanas, Some Easy Fitness Exercises, Relief from Discomfort, Conscious Relaxation for Easy Childbirth, How to Breathe during Labour
Sensible Care during Pregnancy 94
At Work, Exercise, Sports and Rest, Clothing and Footwear, Travel, Sex, Smoking, Alcohol and Medicines, Protection from Radiation, The Power of Logic
All about Doctors and Tests 104
Choice of Doctor, Choice of Hospital, Calculating Baby’s Arrival Date, Objectives of Obstetric C are, The Antenatal Care Routine, First Visit, Subsequent Visits, Why Go For These Checks, Vaccinations, Special Tests, The Ultrasound Test, Amniocentesis, Check if You Are a High Risk Mother
Common Problems during Pregnancy 120
Nausea and Morning Sickness, Indigestion an Heartburn, Dizziness, Headaches, Insomnia, Fatigue, Breathlessness, Excessive Urination, Abdominal Pain, Constipation Piles, Backache, Cramps, Bleeding Gums, Nose Bleeds, Itching, Varicose Veins, Swollen Ankles and Feet, Swelling and Varicose Veins of the Vulva, Vaginal Discharge
Tiding Over the Difficult Problems 134
Anaemia, Urinary Infections, Toxaemia and Eclampsia, Premature Rupture of Membranes
When Pregnancy Goes Wrong 142
Miscarriage, Ectopic Pregnancy, A Handicapped Baby
Welcoming Your Baby 152
Preparing for Birth, How to Recognise When Labour Starts, At the Hospital, Pain Relief, What Happens During Labour, Special Situations, Rhesus Negative Mothers Induction, Forceps Delivery, Vacuum Extraction, Caesarean Section, Breech Birth
The Initial Days: You and Your Baby 170
At the Hospital Eating, Getting Back on Your Feet, When to Bathe, Care of Stitches, Post Delivery Discharge, Resumption of Menstrual Periods, Your Shape, The Truth about Witch’s Milk, All About Breast Feeding, Care of Your Baby, Handling the Infant, Clothing the Baby, Placing the Baby in the Crib, Baby Facts, Bathing and Hygiene, Nappies, Care of Baby’s Navel, Keeping a Record of Baby’s Weight, Sleep Pattern, Crying, Passing Urine, Stools, What a Newborn Baby Can Do, Development of the Senses, Immunisation at Birth, Registering the Birth
The First Year: You and Your Baby 192
Coping with New Responsibilities, What to Eat, Why Mother’s Milk Is Best?, Problems With Breast-Feeding, Exercise to Get Back in Shape, The Postnatal Check-up, Resuming Sex, Contraception, Stretch Marks, Going Back to Work, Weaning onto a Bottle, Bottle-Feeding, Some Common Concerns about Feeding, Vitamin Drops, Introducing Solid Foods, Baby’s Progress Card, Weight Gain, Height Increase, Head Circumference, Chest Circumference, Eruption of Teeth, Developmental Milestones Vaccination Schedule, Crying, Sleeping Pattern, Making Things Interesting for Your Baby
Appendices 222
Maternity Benefits, The Calorie Count, Glossary, Further Reading

All About Having A Baby (A Step-by-Step Guide on Pregnancy and Baby Care)

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Back of the Book

All About Having a Bay tells you all you need to know about conception, pregnancy, childbirth and bay care. The latest work of eminent physician, writer and health columnist Dr. Yatish Agarwal and writer-biologist Rekha Agarwal, it explains in a lucid and jargon-free manner things you always wanted to ask your obstetrician-how babies are born, what to expect during pregnancy, essential care, diet, exercises, antenatal tests and check ups, common problems and complications, childbirth, aftercare and how to look after your bay. A friendly user’s guide, it is a must read for all expectant parents and experienced grandparents.

From the Jacket

The birth of a baby is one of the most joyful moments in one’s life. It is a sacred and fulfilling experience, which changes one’s whole outlook on life. A baby is a symbol of all that’s beautiful, precious, and most wonderful in life. The birth of a baby in a happy, healthy family means that the bond between husband and wife has come of age. Together you create a new human being who embodies a part of each of you— your bodies, minds, and spirits, and is in a true sense, your own vision of yourselves carrying on your love and work and life into the future.

The groundwork for good parenting must begin the moment you decide upon having a baby. That is the time to take stock and make a few preparations. To set the ball rolling, you must know the rules and nuances of human plan of reproduction for your baby’s safety and good health.

The moment conception occurs, the mother takes the responsibility of nurturing the seed of life. Bit by hit, cell-by-cell, perfused by her arteries the tiny fertilised egg grows into a complete baby! A single cell grows and matures into billions of cells; still each baby is unique.

Only a mother can feel the tug of this special bond, only she can feel the pride of her creation. By giving birth, she ensures life’s continuation.

Finally the big day arrives. You take up a new role. Bringing up that helpless bundle of life has both its rewards and punishment. The sleepless nights, the splitting headaches are salved when the baby smiles or when those tiny fingers clasp yours. Knowing the simple rules of baby care prepares you for the tasks that lie ahead.

This hook packs the present-day modern knowledge about conceiving, carrying and caring of your baby without renouncing the wisdom of old. It sifts facts from myths and fulfils the role of a friend who has the answers to most oi your questions.

About the Author

Yatish Agarwal (MBBS, MD, DSc)

Dr.Yatish Agarwal is a noted physician, writer and health columnist. His popular hooks, essays, articles, columns, radio broadcasts and TV serials and chat shows on the net have spread his message of good health and simple, sensible living to millions of people. Several of his hooks are bestsellers and now available in many languages. His columns Medibyte, You Ask We Answer and Body Talk in the leading national daily Hindustan Times and Swasthya Suljhan in the leading-most women’s magazine Crihshobha are immensely popular. A Doctor of Medicine from the University of Delhi, Dr. Agarwal has been a recipient of the Atmaram Samman (1999), NCSTC National Science Award (1999), Meghnad Saha Award (1991, ‘92 & ‘93), National Excellence Award (1992-93) and Ministry of Health’s National Award (1994/95,97). Dr. Agarwal works at New Delhi’s Safdarjung Hospital. He has in the past been associated with the Vallabhbhai Pate1 Chest Institute, New Delhi, Rajan Babu Tuberculosis Hospital, New Delhi, and also the National Cancer Centre Hospital, Tokyo.

Rekha Agarwal (BSc, MA, PG Dip in Journalism)

Rekha Agarwal is a noted writer, broadcaster and editor. Her previous works include The Story of Blood, Khalifa Ki Pagdi and Nan Vigyan. Her stories and articles have been published in several leading literary journals and national dailies. Many of her works have also been translated into Oriya and Bengali. A recipient of the Hindi Akademi Award (1985) and Ministry Of Health’s National Award (1997), she works as an editor with the National Council of Educational Research & Training, New Delhi.

Designer
Narendra

A graphic designer of international renown, Narendra is best known for his seminal work in symbols and logos. An awardee of Jawahar Lal Nehru Fellowship (1973) and Sahitya Kala Parishad Samman (1993), he has held several one man shows in India and some of the best known art galleries in Europe. He has been the logo designer for Pierre Cardin, Paris; Asia 72; Maharja Ranjeet Singh Trust; Jahr Teller (1975); and Energie Teller Rosenthal (1979).

Preface

The birth of a baby is one of the most joyful moments in one’s life. It is a sacred and fulfilling experience, which change one’s whole outlook on life. A baby is a symbol of all that’s beautiful, precious, and most wonderful in life. The birth of a baby in a happy, healthy family means that the bond between husband and wife has come of age. Together you create a new human being who embodies a part of each of you-your bodies, minds, and spirits, and is in a true sense, your own vision of yourselves carrying on your love and work and life into the future.

The groundwork of good parenting must begin the moment you decide upon having a baby. That is the time to take stock and make a few Preparations. To set the ball rolling, you must know the rules and nuances of human plan of reproduction for your baby’s safety and good health.

The moment conception occurs, the mother takes the responsibility of nurturing the seed of life. Bit by bit, cell-by-cell, perfused by her arteries the tiny fertilized egg grows into a complete baby! A single cell grows and matures into billions of cells; still each bay is unique. Only a mother can feel the tug of this special bond, only she can feel the pride of her creation. By giving birth, she ensures life’s continuation.

The 40 weeks or so of toil is crossed by some remarkable changes. Most women are lucky and have a fairly smooth pregnancy. However, 15 percent pregnancies do not do well and terminate in an abortion. Again, there are times when a pregnancy gets mired in complications and requires deft handling for a satisfactory outcome.

Finally, the big day arrives. You take up a new role. Bringing up that helpless bundle of life has both its rewards and punishment. The sleepless nights, the splitting headaches are salved when the baby smiles or when those tiny fingers clasp yours. Knowing the simple rules of baby care prepares you for the tasks that lie ahead.

This book packs the present-day modern knowledge about conceiving, carrying and caring of your baby without renouncing the wisdom of old. It sifts facts from myths and fulfils the role of a friend who has the answers to most of your questions. But in no case does it pretend to be a substitute for the practical wisdom of an obstetrician who must take on the spot decisions based on the immediate evidence available to her. Make the best use of this work in this light.

Contents

Preface
Are You Ready to Have a Baby? 14
Mark Out Your Best Years, When to Stop Contraceptives, Check Your Rubella Status, Give Up Smoking, Avoid Alcohol, Beware!, Any Medicine Can Be Dangerous, Risks at the Work Place, Risks of an Inherited Abnormality, When Are You Most Likely to Conceive?, How Long Does It Usually Take to Conceive?, Can You Choose Your Baby’s Sex?
What Makes Babies 28
Female Sexual System, Female Sex Hormones and What They Do, The Menstrual Cycle, Male Sexual System, Conception
Knowing that You Are Pregnant 44
The First Symptoms, Tests to Confirm Pregnancy
The Exciting Happenings of Pregnancy 52
How Your Baby Develops, Nourishment for Your Baby, Chromosomes and Genes, Twins and Triplets, Changes a Mother Goes Through
What to Eat and Why 68
Carbohydrates, Fats and Proteins, Vitamins, Minerals, Additional Allowances, Weight Watching, Diet Plan
How Simple Asanas and Exercises Help 80
Maintain Good Body Alignment, The Healthy Way of Doing Things, Relax with Simple Asanas, Some Easy Fitness Exercises, Relief from Discomfort, Conscious Relaxation for Easy Childbirth, How to Breathe during Labour
Sensible Care during Pregnancy 94
At Work, Exercise, Sports and Rest, Clothing and Footwear, Travel, Sex, Smoking, Alcohol and Medicines, Protection from Radiation, The Power of Logic
All about Doctors and Tests 104
Choice of Doctor, Choice of Hospital, Calculating Baby’s Arrival Date, Objectives of Obstetric C are, The Antenatal Care Routine, First Visit, Subsequent Visits, Why Go For These Checks, Vaccinations, Special Tests, The Ultrasound Test, Amniocentesis, Check if You Are a High Risk Mother
Common Problems during Pregnancy 120
Nausea and Morning Sickness, Indigestion an Heartburn, Dizziness, Headaches, Insomnia, Fatigue, Breathlessness, Excessive Urination, Abdominal Pain, Constipation Piles, Backache, Cramps, Bleeding Gums, Nose Bleeds, Itching, Varicose Veins, Swollen Ankles and Feet, Swelling and Varicose Veins of the Vulva, Vaginal Discharge
Tiding Over the Difficult Problems 134
Anaemia, Urinary Infections, Toxaemia and Eclampsia, Premature Rupture of Membranes
When Pregnancy Goes Wrong 142
Miscarriage, Ectopic Pregnancy, A Handicapped Baby
Welcoming Your Baby 152
Preparing for Birth, How to Recognise When Labour Starts, At the Hospital, Pain Relief, What Happens During Labour, Special Situations, Rhesus Negative Mothers Induction, Forceps Delivery, Vacuum Extraction, Caesarean Section, Breech Birth
The Initial Days: You and Your Baby 170
At the Hospital Eating, Getting Back on Your Feet, When to Bathe, Care of Stitches, Post Delivery Discharge, Resumption of Menstrual Periods, Your Shape, The Truth about Witch’s Milk, All About Breast Feeding, Care of Your Baby, Handling the Infant, Clothing the Baby, Placing the Baby in the Crib, Baby Facts, Bathing and Hygiene, Nappies, Care of Baby’s Navel, Keeping a Record of Baby’s Weight, Sleep Pattern, Crying, Passing Urine, Stools, What a Newborn Baby Can Do, Development of the Senses, Immunisation at Birth, Registering the Birth
The First Year: You and Your Baby 192
Coping with New Responsibilities, What to Eat, Why Mother’s Milk Is Best?, Problems With Breast-Feeding, Exercise to Get Back in Shape, The Postnatal Check-up, Resuming Sex, Contraception, Stretch Marks, Going Back to Work, Weaning onto a Bottle, Bottle-Feeding, Some Common Concerns about Feeding, Vitamin Drops, Introducing Solid Foods, Baby’s Progress Card, Weight Gain, Height Increase, Head Circumference, Chest Circumference, Eruption of Teeth, Developmental Milestones Vaccination Schedule, Crying, Sleeping Pattern, Making Things Interesting for Your Baby
Appendices 222
Maternity Benefits, The Calorie Count, Glossary, Further Reading
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