Mother and Child Care Parenting Care

Mother and Child needs to take care of:

Everyone around is telling you many things, do this, do that, do not do this, and do not do that. Everyone has their perspective, but for you, it’s the first time. So what are the necessary things you need to take care of? Are you sure about what your relatives are telling you is right? Or are they simply saddling you with additional responsibilities?? Let’s review answers to all your questions, which are relevant and proven by studies.

Where some women main deliver in a home with a skilled attendant all in a facility, while others may not have a skilled attendant. WHO has recommended mothers give birth in presence of skilled attendants and are not to be is charged 24 hours after birth, to monitor the mother’s and baby’s condition. There is the possibility of many complications that occur within 24 hours after delivery, so the postnatal examination is to be done as early as possible.

Following are some key issues to talk about with the woman and her family after the delivery to ensure sufficient care for both the kid and the mother.

∆‌ Someone should be nearby to the child and women for the initial 24 hours after birth.

∆‌ The recommended timings of postnatal visits.

∆‌ To maintain proper nutrition, the new mother must continue to eat more healthful foods. Along with that, the mother should be provided with plenty of clean and safe water.

∆‌ Importance of rest, sleep, and the need to avoid hard physical labor.

∆‌ It is normal to bleed after postpartum which is known as lochia. Women should also be told to which extent they can expect bleeding and how long. If it goes more abnormal, they are required to seek care urgently.

∆‌ Women should also be speaking about personal hygiene concerning local practices and the environment. Discuss what type of pads do they have used and how frequently they should change. How frequently they should be washing their hands to prevent other infections is also an important point to be discussed.

‌∆ Another important point is resumed sexual activities. The significance of condom use, as well as HIV. Sexual activities should be avoided until perineal wounds are healed.

∆‌ The importance of nursing, as well as how long to breastfeed, how much time to breastfeed each day, and how many times to breastfeed, should be discussed with new mothers.

Further, care at home should be provided to both, mother and child. Because labor and childbirth are physically demanding, the woman should get enough rest in the first few weeks. This will help her regain strength and maintain health to adjust to their new life and role.

A mother’s food intake should be supplemented with iron and folic acid supplements, which should be taken for three months following birth. Women may frequently require assistance since they may not get enough sleep at night. Thus, family support is a must at this time. Conversation plays a major role here. Be open to suggestions and even asking help.

This will ease your Womanhood.

A woman shall seek immediate assistance in case of-
∆‌ Increased vaginal discharge and smelly
∆‌ Breathing difficulties coupled with chest pain
∆‌ If you are sick with a fever and can’t get out of bed.
‌∆ Severe headache and blurred visions
∆‌ Calf pain, redness, or swelling
‌∆ Depressive behavior or suicidal ideas

Now, with regards to newborn baby, here are some things you need to take care of:

‌∆ For the initial 6 months after delivery, the child is to be kept warm and to be worn 1-2 layers more than adults. If there is cold, put a hat on the baby’s head.

∆ Nothing is to be put on the baby’s stump, and proper care of t umbilical cord is to be taken.

∆‌ It becomes necessary to keep the baby clean, by washing the child every day with warm water and mild soap.

‌∆ At night, only breast milk should be provided.

‌∆ Ensure that your youngster completes the immunity doses according to the schedule until week six. The first dose is usually given on day 3, the second between days 7 and 14, and the third between 4-6 weeks following birth, according to the standard schedule.

∆‌ When the baby is there, avoid smoking.

‌∆ Direct exposure to the sun is not recommended for infants.

If your child is having the below symptoms, do visit your doctor immediately:

∆‌ Difficulty in breathing
∆‌ Fever
∆‌ Cold
∆‌ Bleeding
∆‌ Not feeding
‌∆ Yellow palms or soles of feet
∆‌ Diarrhea
∆‌ Irritating more than usual
‌∆ Crying more

Considering the above, all these suggestions are either recommended by WHO or concluded from the studies. Any change in mother or child is to be observed before it turns out into dangerous stuff.

More open communication between the doctor, family members, and mother is expected to clear all the doubts regarding the child and herself.
Once the mother is clear on her responsibility, she will do it, but the family has to support her. So all the roles are to be held strongly while raising a child.

We at DoyaCare have a set of that advisories are essential for the care of mother and child. We have service that can ease your Motherhood, i.e. we provide caregivers who take care of both, mother and child. These are experienced ones that are best suited for any care you need.

Our Take

Request a referral from your doctor. Finding help for an emotional wellness issue can also help you with your care. Ascertain that you are in the care of Safe Hands.

We provide Personalized, Class Leading Care Taker Services for specialized cases like: 

  1. Normal Baby Care
  2. Twin Baby Care
  3. Premature Baby Care
  4. Low Weight Baby Care
  5. Mother Care 

Disclaimer: This website’s content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Such information is provided solely for educational purposes and is not intended to be a substitute for the advice of a doctor or qualified health care professional.


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