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    read our interesting articles about making your home baby friendly and how you can effectively introduce your little one to his or her siblings without too much disruption Read more about the following topics Find doctor right First aid accidents

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    of the unborn and make a significant contribution to the child s intellectual and sensory development which will be of lasting effect It will also illustrate the great joy that you can experience in nurturing your unborn and developing emotional bonds before birth The PRACTICA PROGRAM has been helping parents to support their children s development since 1993 If your child is between the ages of birth and 7 years

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    Keep an eye on this page for forthcoming promotions Copyright 2004 DLA GROUP PTY LTD All rights reserved

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    may feel a gentle tugging once the surgeon starts to lift baby out but you won t feel any pain Usually the obstetrician shows you your baby after he s lifted it out of your uterus After this the umbilical cord is clamped and cut You can ask if you or your partner can cut the cord The actual delivery probably takes no more than 10 minutes Baby will then be handed to the paediatrician and midwife for examination Sometimes a baby delivered by caesar doesn t start breathing immediately which is why it s essential for a caesar baby to be attended to by the paediatrician straightaway During this time the placenta is removed through the same opening and you may be given an injection to prevent heavy bleeding While you re being stitched baby s weighed and cleaned and may be given to you to hold if all s well Each tissue layer will be repaired separately and stitching can take up to 45 minutes A general anaesthetic means that you re unconscious during the procedure but this tends to be used only if there isn t enough time to wait for a local anaesthetic to take effect With a general anaesthetic it s unlikely your birth partner will be allowed into the operating theatre Once your obstetrician is satisfied with your and baby s progress you can go home this usually after about five days You may need to come back though to have your stitches removed and the incision checked top Will it be painful A few lucky moms get through the first few days after a caesar without too much pain but even so you re likely to need pain relief The anaesthetist will have topped up your epidural or given you an injection to see you through the first few hours and you may have been given a pain relieving suppository too Ask for more pain relief just as this begins to wear off A catheter fitted to empty your bladder will be removed after 24 hours and the drip that was attached for surgery is likely to remain in place while you re carefully monitored over the next day or two It may be uncomfortable to roll over in bed and lots of women feel frustrated that they can t reach for their baby Make the most of the help available in hospital and rest as much as possible You have after all undergone a major surgical procedure By the time you re ready to go home a painkiller should easily control the pain You ll bleed just as you would after a vaginal birth so make sure you re prepared with plenty of maternity pads top Scars and stitches When the dressing is removed after a few days your wound is likely to still look red and angry There will be bruising around the scar and the thought of wearing a bikini will be depressing Within a few months though the scar

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