Coffee and a chat with the midwife 1300 – 1400.
Aquanatal classes near Fareham
Ultrasound scanning is carried in different stages of pregnancy to check the development of baby. It uses sound waves to create a picture of your baby in your womb. The power of the sound waves is very low so that it is safe for both mother and the baby. No special preparation is required for ultrasound scan. Scans will mostly be carried out by a sonographer. Partner or bystander is usually allowed during scanning. Complications in pregnancy can be detected by ultrasound. Sex of the baby can be determined during the scan but this depends on the policy of the hospital. An ultrasound cannot detect all problems a baby may have. There are two major scans that are done during your pregnancy. Rest all scans depend upon the requirement. Your doctor will advise you if they are required. Sometimes they are carried out during the end of your pregnancy to understand if everything is fine or there is any complication. Your First Ultrasound Scan: When is first ultrasound scan done? First ultrasound scan is done between 8-14 weeks of pregnancy. The first scan is also called dating scan. What you need to know about it? Ultrasound is a painless diagnosis […]
Expecting your first baby? It’s always a good idea to get your knowledge updated on what’s correct or what’s wrong while handling a new baby. Here are a few baby care tips you should be aware of: 1- You should always breastfeed your baby as soon as you both are ready. Most of the midwives help you do that, in the case for any reason they are keeping your baby in a nursery, you should speak to them if you can breastfeed your baby. The first yellowish colostrum is full of nutrition and is very healthy for your baby. 2- As soon as you leave the hospital, you will need a car seat to take your baby. Hospitals won’t allow you to take away your babies without car seats. If you are taking your baby via your own car, buy a car seat or arrange for one. If you are going back home via a taxi, then find out in advance the taxi services which come with a baby car seat. 3- Your baby might get rashes at the beginning on his / her face or the body. It is normal for the baby’s to show up those small red […]
There are five types of practice for Yoga / Yog / Yoga Asanas: Asans in the standing position.Asans in the sitting position.Asans done while lying on the stomach.Asans done while lying on the back.Asans practised for meditation and concentration. Yoga Asanas in Standing Position There are many asans done in the standing position and prominently among them few asans as noted below are commonly practised by the persons according to their age, health and body power. Surya Namaskar, Tadasan, Garudasan, Ardhchandrasan, Ashwathasan, Dhruwasan, Vrikshasan, Padhastasan. Yoga Asans in Sitting Position There are so many asanas practised in the sitting posture. Some of the Asans prominently practised commonly by the persons according to their age and physical power are noted below. Kamarchakrasan, Janushirasan, Pashchimottanasan, Gorashahsan, Gomukhasan, Baddhpadmasan, Konasan, Yogmudrasan, Ardmatsyendrasan, Vajrasan, Ushtrasan, Mandookasan, Bhoonamanasan, Shashankasan, Akarnadhanushtankarasan, Brahamcharyasan, Suptavajrasan, Padangushthasan, Singhasan, Parvatasan, Vakrasan, Ardhchandrasan and many more. Yoga Asans While Lying On Stomach Bhujangasan, Shalbhasan, Makarasan, Dhanurasan, Naukasan, Sarpasan, Shithilasan, Mayurasan and many other asans. Yoga Asans While Lying On Back Uthanpadasan, Katiuttanasan, Matsyasan, Halasan, Sarvangasan, Pawanmukhtasan, Markatasan, Hastpadottanasan, Chakrasan, Padvrittasan, Setubandhasan, Chakrasan, Dwichakrikasan, Shavasan and many more. Yoga Asanas for Meditation Padmasan, Sukhasan, Swastikasan, Sidhasan. Compiled by: Mr. S. N. Gupta