The cost of having a baby may be higher than you think. I will list all the costs and offer you some ideas to budget for your baby’s first year. Birth Birth doula: $1000-$2000 Vaginal birth with health insurance: Call your insurance company for details Vaginal birth without health insurance: $ 15,000 C-section birth with health insurance: Call your insurance company for details C-section birth without health insurance: $20,000 Homebirth: $3000-4000 (Your health insurance may
The placenta (zi he che) is a beneficial herb during postpartum, according to Chinese Traditional Medicine. It contains many nutrients for recovery after childbirth. It is rich in iron and protein and can help prevent or stop excess bleeding, increase milk supply and prevent postpartum depression. Eating placenta is well-known and accepted in many cultures for its health benefits. In Asia, moms frequently ask for their placenta after their baby has been delivered. In the US,
For a pregnant woman, sleeping positioning is one of the biggest concerns. Why? Improper positioning can be very uncomfortable, it may be a danger for both mother and baby by interfering with uterine blood flow and resulting in maternal hypotension, nausea, fainting, and ultimately shock, along with consequent effects on a baby.
How about lying on my back?
No! You should avoid lying on your back after the first trimester. The weight of the uterus puts pressure on the inferi