Your baby’s almost due and you’re on the lookout for a confinement nanny. You need one fast but also want to make sure you get the best one. Find out everything you need to know from which questions to ask during the interview to what all hiring one entails.
Asians tend to have many taboos and practices, when it comes to the period of confinement. Most of these were designed to ease the burden of the new mum and help create an ideal recovery stage that will give her renewed health. For a better idea let’s browse some common practices of a traditional confinement in Asia.
A confinement nanny is someone who will help a new mother with the care of her baby in order to ease her transition process from a pregnant woman to a new mother. Here’s what to consider before you hire one.
Are you having severe bleeding after the delivery of your baby? About 4 percent of women suffer postpartum haemorrhage after delivery, and the chances of it increase with a cesarean birth. Find out what it is and what the symptoms, risk factors, and treatments are.