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Nourish Perinatal Wellness
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Begin your pregnancy, birth and parenting adventure with confidence. Instant access to videos, podcasts and more.
Begin your pregnancy, birth and parenting adventure with confidence. Instant access to videos, podcasts and more.

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We certainly think there is a place for online antenatal education.

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Pre-eclampsia is not a new condition of pregnancy. We’ve known about it for generations and although the symptoms have stayed the same, our understanding of this disorder and treatment options have really improved. Which means now, more than ever before, women with Pre-eclampsia are diagnosed earlier and the effects on themselves and their baby minimised. http://ow.ly/2dkH30bV31q

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Why is tummy time such a “thing”?

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It’s so important to make sure you’re looking after yourself, but it’s definitely hard to do this with an infant. Here are some health hacks for tired mums.

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Toddler yelling is not uncommon. Most toddlers are loud, but there are always a few who are louder than most. So why do toddlers yell?

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Often, the quickest way to stop a baby from crying is to feed them. But feeding isn’t always the answer, and in fact sometimes, can make an unhappy situation even worse. http://ow.ly/nQ7N30aC1Gc

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When you are pregnant you’ll find you need all sorts of tests. Many are specific to pregnancy, so it’s unlikely you’d need the same types of tests done at any other time in your life. All are designed to monitor your own, as well as your baby’s health.


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Playing, interacting with others, problem solving and doing a whole range of activities simply don’t happen if a child is sitting, focused on a screen.

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Most people have heard about postnatal depression, but did you know that Dad’s get depression too? It’s called ‘paternal depression’ and it’s a common experience for men. Up to 1 in 10 Dads will experience it either during the pregnancy or after baby arrives. http://ow.ly/wc2X308RG9L
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