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Huggies Support started new topic Do you do your Kegel's?

You've probably heard about the importance of doing your Kegel's or pelvic floor exercises but sometimes it can be hard to remember to do them. How to do pelvic floor muscles exercises ...

Friday 23 June 05:50am
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Huggies Support started new topic Giving birth before your due date via induction or c-section

We know the last few weeks of your pregnancy can be tough. You feel enormous, your ankles are swollen and it's super uncomfortable trying to sleep. Plus you really really want to meet your lit...

Thursday 22 June 06:10am
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Huggies Support started new topic Top tips for healing after a vaginal birth

Whether or not you had an episiotomy or stitches from a tear, you'll feel sore or swollen for a few days to weeks after giving birth. Experts say you'll heal faster if you: 1. Use an ice...

Wednesday 21 June 05:42am
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Huggies Support replied to topic Happy, scared, excited to totally freaking out

Congratulations on your pregnancy! Check out our Week-by-Week Pregnancy Guide! https://www.huggies.com.au/pregnancy/week-by-week

Wednesday 21 June 05:37am
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Huggies Support replied to topic Just found out you're pregnant? Are you due in February 2018?

2 Mummas_IVF Baby wrote: Today we confirmed by blood test that my partner is pregnant. Due 26th Feb 2018 smile Congratulations! That's wonderful news! You can follow our Week by Week Pregnanc...

Tuesday 20 June 06:20am
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Huggies Support replied to topic What a great forum

Thanks for your kind words Felix! Please let us know if you need any help with anything! We can be contacted here or via email at moderators@huggies.com.au

Tuesday 20 June 06:14am
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Huggies Support started new topic Handy sleep tips for new mums and dads

Sleep deprivation is real as you'll soon discover or may have already discovered if you've recently given birth. Here are a few top tips to help you negotiate the blurry world of lack of ...

Monday 19 June 06:28am
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Huggies Support started new topic Are you OK? Dads and post natal depression

It's not talked about that much, but many new dads experience post baby blues as well. Feeling sleep deprived, overwhelmed by the responsibility of caring for a new baby and feeling neglected ...

Sunday 18 June 07:25am
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Huggies Support started new topic Did you have an epidural? Was the experience what you expected?

About 60% of women will ask for an epidural during the birth of their child. However there are a few things you should know before considering an epidural as part of your birth plan. 1. The effect...

Friday 16 June 05:43am
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Huggies Support started new topic 5 things for new dads to think about

Being prepared for the emotional changes that having a new baby brings is just as important as having the nursery ready, pram purchased and baby announcement sent to family. Did you know that a lot...

Thursday 15 June 07:29am
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Huggies Support started new topic 10 Top Parenting Tips

We asked Huggies Mums and Dads for their top tips for new parents here's what they said: 1. Live in the now. You hereby have permission to stop worrying about your checklist—doing the laundry...

Wednesday 14 June 06:36am
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Huggies Support started new topic 5 things you didn't know about gestational diabetes

1. GDM can have nothing to do with your weight. Although obesity is certainly a risk factor for developing gestational diabetes, not all obese or overweight women will develop this condition. Gest...

Tuesday 13 June 07:59am
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Huggies Support started new topic 5 Common breastfeeding myths busted

1. The Myth: You should stop wearing deodarant. The truth: You may have heard that aluminum, the sweat-stopping ingredient in antiperspirants, is toxic for your breast tissue and breast milk. Whil...

Monday 12 June 06:36am
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Huggies Support started new topic Self-Care for Down There After The Birth

After giving birth, you're going to need to look after your nether regions. Here are some tried and tested tips: 1. EPISIOTOMY PAIN Taking pain relievers such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen c...

Sunday 11 June 09:24am
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Huggies Support started new topic Top tips for leaving the house with a newborn

Once you get home from the hospital, it can feel daunting to imagine leaving the house with your newborn. However, it's important that you do so that you don't get cabin fever by being st...

Saturday 10 June 06:19am
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Huggies Support started new topic What is a safe sleeping environment?

In recent years, the incidence of SIDS (Sudden infant death syndrome - the unexplained death, usually during sleep, of a seemingly healthy baby less than a year old) has droppsed massively. This is...

Friday 09 June 06:17am
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Huggies Support started new topic 3 sleep mistakes you might be making

1. Skipping the bedtime routine Most people need time to wind down before bed, and babies are no different. A bedtime routine will not only help your little one get into relaxation mode before bei...

Thursday 08 June 05:33am
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Huggies Support started new topic 5 great ways for dads to bond with babies

1. Bottle feeding Even if you are breast feeding, introducing a bottle after a couple of weeks / months (whenever you feel breastfeeding has been established) allows Dad to get up in the night an...

Tuesday 06 June 01:36pm
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Huggies Support started new topic Sex after the birth - how long did you wait and what surprised you most?

It's different for every couple, but the question of how long to wait depends on many factors such as your libido, how tired you are, if you have had stitches how they are healing. For some co...

Sunday 04 June 02:08pm
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Huggies Support started new topic Postpartum Care - tips for what to pack for hospital

Along with the cute onesies for your little bundle of joy, there are a few things you will be grateful that you packed in your hospital bag: 1. Maxi Pads Women can expect to bleed for several wee...

Friday 02 June 06:36am
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