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I was overwhelmed when my pregnancy got confirmed. After I kept track of my baby's growth. And we get information about the size of the baby in our @babychakra app. I was happy to know that my baby was pea size, then the size of an apple and so on. And days went by and day of delivery arrived. And with all the information floating online and me reading all this information, was I prepared for my delivery? No.
Friends we may read several information but talking and sharing information helps us.
So today I am sharing fact of delivery.
1. Labour pain starts with a mild pain. When you get mild pain which comes and goes for specific time interval. Then you will know it's a labour pain.
2. Normal delivery is going to be painful. Yes! It is going to be heck lot of painful. C-section is going to be painful in its own way.
3. Whatever you pack in your delivery bag to the hospital still you are going to fall shortage of items. (Especially panties.)
4. You need really big sanitary pads. So it's best to carry mommy sanitary pads. Usually, hospitals provide them but buy them for your home use as well.
4. Don't go by the videos available online where they show mommies delivering babies easily. It is the toughest task but a fruitful task which shows you how strong a woman is.
5. If you have been to Lamaze classes or Antenatal classes, it may help you to some extent.
6. For doctors and nurses, it is a common thing to deliver the baby. So don't expect special and additional care from them. (high-end hospitals they may pretend to be supportive) .But you have to do everything and everybody else is there just for support even your family.
7. And colostrum won't come immediately after delivery. It totally depends from person to person. So be patient.
8. And hug your baby as soon as they give you.
8. You are going to be emotional as soon as you come out of the labour room and as soon as you get your baby👶. Be strong mommies. It is common for every mom out there. So worry and be happy.🙂
I am sharing these facts so that every mommy-to-be is prepared and stays strong throughout her delivery journey.
Hope the post was helpful.

I am planning to write about what all needs to be packed in our hospital bag. If you'll are interested please drop your comments. I will be grateful to write about it.
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.Disclaimer( the post shared is just by my experience and It did not mean to hurt anybody feeling. And I am not any practicing doctor)
#divyathemom #bbcreatorclub #delivery #labourpain #postpartum #postpartumcare #pregnancytips #pregnencycare #hyderabad #bangalore #karnataka
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I was overwhelmed when my pregnancy got confirmed. After I kept track of my baby's growth. And we get information about the size of the baby in our @babychakra app. I was happy to know that my baby was pea size, then the size of an apple and so on. And days went by and day of delivery arrived. And with all the information floating online and me reading all this information, was I prepared for my delivery? No.

Friends we may read several information but talking and sharing information helps us.

So today I am sharing fact of delivery.

1. Labour pain starts with a mild pain. When you get mild pain which comes and goes for specific time interval. Then you will know it's a labour pain.

2. Normal delivery is going to be painful. Yes! It is going to be heck lot of painful. C-section is going to be painful in its own way.

3. Whatever you pack in your delivery bag to the hospital still you are going to fall shortage of items. (Especially panties.)

4. You need really big sanitary pads. So it's best to carry mommy sanitary pads. Usually, hospitals provide them but buy them for your home use as well.

4. Don't go by the videos available online where they show mommies delivering babies easily. It is the toughest task but a fruitful task which shows you how strong a woman is.

5. If you have been to Lamaze classes or Antenatal classes, it may help you to some extent.

6. For doctors and nurses, it is a common thing to deliver the baby. So don't expect special and additional care from them. (high-end hospitals they may pretend to be supportive) .But you have to do everything and everybody else is there just for support even your family.

7. And colostrum won't come immediately after delivery. It totally depends from person to person. So be patient.

8. And hug your baby as soon as they give you.

8. You are going to be emotional as soon as you come out of the labour room and as soon as you get your baby👶. Be strong mommies. It is common for every mom out there. So worry and be happy.🙂

I am sharing these facts so that every mommy-to-be is prepared and stays strong throughout her delivery journey.

Hope the post was helpful.
I am planning to write about what all needs to be packed in our hospital bag. If you'll are interested please drop your comments. I will be grateful to write about it.

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.

.Disclaimer( the post shared is just by my experience and It did not mean to hurt anybody feeling. And I am not any practicing doctor)
#divyathemom #bbcreatorclub #delivery #labourpain #postpartum #postpartumcare #pregnancytips #pregnencycare #hyderabad #bangalore #karnataka
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Some Famous Dishes of South.

The cuisine also reflects influences from the food habits of many regions and communities from the three neighbouring;South Indian;states. Some typical dishes include;Bisi bele bath,;Jolada rotti,;Chapati,;Ragi rotti,;Akki rotti,;Saaru,;Idli-vada;Sambar,;Vangi Bath,;Khara Bath,;Kesari Bath,;Benne dose,;Neer Dose,;Ragi mudde,;Paddu/ Gundponglu, koli saaru (chicken curry- Kannada Style), Maamsa Saaru (Mutton Curry - Kannada style), and;Uppittu. The famous Masala Dosa traces its origin to;Udupi cuisine. Plain and Rave;Idli,;Mysore;Masala Dosa;and;Maddur Vade;are popular in South Karnataka.;Kodagu;(Coorg) district is famous for spicy varieties of pork curries while coastal Karnataka boasts of many tasty seafood specialities. Among sweets,;Mysore Pak, Holige, or,;Obbattu,;Dharwad pedha,;Chiroti, Sajjige, Kadabu/ Karjikaayi are well known.
🍥In pic It's my favorite dishes😋

Mysore Pak, filter coffee, maddur vada,Dharwad peda,davangere benne dosa,gokkak karadantu. 😀🥗
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