Your Baby and You - page 5

Going Home
Discharge Arrangements
Croydon Maternity Unit
Car Safety
Going Home after a Caesarean section
Community Midwives
Supervisor of Midwives
Signs & Symptons
Requiring Medical Attention
Post-natal Check up
Personal Child’s Health
Record (the Red Book)
Outstanding Appointments
Physical Changes & Advice
Blood loss (lochia)
Bladder (passing urine)
Bowels (passing faeces/motions)
Perineal care
Breasts
Care after a Caesarean section
Infection
Legs (thrombosis)
Diet
Alcohol
Emotional Wellbeing
“Baby Blues” & emotional support
Sex & Contraception
Getting back into shape
Pelvic floor exercises
Stomach exercises
Exercise after a Caesarean section
Problems
Postnatal classes
Going Home from Hospital
Looking After Your Baby
Sex & Contraception
Exercising
Physical & Emotional Wellbeing
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Feeding Your Baby
Top Tips for Breastfeeding
How to tell if breastfeeding is going well
Where to get help with breastfeeding
Bottle Feeding
Baby Care
Newborn Spot Screening
Nappies
Reducing the risk of cot death
Jaundice
Baby skin and cord care
Vaccines & Immunisations
A guide to registering
your baby’s birth
How to find Croydon Register Office
How to register your baby’s birth
When should I register my baby’s birth?
Will I need an appointment to
register by baby’s birth?
Who can register baby’s birth?
What information will the registrar need?
What documents will the registrar give me?
Is there a charge for registering a birth?
If I am not married to the father,
can I add his details later?
Can I change the names on my
child’s birth certificate?
Most Popular Names for babies in England
and Wales in 2013
Local & National Services
References
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