Posts Tagged ‘Pregnancy’

Baby Care Mother Care Online

In consumer forum on March 13, 2014 at 11:17

I remember running from pillar to post to buy a Breast Pump when my daughter delivered a Baby.

I had to run around a couple of Stores before getting Confused.

Finally I got the contact from Just Dial to complete the purchase.

Baby are and Mother Online products.

For Baby and the Mother Products Online

In Online purchasing I did not have one Central point where I could get offers and make a comparison.

Starting from Pregnancy, now a days, when people go in for  Health Care products, they are at a loss.

I do not remember any product being bought by parents as a Child, let alone while I was a Baby.

For my children, my purchase was restricted to buying Amulspray Milk Powder, that’s all.

I never knew what a Diaper was till my Grand son came along.

Now as my Grand daughter is One year old, I seem to be finding a lot of things I never heard of.

Babyswipes, Changing mats,Grooming products,Bathing accessories.

For mothers, Pregnancy products,Breast feeding,Pregnancy Clothes,Books on Pregnancy, Baby Care

Then you have Nursery accessories for the Child, Books, Drawing Books, Stationary ..

One needs a lot of time to understand these products , at least for me!

To search for these?

Sometimes I wonder how I have grown without all these and I remain healthy even now.

However, this plethora of products have become necessary in world of competition and consumerism.

People are engaged in full-time occupations, both Husband and wife,for economic security.

They do not have the time and patience to sit through the Baby care.

One touch solution is needed.

So when Human presence in the form of elders are missing, for some reason or another, it is natural one goes for Consumerism, to ease the style of Living.

So one can not fault people going in for these products, though appear to be unnecessary are in fact essential, given the circumstances.

We do have Online sites for buying these products and there are some which offer you a comparison of products and offers.

One such site Online is babyoye.com

Here I found a complete range of Products relating to Pregnancy, pre-delivery and Post delivery.

Babyswipes, Diapers, Disposable,

Books for mothers, Children products, Toys,

Everything one needs for the Mother and the Baby.

You just log in the site and order.

There are no hidden charges, every thing included in the quoted Price.

How does one pay?

One can pay through Credit, Debit Cards,Online Credit,Gift Cards, Internet Banking or Pay Cash On Delivery.

Products are shipped through Popular Couriers .

If it is an Incorrect product, replacement is effected.

There are exceptions .

The order can also be Canceled .

Top Brands are available.

And one gets offers , Sale as well.

Online shopping reliable, swift and seems to be trustworthy.

You may try this.


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Shoot The Fetus In Womb Get Cigarette.

In crime, Middle east, videos on October 19, 2013 at 08:51

The war in Syria is getting nastier beyond imagination.

Killing in Syria.

Horrifying: The x-ray image shows a full-term foetus with a bullet lodged in its brain, shot dead in its mother’s womb Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2466574/War-Syria-Snipers-target-unborn-children-chilling-competition-win-cigarettes.html#ixzz2i8NKAUAc Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Snipers are paid to shoot the Fetus in the Womb not to speak of infants being shot.


And the Reward?

A Cigarette!

To what depths of depravity can a Human Mind sink?




The unborn children of Syrian women are the targets of a sickening war game where a shooter who murders a foetus in its mother’s womb is awarded with cigarettes, a British surgeon has revealed.

Dr David Nott witnessed evidence of fighters using civilians as target practice and on several occasions shooting pregnant women in the stomach, killing their unborn babies.

Dr Nott, recently returned from volunteering at a Syrian hospital, said there are local rumours the snipers are sell swords, working for the Assad regime, awarded when they ‘hit the correct targets’.


As women and children cross through the unnamed city where he was stationed, they would be shot by snipers – and their wounds followed disturbing patterns,

‘From the first patients that came in in the morning, you could almost tell what you would see for the rest of the day. It was a game,’ he told The Times.

War surgeon: Dr David Nott, pictured in 2008, treated civilian victims in Syria


‘One day it would be shots to the groin. The next, it would only be the left chest. The day after, we would see no chest wounds; they were all neck [wounds].’

Dr Nott told the newspaper that in his 20 years volunteering in war zones, this is the first time he had witnessed pregnant women being targeted.

He described the day two consecutive patients arrived at his clinic, heavily pregnant with their babies shot to death in their stomachs.

‘The women were all shot through the uterus, so that must have been where they were aiming for. I can’t even begin to tell you how awful it was.

‘Usually, civilians are caught in the crossfire. This is the first time I’ve ever seen anything like this. This was deliberate. It was hell beyond hell.’

Dr Nott, who counts Tony Blair among his former patients, has returned to London after five weeks in Syria to reveal abysmal conditions in the local hospitals with little to no evidence of aid.

The civil war in Syria show no evidence of slowing down today as government air force jets bombarded the eastern city of Deir al-Zor on Friday.

Heavy overnight clashes saw the killing of dozens of rebels and pro-Assad forces, including one of the president’s top military intelligence officers, activists said.

Syria’s civil war has killed more than 100,000 people and divided the Middle East between Sunni Gulf states and Turkey which mostly support the rebels, and Shi’ite Iran and Hezbollah which have backed Assad.

International efforts are growing to convene peace talks in Geneva next month, encouraged by rare agreement among global powers over the elimination of Syria’s chemical weapons after sarin gas attacks near Damascus in August.

But the United States and Russia, responding to Syria’s announcement that the talks would go ahead in Geneva on Nov. 23-24, said on Thursday that no date had yet been set.

The international envoy for Syria, Lakhdar Brahimi, is due to hold talks in the Middle East next week to try to prepare for the negotiations, his spokeswoman said.

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2466574/War-Syria-Snipers-target-unborn-children-chilling-competition-win-cigarettes.html#ixzz2i8NbKMq8




Man Pokes Baby In The Womb with Penis

In Interesting and funny on July 24, 2013 at 10:45

Man Pokes Baby in The Womb with Penis,Ultrasound picture.

The ultra sound picture above is of an actual penis inside a woman who is six months pregnant. The white colored area above the penis is the cervix. Beyond that is the uterus, amniotic sac and baby. As you can see, the direction of the penis is down. During sex, the penis fits in a space underneath the cervix and uterus.
So, what’s the answer? Can you poke the baby in the head during sex with the tip of the penis? No. It’s not possible, because the baby is protected behind the rigid cervix, uterus, and amniotic fluid.
It is possible to “jostle” the baby.
Wait. What?
Yup. It’s possible for a man, regardless of his penis’ length, to gently jostle the baby.

There are crazies and crazies.

But this one?

A man poked  baby in the womb while having sexual relation with the Mother.

I have no words, least is ‘disgusting’.

A list of myths associated with pregnancy is nearly as long as the actual gestation of a baby. That is, assuming we change the metric by which we measure “length” from inches or feet… to “months.”

Anyway, some of the most popular pregnancy myths are: cocoa butter prevents stretch marks — it does not; don’t dye your hair — you can; don’t fly — feel free to; don’t date Gary Busey — actually, you probably shouldn’t date Gary Busey while you’re pregnant, and don’t pet your cat. This is not a euphemism. You can pet your feline friend all you want during pregnancy. Although, it’s a good idea to stay away from the litter box for fear of toxoplasmosis (a parasitic disease found in the cat’s poop.)”

The one and only thing men fear during pregnancy is that during sex, they will poke the baby in the head with their penis. Amazing, right? At a time when a couple’s life is uniquely and specifically focused on the needs of the woman, men find a way to make it about how big their penis is.

So, what’s the truth? Is it possible for a man to poke the baby in the head with the tip of his penis while he’s having sex with his partner or wife? Before we tell you if the answer is“this” or “that” – “yes” or “no,” first, a brief anatomy lesson.

The growing baby is floating inside a sac of amniotic fluid which is floating inside the amniotic sac inside the uterus. The uterus is protected by the cervix, a rigid barrier to the vagina which slowly opens over the course of the pregnancy. The birth canal is 3 to 7 inches in length, depending on the woman’s state of arousal.




‘Placenta Eating’ Post Postpartum Depression, Woman Collects

In Health on April 13, 2013 at 13:12

Some people believe that eating placenta will beat the postpartum Depression.

This practice has assumed such proportions that woman collects placenta and sells them!

But Scientific evidence does not seem to support this.

Human Placenta.

Human Placenta.

Although the placenta is revered in many cultures, there is scarce evidence that any customarily eat the placenta after the newborn’s birth.[4] Despite an urban legend that the Basque people ate placentas, there is no evidence that they ever did,[4] and the Euskara word for placenta, karena, is not etymologically related to their word for cannibalism, gizajana.

Those who advocate placentophagy in humans believe that eating the placenta prevents postpartum depression and other pregnancy complications.[5] Obstetrician and spokesperson for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Maggie Blott disputes the post-natal depression theory, stating there is no medical reason to eat the placenta; “Animals eat their placenta to get nutrition – but when people are already well-nourished, there is no benefit, there is no reason to do it.”[6] On the other hand, American Medical anthropologists at the University of South Florida and UNLV, surveyed new mothers, and found that about 3/4 had positive experiences from eating their own placenta, citing “improved mood”, “increased energy”, and “improved lactation”.[7] [8]

Human placenta has also been an ingredient in some traditional Chinese medicines,[9] including using dried human placenta, known as “Ziheche” (simplified Chinese:紫河车traditional Chinese: 紫河車; pinyinZǐhéchē), to treat wasting diseases, infertility, impotence and other conditions.[10]

British celebrity chef Hugh Fearnly-Whittingstall, known for his series of River Cottage programmes, notoriously cooked and ate a woman’s placenta on one of his programmes.[11]


Those brave enough to eat a placenta use a variety of methods to consume the organ. But are there any real health benefits to this gustatory practice?

Warning: An image of a human placenta and an instructional video for preparing a human placenta follows.

The placenta is a temporary protective organ that serves as a conduit between the mother and her developing young. The child is fed is through the placenta via the mother’s blood supply, as waste from the young exits to the mother for disposal. The placenta follows the newborn as it exits the mother, leaving in the moments after childbirth.

In the wild, land dwelling mammals often consume the placenta. They also lap up the amniotic fluid as it flows out of the mother. The amniotic fluid consists of proteins, urea, and assorted fats, but we have yet to see a rush of new parents to drink amniotic fluid smoothies.

Mammalian consumption of the placenta is likely performed as it removes the lingering presence of blood in order to ward off predators, with one study showing placentophagy to provide an increase in natural opioids in rats.

The precedence of placentophagy in the wild leads some soon-to-be parents to wonder if they should be eating placenta after childbirth. The practice of human placentophagy brings with it claims that the act reduces post-partum depression and imparts a further connection between the mother and child. Both of these benefits could be the psychological result of a placebo effect.

More concrete benefits have been proposed as well, with placentophagy replenishing iron, aiding in lactation, and giving the mother a rush of stress relieving hormones, likecorticotropin-releasing hormone. The amount of corticotropin-releasing hormone created by the placenta increases dramatically prior to birth, leading proponents to believe the birthed placenta still contains a high concentration of this hormone.

While the placenta itself may be of nutritional benefit, do these benefits exist in a placenta prepared for human consumption?

Cooking Up Some Placenta
A typical placenta, when disconnected from the umbilical cord, is a deep red mass roughly 8 to 10 inches long, an inch or so thick, and weighing about a pound. Imagine a piece of raw flesh about size of a nice piece of prime rib, but filled with fibrous tissue that is rather tough to chew through.

While see land dwelling mammals consume the placenta raw, humans that partake in the placenta consume it in a variety of forms – prepared as a lasagna, ground up in a smoothie, or in pill form.

Cooking the placenta in any form could degrade the proteins within, decreasing the nutritive quality of the organ by imparting heat as well combined with a natural degradation of the organ over time as it exists without a nutrient supply. Small molecule hormones are often rather small, however, and difficult to rip apart at temperatures used for food preparation. Grinding the placenta into a powder for use in pills often involves boiling and drying of the flesh as well.

For optimal benefit, eating the placenta in the hours after it passes through the mother would be necessary. However, obtaining the placenta in a timely fashion is a chore in itself, as hospitals are often reticent to release the placenta and it can be difficult to grab it in the chaos that follows birth.

Susan Stewart collects fresh human placentas, takes them home and steams them with lemon, ginger and cayenne pepper. Once cooked, she puts the organs in a dehydrator overnight then grinds them and measures the powder out into gel capsules.

The service – the Calgary single mother makes a living at this – costs about $200.

Within a day, she presents new moms with their placentas in pill form – an average human placenta yields about 150 capsules – with promises of renewed energy, better lactation and no post-partum depression. They keep indefinitely.

Placenta-eating has gained some cachet among the natural-birth set, including Mad Men’s January Jones. Ms. Stewart said she became interested in it in 2009, after she was knocked down by depression following the birth of her first child, and she could see little downside from trying it.






Breastfeeding Protects Babies
1. Early breast milk is liquid gold.
Known as liquid gold, colostrum (coh-LOSStrum) is the thick yellow first breast milk that  you make during pregnancy and just after birth.
This milk is very rich in nutrients and antibodies to protect your baby.

Although your baby only gets a small amount of colostrum at each feeding, it matches the amount his or her tiny stomach can hold.
2. Your breast milk changes as your baby grows. Colostrum changes into what is called mature milk.

By the third to fifth day after birth, this mature breast milk has just the right amount of fat, sugar, water, and protein to help your baby continue to grow.


Alien In Womb Video

In Astrophysics, Interesting and funny, videos on March 9, 2013 at 06:41

Stephen Hannard ADGUK regularly uploads UFO Alien related information, especially Videos.

I received a notification of a new Video.

It shows the face of an Alien in th Womb of a pregnant Woman.

It has a large head, eyes nose and Mouth,has a thick mop of hair.

Can some one check whether this Video is a hoax?


Baby in the Womb. Alien?

Baby in the Womb. Alien?

Published on Mar 8, 2013

Mother-to-be Anne Clewlow was stunned when she received an ultrasound scan of her baby and saw this ghostly face alongside it staring back at her.

Grainy markings next to the picture of her womb appear to form a giant human head with two eyes, a nose, a mouth, ears and neck.

The alien-like face even appears to have a mop of dark-coloured hair.

Despite the spooky appearance of the face, Ms Clewlow, 34, is treating it as a guardian angel who is watching over her unborn child.

Ms Clewlow, from Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, was nine weeks pregnant when she had the routine hospital scan for her second child.

An operations manager, she said: ‘When I had the ultrasound and looked at the screen, I didn’t see anything unusual but when it was printed it was obvious.

At first I brushed it off and thought it was just one of those things but after I looked at it a few times I couldn’t deny there was nothing there because it is just so vivid.

I don’t think there is anybody I have shown it to who hasn’t pointed it out. Some people have been a bit freak out by it.

It looks like a bald man. I don’t know anyone in my family who looks like that so I just think it is something of a guardian angel.

Although I’m not religious I do think it could be something watching over my baby.’
Ms Clewlow, who has a 10-year son, Ryan, is due to give birth to her second child in August.




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