March 2020 - Birthing Center of New York Posts Archive

pregnant with 104 temperature

Posted on: March 28th, 2020

Imaginary Case Study: You’re pregnant and you have a temperature above 100.4 for 2 days and you are coughing. What should you NOT do – there can be more than one incorrect thing to do. PICK THE THINGS YOU SHOULD NOT DO: 1- In case you are admitted to a hospital you should make sure the…

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coronavirus

Posted on: March 25th, 2020

Our Natural Birthing Center can be a safe alternative to the hospital during the COVID-19 crisis. Give us a call to schedule a consultation – 929-888-6996

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labor complications

Posted on: March 23rd, 2020

Complications during labor are not uncommon. However, your decision to have a natural childbirth outside of a hospital can present a few challenges. Do you know what to do? Transfer to a nearby hospital for care? Do NOT transfer because you want a non-hospital birth? When complications arise, the place of delivery is not relevant…

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coronavirus

Posted on: March 23rd, 2020

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/inpatient-obstetric-healthcare-guidance.html Mother/Baby Contact It is unknown whether newborns with COVID-19 are at increased risk for severe complications. Transmission after birth via contact with infectious respiratory secretions is a concern. To reduce the risk of  transmission of the virus that causes COVID-19 from the mother to the newborn, facilities should consider temporarily separating (e.g., separate rooms)…

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pregnancy and the coronavirus

Posted on: March 23rd, 2020

Pregnant Women Prepare for Childbirth Amid Coronavirus Pandemic By Lydia Hu, New York City PUBLISHED 6:30 AM ET Mar. 23, 2020 NEW YORK – Poonam Mathias expects to welcome her second child, a baby girl, on April 1 with a a planned c-section. Amid the global pandemic, Mathias now has questions about what delivery and the…

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keeping your baby hydrated

Posted on: March 23rd, 2020

How do you keep your baby hydrated when you are breastfeeding exclusively? Breast feed emptying the breast completely  Pump and then feed the baby on that breast you pumped for 10 min Feed on each breast for 10-15 min or until your breast is only half empty Let the baby suck on your nipples only…

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is your baby dehydrated

Posted on: March 13th, 2020

It’s really hot outside.  How can you tell if your baby is dehydrated and needs water? The Fontanel on the top of the head will be sunken. They will make suckling sound. They will suck on their thumb. Their stool will have blood in it. Not sure of the answer? Our Birthing Classes will teach…

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Birthing center gift certificates

Posted on: March 9th, 2020

Gift Certificates from the Birthing Center of NY are an excellent maternity gift or for parents of new babies. You can use your certificate for our Birthing Classes and Heartbeat Bears. Available from $25.00 up to $5000.00 for those that want to help that special person have a natural delivery in our Birthing Center. Order…

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when should you burp your baby

Posted on: March 7th, 2020

You have just Breastfeed your baby. Should you make sure your baby burps during and after feeding? Yes, A baby must always be burped between and after feeding  No, When breast feeding they get less air and may not need to burp You should burp the baby every 5- 10 min Babies should not be…

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My Baby's Heartbeat Bear Gray Bear

Posted on: March 4th, 2020

As a unique gift for your or friend that is expecting a baby. There is nothing more precious to an expectant mother than the sound of her baby’s heartbeat. My Baby’s Heartbeat Bear provides everything you need to capture the sound of your baby’s heartbeat and create a keepsake that will be cherished forever. Our…

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