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6 Ways to Manage Your Postpartum Hair Loss in Malaysia 2021

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Chunks of your hair are falling off! Are you getting bald? What is going on?!? If you are looking for ways to manage your post-pregnancy hair loss in Malaysia, you are in the right place. This article will explain to your why you're getting hair loss after your pregnancy and ways to manage it. Image credit: Daily Mail Most women find that pregnancy makes their hair thicker. And it’s not the stress of having a newborn that’s making your hair fall out! Here’s what’s up with your pregnancy hair, what you can expect postpartum, and what you can do about it. Hormones are the biggest reason for your pregnancy hair changes and postpartum hair loss. During pregnancy, your high levels of estrogen prevented your usual rate of hair loss. Normally, your hair falls out in small amounts every day. During pregnancy, your hair loss decreases. The effect is compounded by your increased blood volume and circulation, which also causes your hair to fall out less than normal. So after

7 Best Milk Powder for Pregnant and Breastfeeding Mothers in Malaysia 2021

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When it comes to the best milk powder for pregnant mothers in Malaysia, a search on Google will throw up more than 10 pages of search results. The sheer number and variety of milk powder options by itself is already overwhelming, let alone the differences.  There are many different brands of milk formulas in Malaysia. We have trawled through the reviews, Google search results and milk powder comparison information available on blogs and forums, and shortlisted the best for you. Here are the best milk powders you can buy online in Malaysia today, if you are pregnant and breast-feeding. 1.  Similac HMF (Human Milk Fortifier), 45g X 50pcs  Similac HMF is a milk powder that is added to the mother's milk to enhance to amount of minerals, proteins and calories in the milk. It can help premature babies grow faster. Similac HMF Price Similac Human Milk Fortifier [50 x 0.9g (45g) ] > RM145 on  Shopee Find in Shopee 2. Anmum Materna | Anmum Materna Review Malaysia Anmum Materna has two fl

List of Recommended Female and Male Gynecologists in Kuala Lumpur (KL), Malaysia 2020 / 2021

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How many times have you tried Googling and asking your friends for recommended Gynaecologists or O&G, but found yourself confused and overwhelmed? We have received this question recently, "I am pregnant. Is it better to see an obstetrician or a gynaecologist?". Hmm, looks like we have not done a good job in explaining to our readers. O&G stands for Obstetrics and Gynaecology. What's the difference between obstetricians and gynaecologists? Most gynaes are qualified with a post-graduate qualification in O&G i.e. MRCOG or Master of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Therefore, they are trained both in obstetrics as well as gynaecology. An obstetrician specialises in pregnancy related aspects of women's health whereas a gynae specialised in the 'non-pregnancy' related aspects. Next, you may also need to understand that there are 4 primary subspecialties in ob/gyn: 1) maternal fetal medicine (obstetrics) 2) reproductive endocrinology and infertility (IVF

Hospital Baby Delivery Rates and Maternity Packages in Malaysia 2020 / 2021

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Hospital Maternity and Delivery Rates in Malaysia 2021 / 2020 Ever wondered How Much Does It Cost To Deliver A Baby in KL, Selangor and Putrajaya? Find out and compare hospital delivery rates and maternity packages below.  Although the numbers and statistics are everywhere on the internet, we have compiled and organised the information accordingly (by hospital) in one place. The pricing information below is based on the published prices from major centres and pricing information available on blogs and the internet.  Alert:  Explore Coronavirus Articles Here is the list: University Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC) | PPUM Delivery Package 2020 / 2021 Normal Delivery: First Class: RM 450 Second Class: RM 150 Third Class: RM 10 Delivery of Twins: First Class: RM 600 Second Class: RM 200 Third Class: RM 50 Assisted Delivery (Forceps / Breach / Vacuum): First Class: RM 600 Second Class: RM 200 Third Class: RM 50 Caesarean: First Class: RM 1,200 Second Class:

11 Best Baby Cots in Malaysia: 2021 Price and Reviews

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Do you know the difference between a crib, a co-sleeper and a cot bed? There’s a lot to get your head around as a new parent when it comes to buying a bed for your baby. Cribs are useful up to six months, and offer a more secure enclosure. Some have a rocking or gliding motion that helps your baby sleep. Co-sleepers are a type of crib with one retractable side – these let you safely sleep with your baby, without sharing the bed and covers. Once your baby is able to sit up and be more active, a baby cot is the best solution. These adjust in height for maximum use as your baby grows. Cot beds have even more use, as they can convert into a bed to see you through the toddler years too. It can be hard to find the right one because there are so many different brands and models out there. So, we went deep into Google search to figure out the best baby cots currently in the Malaysian market. 1.  Joie Allura 120 Travel Cot  - Best Baby Cot with Wheels Ultra secure frame with expose

6 Best Baby Foods in Malaysia: 2021 Price and Reviews

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If you are looking for the best baby food in Malaysia, you are in the right place. By the 6-month mark, your little one may be ready to have their first taste of solid foods. While it is true that breast milk and formula take care of all of your baby's nutritional needs before the age of 1, incorporating baby cereal can help to satisfy little ones that have an appetite that is not satisfied by their milk alone diet. Since it's too sudden for your baby to switch to a typical adult solid food, baby cereals are a great way to introduce your baby to solid foods. There are quite a variety of baby food to choose from, so the question is which one should you get? How do you know that your baby will like it? So, we went deep into Google search and research on the baby cereal reviews to figure out the best baby cereals currently in the Malaysian market. Below, you can check out our top picks. 1.  Nestle Cerelac Brown Rice & Milk With higher Iron content, Vitamins A