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Dad questions answered by real dads. This class teaches basics of infant care to dads.
Designed for expectant parents, this virtual lecture is presented by a registered nurse lactation consultant. Learn what to expect while breastfeeding your baby during the first few days after delivery and through the first few months. Infants welcome. Partners are encouraged to participate. The class will also include the opportunity to ask questions.
Hosted by the Maternal Education team and facilitated by a registered nurse lactation consultant, this live virtual chat is for parents with infants up to 12 weeks of age. Interact with other parents as we discuss infant care, feeding, your baby’s growth and maternal postpartum adjustment throughout the 4th trimester and beyond. Ask questions and hear from other parents like you.
I’d like to let you know about some of the benefits of breastfeeding and offer some resources for breastfeeding moms. Before we get started, though, I want you to know that this is not meant to make you feel like you have to breast feed or that you failed if you stopped or didn’t want to breast feed.
It’s not uncommon to see infants and small children adorned with various types of jewelry. Parents may choose for their child to wear amber necklaces used to help with teething or earrings, bracelets and anklets worn for cultural or aesthetic purposes.
If you’re a nursing mom, you may choose to use a breast pump to provide breastmilk for those times you’re away from your baby. Whether you’re going back to work, heading out for the occasional date night or simply need to give yourself a break from nursing, your breast pump can be an indispensable tool in helping you continue breastfeeding as long as you choose.
With Central Florida’s only Level One Trauma Center and safety net hospital, Orlando Health has the experts and the experience to deal with any situation. That has continued despite the threat posed by COVID-19. Our clinical workforces are well-prepared and highly skilled at caring for both routine and extreme cases of any type, including COVID-19. They can do this without compromising the safety of other patients, physicians, team members or visitors.
When pregnant, a woman’s body undergoes dramatic changes. Some, like swollen feet and protruding stomachs, are obvious. But changes to the heart and blood vessels? You can’t see them, but they’re happening too.
When Orange General Hospital opened its doors on November 5, 1918, Orlando and the nation were in the midst of historical events with great significance: World War I would end in just six days, a worldwide Spanish influenza epidemic already had killed more than a half million Americans and national elections had brought sweeping congressional changes.