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Weaning, Formula and Solids transition / Formula Milk for 0-6 months
« on: October 28, 2014, 06:15:53 am »
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Hi Mommies,

May I have your suggestions or feedback please regarding formula milks that was "hiyang" to your babies ->

I have a 2 months old baby girl with G6PD and she is currently taking "enfalac A+", prior to this milk, she was taking S-26 gold though but on her 1st month our pediatrician switch us to "enfalac" . My bb girl is mixed fed (breastfed and formula), at first her formula intake was okay and that she was gaining weight however in the later weeks she became fussy, irritable and almost ayaw niyang mag milk na, she also lost weight and now I am worried kasi pumapayat na si baby ko :-(

Hope to hear your thought and experiences too. Thanks.

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Your Kid's Health and Safety / Re: About G6PD
« on: October 28, 2014, 01:12:35 am »
Hello mga mommies,

I am from Mabalacat,Pampanga and I am looking for a pediatrician na G6PD specialist for my 2 months old baby.

Thank you.

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Hello,

I tried before on my 1st born, and yes I am afraid too na baka mag-cause ng asthma or ma-triger asthma ng baby ko but I would agree on how you properly use the powder and ways how you will apply or put it on your baby's body. This time, ang ginagamit ko is baby wipes na merun powder scent although I think putting a powder on baby's skin is soothing. I might try again :-) since I have a 24 day old baby. <3 <3 <3

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Hi po mga new and experienced moms, im a first time mom,kase ive read alot of things about baby movement inside while pregnant im 29wks pregnant i can feel naman my baby's movement pero base na nabasa ko by this week dapat nakikita ko na yung movement niya,kaso hindi ko pa po sya nakikita (like yung bakat ng paa or kamay,paglipat niya on one side) :(( may naka experience n po ba or merong may knowledge same as my situation?hope po you guys can guide me thank you :)

Hello sis,
congrats! I just gave birth last 8/29 sa 2nd baby ko and the experience was not the same sa panganay ko in terms ng movement nila sa tiyan kaya wag kang kabahan. Tama si MommyniAddie - as long as may movement, you are fine. siguro yung pagbakat na gusto mo mangyari will be prominent on your 4th Tri, yung mga 33 weeks going to 40 weeks na kasi wala na siyang space maxado sa tiyan mo kaya mas mararamdaman mo yung every tiny movement niya kasabay ng either siko or puwet niya na matigas sa tagiliran. For now, enjoy mo muna yung stage na yan atska yung weight or laki ni baby is kaiba sa in-laws mo or sa mga naunang nagbuntis sayo.  ;)

Sa akin kasi, mas malikot yung 1st ko kasi big baby siya while yung 2nd ko malikot din pero hindi ko maxadong nakikita na uma-alon-alon yung tummy ko, slight lang even the "pagbakat" wala maxado :-)

Hope nkatulong to sayo   :)

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Labor and Child Birth / Re: Philhealth Qs related to pregnancy and delivery
« on: September 06, 2014, 03:31:45 pm »
Hi mommies! Tanong ko lang po! Baka my nakakaalam! Kung normal delivery po at Kung sakali po ba na sa mga maternity clinics or lying ins ko mapili manganak, magagamit ko parin po ba benefits ko from philhealth? Sa sss naman po kc diba sure basta updated hulog moh, thank u po.. :)

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Hi mommy ms_morikawaii15,
Depende po sa maternity/lying clinic kung saan po kayo manganganak. Usually, these clinics offered packages for philhealth or non-philhealth patient. ASk nyo po ang clinic kung may ganun sila.

I'm from Pampanga and just gave birth last 8/29 - and yes, na-avail ko yung PhilHealth package ng maternity clinic, although merun silang required #s of visit or consultation prior to your delivery.

Hope this helps.

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Hi sis! really? Si Dra. Punzalan ba yung reliever niya now? Baka kase nag out of the country siya well I hope siya mag asikaso sayo kung sa clinic ka kase sobrang tipid talaga and very accomodating pa yung mga secretary and midwife. Nung ako din kase i tried na mag normal sa clinic kaso you can never tell kase. Pwede ka naman sa Mabalacat district if nagtitipid ka safe din naman dun. But in my case kase ayaw ni hubby and ayaw niya kase sa public hospital sa sobrang dami baka di ako agad maisalang kaya nag san raphael ako.

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Hello mommy gharz412,

Finally nagkita na kami ni Dra.Bacud today sa check up ko and ayos naman. Sabi nga niya pwede na akong manganak anytime (but God willing sana mag 40 weeks talaga ako kasi nasa 38th pa lang ako this week)., bawal na akong mag-kikikilos at laging naglalakad kung gusto ko raw paabutin ng 40 weeks :-(

Yes, na meet ko lahat reliever ni Dra. Bacud (Dra. Gonzales and Punzalan) - hopefully walang lakad or emergency si Dra. Bacud kung sakaling manganak ako. :-)

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Hello sis! I gave birth at St. Raphael last Oct.25 it was an emergency CS no more enough water eh! ;D Anyway, I stayed there for 3 days in private room naman ako. I spent 43K package na yun less philhealth na. Baby kase stayed for another 3 days may infection sa blood and urine. My OB is my ever favorite Dra.Bacud... naikot ko na lahat ng OB from Mt. Carmel to Auf to MMC and Garcia but she's really my bet mabait na hindi pa siya nagtatake advantage ;)

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Hello mommy gharz412,

Thanks for the feedback. I've finally switched/transferred OB. Ngayun si Dra. Bacud na OB ko although my first OB was also that famous kasi good geedback din kaso hindi ko kaya yung package. I'm planning to deliver sa maternity clinic ni Dra. Bacud sa may Camachilles to save kasi malaki talaga price difference sa hospital.

My worry lang kasi hanggang ngayun hindi ko pa talaga na-meet up si Dra.Bacud ng face to face kasi palaging wala and reliever lang na mga OB andun sa clinic niya :-( huhuhu malapit na ako manganak, hopefully makita ko naman siya bago sumakit tiyan ko.

Sana and God willing maging okay ang lahat sa delivery ko ang normal para naman hindi ako kapusin kasi wala akong work ngayun :-(

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Labor and Child Birth / Re: Question about transferring of OB.
« on: August 21, 2014, 08:22:32 pm »
Hi Mommies!


I'm worried po kc about my 2nd pregnancy I'm n my 28 weeks now. Palagay nyo po ay Pwede pa ba akong mag Iba ng OB? Since CS po ako.. Medyo  namamahaln po kc ako sa OB ko..  Will they still accept me kahit nasa 3rd trimester na ako? Balak ko po kc dun sa mas mura, since Wala pa akong masyadong ipon..


Thanks po!!
Any recommended OB from Pampanga yung cheaper po.

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Hello Nikka09,

Pwede ka pang lumipat. I transferred OB too on my 36th week kasi hindi ko talaga keri ang package ng 1st OB ko. My current OB now is Dra.Bacud and sa kanyang maternity clinic ako nagpapacheck na which is sa may Camachilles. Hopefully maayos ang delivery ko (God Willing) :-)

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Hi Juliet!

Nanganak ako last Nov. 2008 sa St. Raphael.. It was an emergency CS with Dra. Bacud.
Ma asikaso naman sila and hindi ganon kamahal ang singil sakin. That time we only paid 23,000php no hidden charges, package deal na with philhealth
Ka sama na dun newborn screening  4 days ako sa hosp. And sa ward ako non..
Hindi ko lang alam price ngayon.
But still ok young hospital at Maalaga mga nurses.

Now I'm 28 weeks pregnant kaya lang dito ako sa Pampanga Medical Specialist Hosp. Mangangank kc mas malapit sa Bahay.. ;)


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Hi Nikka09,

Thank you for the feedback. I already switched OB and currently nagpapa-check up na ako kay Dra.Bacud sa Maternity Clinic niya sa may Camachilles and balak ko dun na lang din manganak, hopefully everything will be okay and wala sanang complications. I'm on my 37th week na rin.

God Bless to you too.

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Romantic Relationships / Re: I want to do this for the sake of our son
« on: August 13, 2014, 11:47:04 am »
Hi sis julietgeslani thank's for the comment by the way the reason why I want to make it possible, because I might be leaving soon and I will bring my baby with me so I just want it to be an extra special on his special day so when the time comes that he will ask me about his dad, I can be able to show it to him. Well, that a bit of a drama but really my intentions are real and just for my child...

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hello gharz412, as a  mom -> we will do anything for our child and I salute you on that :-)
good luck and god bless :-)

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Romantic Relationships / Re: I want to do this for the sake of our son
« on: August 12, 2014, 04:12:29 pm »
Hi everyone, before I post my concern. I want to assure all of you that I will not say anything contrary to all your opinions here. But I just want to clear this issue that I'm doing this for the sake of our child.
 
 I'm not in good terms with the father of my son. Now, this october 25 to be exact will be our baba's 1st birthday and as a mom gusto ko sana na buo kame kahit di kame okay alam niyo yun maging buo man lang sana kahit sa 2hours lang na magsspend kame. Ang tanong ko lang sana do you think it's okay If I will invite my estranged husband? I really want to, kaso natatakot ako na baka idecline niya... :)

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hi gharz412,
I guess by all means you should invite the father of your child - because of the following:
1. Paternity
2. Respect (that he is the father of your child, and that he is the Daddy of your child)

however; if after you inviting him, the father declines or wishes not to show up, then it's not your lost anymore. It may be heartbreaking for the child and you but that's the way it is - I mean don't get me wrong, there are parent partners out there who are simply selfish. But try! Reach out to the father. You may want to explain why it is important for you and the child to have his presence - up to you. :-)

Hope I made sense here.

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Yaya Solutions / Re: daily schedule ng yaya?
« on: August 08, 2014, 05:52:31 pm »
hello mommy bunnysionai -

if you don't mind, how much is the compensation of your yaya? kasi nowadays the workload sometimes depends on how much are we paying to our househelp - this is to ensure na they will stay and not make alsa balutan. anyways, in my time - the yaya attends to the baby's need during the day soon as I leave the house to go to work. roughly around 730am I will turn over my daughter to her na - the baby has been feed, bath/clean, etc already and my yaya has eaten her breakfast na rin. The yaya and I both wakes up at 5:00am - she will do her daily laundry and house cleaning, while me prepares the feeding bottles, the milk container, the breakfast and the baby.

During the night, it's me who wakes up and attend to all the needs of the baby except if there are emergencies like - the baby is not feeling well and has vomited and I need someone to clean the room, etc that is the time that I will woke her up.

I agree with mommy joanalpny - the yaya should have enough sleep at night kasi siya lang ang maiwan sa baby. I'd rather be sleepy and quite restless basta kampante ako na okay ang baby ko kahit wala ako. :-)

Hope I made sense here :-)

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Labor and Child Birth / Feedback sa St.Raphael Medical (giving Birth)
« on: August 02, 2014, 05:36:31 pm »
Hello mga mommies - sino po from mabalacat here and naka-experience manganak sa St.Raphael Medical Center dito sa may Mabalacat? Okay lang po ba?

Thanks.

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hello mom roseref :-)

My daughter was an ENFA A+ user from infant until 3 years old and so far it has been a good partnership with the milk, although expensive siya :-) but I'd say na sulit naman siya kung talagang may budget naka-laan for it. In terms of "nakaka-taba" I am not so sure kasi sik-sik na talaga yung baby ko from the very start or maybe siguro may factor na nag contribute ang milk. Nakakatalino? I'd say sa genes yun per it does help :-) a lot!!!

This is what I observed from my daughter - not moody kasi well rested siya, hindi sakitin, and bihira lang din magkasakit kahit nagka-sipon na lahat ng kapitbahay. Madaling mag cope sa stress especially nung nag-aaral na siya sa kinder. I would recommend if merung budget sis. I'm on my 2nd baby now and I will use the same ENFA series kung sakali :-)

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hello karizzaquizon - I think recommended ng pedia is during sa 6 months ni baby, that way mature na yung tummy niya to start accepting solid foods, also this is to make iwas sa mga possible allergic reaction ni baby sa mga non-milk products. I have the same feeling din before with my daughter, gusto ko na siyang paka-inin at 4 months para maging advance but my pedia told me to wait for 6 months kasi yun yung tamang time talaga :-)

Usually the first solid food na binibigay ng mga pedia are fruits pero hindi rin lahat ng fruits, kasi by stage din yun. so stay tuned ka lang sa pedia mo anyways kapag nag start na mag solid foods si baby, tuloy tuloy na yan ;-)

I am proud to say that my daughter started with healthy solid foods, nakapag-try lang siya ng processed like cerelac or gerber nung nasa 9 months old na siya pero isang tikiman lang kasi ayaw niya ang lasa ng cerelac - yun lang kapag sariling prepare mo, mahirap mag travel - yun yung naging challenge ko when we are on an out-of-town trip kasi kelangan ko ng apartelle instead of hotel para makapag-prepare ako ng food ni baby :-( but so far it's been a good experience kasi hindi picky eater ang baby ko - she eats almost all kinds of vegetables until now that she is already 9 years old.

Her carb diet before was pure unpolished red rice na pinagiling ko tapos yun yung ginawa kung rice meal niya, plus mashed vegies and fruits, no salt/sugar until 1 year old siya :-)

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