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Congratulation for your wonderful moment, your little one will surely turn your whole world up side down. But it's the sweetest experience you will ever have.

There are so many good ideas and tips on this thread, so I don't want to repeat it again.


From this thread from Nil

After Birth help and tips

I managed as following:

- Depending on how long you stay in the hospital, you are entitled to 10 days help of a midwife. E.g. 6 days hospital, 4 days at home, 3 days hospital, 7 days home.

- Ask your insurance if you receive "Haushaltshilfe", as such they can pay a certain amount towards help in the household. I also organized a cleaning lady, because I completely hate it when the flat is a mess.

- Food: yes I did cook some very nutritious things and froze it. My little one was really active and slept only in my arms (screamed at the very second when being in the crib), as a result I spend some days without eating anything, just because I could not do anything in the kitchen. This was a real problem.

- It also helps a lot if someone can watch over elder siblings. Or just go out with them once in a while.

- Most important thing: Involve hubby.

Besides those generic tips, I just survived and took it day by day.

I can only ad to really take your time and cherish each moment. Don't worry about household chores etc.

One of the items I really liked was this one. At first you can use it for feeding, later on little one can sit there without falling with the head on the floor and later on they will love it to relax or having their bottles there.

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Re: Pregnancy : after delivery care for mamma

My friends swear by the Weleda damm massage as well, can't tell since I had a csec. But the Weleda anti stretchmark oil did wonders, I have zero stretchmarks, or maybe it is genetic, who knows about elasticity of skin.

I second the advice of not relying on nurses to tell you about nursing, most likely they won't. There are some specialists that the nurses might help you call them, but usually late. If you sense troubles, push them call the specialist right away. Bring your pump with you, just to initiate nursing and establish supply, pump after each feed. If needed, feed every hour, if baby is gaining, reduce. But 4hr rule is nonsense and kills supply.

If you have help with you at home, then you are one lucky girl and all will be alright. Just enjoy your baby and get outside, to breathe in fresh air, not into full malls since there are sniffles going around these days with temp changes, but nice slow walks are good, the best anti blues treatment.

Having a baby is not the easiest of times, but we are all made for it.

Just in case you need info, kellymom.com is great for nursing, and mama troubles, and there is a nursing support EF group, too.
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I'm due to have my first baby in October...

Curiously, does anyone have any suggestions for which breast pump to buy here in CH? I've seen the electrical Avent ones and wondered if they're any good.

Also, does anyone have any suggestions for baby-carriers or baby slings?

I want to be as prepared as possible before the birth, since there is a high chance that I'll be needing a C-section.

And to all the new and expecting Mommies out there... Congratulations!!!
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I'm due to have my first baby in October...

Curiously, does anyone have any suggestions for which breast pump to buy here in CH? I've seen the electrical Avent ones and wondered if they're any good.

Also, does anyone have any suggestions for baby-carriers or baby slings?

I want to be as prepared as possible before the birth, since there is a high chance that I'll be needing a C-section.

And to all the new and expecting Mommies out there... Congratulations!!!
Where are you having the baby? Hirslanden (and prob their sister-hospitals) will provide you with a rental unit (obviously new and sterilised tubes and bottles to go with it) and you pay a rental for it which I think in some cases is chargeable to your health insurance. I didn't buy one; you accumulate a lot of stuff with a new baby so anything you can get that's temporary and you can easily get rid of is a bonus.
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I'm due to have my first baby in October...

Curiously, does anyone have any suggestions for which breast pump to buy here in CH? I've seen the electrical Avent ones and wondered if they're any good.

Also, does anyone have any suggestions for baby-carriers or baby slings?

I want to be as prepared as possible before the birth, since there is a high chance that I'll be needing a C-section.

And to all the new and expecting Mommies out there... Congratulations!!!
I had ergo carier which was fab, descrete nursing and all, really nice. Though due to really painful csec recovery, I couldn't really lift the little one much nor carry her for long times.

Avent manual pump, the cheapest one, was really good. I also had avent sterilizer, containers, etc. Hope they do all these now without bpa, since heating plastic with bpa is the worst. I think I'd feel a tad weird with the electrical pump, but many girls are cheering for it, so it must work.
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My maternity ward was really overwhelmed and non responsive, if I had to wait for pump rental they would have to arrange for me or some official lact agent to be called, I wouldn't have nursed. Knowing what I know now, and helping a few friends with establishing lactation, if you want to nurse, bring your own (or borrowed) pump.
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I'm having the baby (boy) at Uster Spital. This is also where I've been having my ultra-sound appointments each month. Wow, it never occurred to me that the hospital would RENT a pump to me, so thank you... I'll be sure to ask them about it.
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I had ergo carier which was fab, descrete nursing and all, really nice. Though due to really painful csec recovery, I couldn't really lift the little one much nor carry her for long times.

Avent manual pump, the cheapest one, was really good. I also had avent sterilizer, containers, etc. Hope they do all these now without bpa, since heating plastic with bpa is the worst. I think I'd feel a tad weird with the electrical pump, but many girls are cheering for it, so it must work.
Thanks, MC. Curiously, did you buy the ergo carrier here in Switz.? And if so, do you remember where?

I was reading the other day about sterilizing baby bottles, nipples, etc. It said to put them in boiling water. And I thought: "Seems strange that it's safe to put plastic in boiling water." Is that really how it's done? And is it only necessary to do it the first time (when the bottles are brand new) and then you can just use the dishwasher after that?

Sorry for so many questions. I can feel my heart beating faster and faster as my due-date approaches.

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If its the Hirslanden they supply breast pumps to use whilst you are in there - I then stupidly bought one from them when i left as I was in a panic, they said it was a double hospital grade one - got home went to pump and it was just a single (you could buy a double attachment - so had to go to chemist and order it) not the greatest start. If I had known I'd have gone to my chemist over the road and bought a medela double that they had in stock when I got home from hospital! anyway as I was pumping day and night I definitely wanted a double electric pump - only took 15 mins total instead of the lengthy time with the hand pump.

Regards carriers, don't get sucked into buying a baby bjorn (like I did) they're rubbish, kill your back and not good for babies hips. I now have a Manduca and can easily carry my 8.5kilo baby in it more comfortable than carrying my then 4kilo baby in the Baby Bjorn. The Ergo is the same too as is the Bondolino - all much more comfortable on the back. I bought a big sheet sling thing but never got to grips with it and was so hot and bothered once I'd figured it all out and normally found that baby slumped as didn't get it tight enough - but I know many swear by them so don't take my word for it

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I'm having the baby (boy) at Uster Spital. This is also where I've been having my ultra-sound appointments each month. Wow, it never occurred to me that the hospital would RENT a pump to me, so thank you... I'll be sure to ask them about it.
Go and ask at your local Apotheke - they usually rent pumps and baby scales too - you can claim the rental back on your health insurance - it would be a good thing to go and sort now before baby comes
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I was reading the other day about sterilizing baby bottles, nipples, etc. It said to put them in boiling water. And I thought: "Seems strange that it's safe to put plastic in boiling water." Is that really how it's done? And is it only necessary to do it the first time (when the bottles are brand new) and then you can just use the dishwasher after that?
I had an Avent plug in steamer sterilizing thing as i dont have a microwave but if you have a microwave get an Avent or any other brand microwave steriliser, simple and easy. Wash the teats bottles etc then pop them in steriliser switch microwave on and takes about 6 mins
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And one more thing: we had the fresh grandmas visiting too soon after the birth. Those days are so magic, I would now just keep to ourselves for at least a month after the baby comes.
I second that. My MIL stood at the doorstep the day I came home after a c-sec and she was even angry that I didn't welcome her with open arms and a smile - first baby, baby was crying, dog was going crazy, I started crying and she actually expected me to be happy and grateful for her visit!

The second time I told hubby to tell everybody they were not supposed to come by without asking beforehand if it was the right time. That helped.
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Thanks, MC. Curiously, did you buy the ergo carrier here in Switz.? And if so, do you remember where?

I was reading the other day about sterilizing baby bottles, nipples, etc. It said to put them in boiling water. And I thought: "Seems strange that it's safe to put plastic in boiling water." Is that really how it's done? And is it only necessary to do it the first time (when the bottles are brand new) and then you can just use the dishwasher after that?

Sorry for so many questions. I can feel my heart beating faster and faster as my due-date approaches.

This is a really great thread and I'm so thankful for all the posts in here. I'm also thankful because they help me feel less alone in what I'm going through...
Hahaha, cute questions, really...No, it's a whole sterilizing science. It's a procedure but you'll get it nailed the 1st day. You can use a pot of boiling water, but easier are microwave sterilizers, where you steam it under a lid for a few mins. Avent/phillips has one or two, one into microwave, and another one you can use without a microwave, that plugs into a wall. You sterilize after each use, I did, till babe was 6mo, if I am not mistaken. Bottles, containers, pump, anything that had to do with milk. When babies start feeding normal solids, and normal gut flora starts to establish in their tummies, then you can ween off the sterilizer. But, that said, I come from a place that religiously sterilizes stuff for little babies, and we even buy a special baby water so babies don't drink tap ..I know moms who didn't sterilize at all and babies lived. I'd recommend it. And I never put any baby stuff into the dish washer since I don't like the aggressive detergents that in my oppinion shouldn't really be in touch with plastic, anyways, especially the soft teats. And it scratches the nice bottles and containers . Ok, a tad anal, but voila. Hand wash, dry on a rack, we had a special baby stuff rack.

But if you google, you will find so many oppinions on this.

Ergo was shipped from Ergo place, in Hawai. But a friend got hers in France. I have seen some stores selling ergos here, but can imagine there will be a mark up. I also had the bag that attaches to ergo, neat, and the slobber guards, and the head cover you attach to give privacy to baby and shade.

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Yes, babybjorn sucked, not sure if it is because my baby was a long noodle so she never hang comfortably in it, but it just didn't do it for us. Ergo and ergo type cariers distribute the weight more around your waste, it's more comfortable, for baby too. Now, for newborns, Ergo needs an insert so their legs stay together and they get cozy inside without having their little hips stretched. They sit sideway.
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Something I was not prepared for after giving birth was the baby blues. For me it felt just like terrible homesickness. I think I just felt so out of place, desperate for sleep and normality and my old way of life that I felt so very homesick. This despite me being housebound for the first couple of weeks as the weather was too terrible to take my newborn outside.

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Yes baby blues are the Pits I felt numb and empty, only way I could describe it. And I had a baby that slept lots so it wasn't from lack of sleep - just the pure shock. Also for me I was in hospital 2 weeks in total, waited on hand and foot in a five star style hospital - I think I became institutionalised and I really missed the nurses!
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Regards carriers, don't get sucked into buying a baby bjorn (like I did) they're rubbish, kill your back and not good for babies hips. I now have a Manduca and can easily carry my 8.5kilo baby in it more comfortable than carrying my then 4kilo baby in the Baby Bjorn. The Ergo is the same too as is the Bondolino - all much more comfortable on the back. I bought a big sheet sling thing but never got to grips with it and was so hot and bothered once I'd figured it all out and normally found that baby slumped as didn't get it tight enough - but I know many swear by them so don't take my word for it

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I watched the accompanying Ergo DVD three times but still couldn't get the damn thing to stop slipping off my shoulders... and I don't exactly have narrow shoulders. I ditched it and bought the BabyBjorn so my advice is to go to the baby shop with baby in tow and test a couple out but maybe I'm just an odd shape...

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Tip: don't put your nipples in boiling water - the neighbours won't appreciate the screams...
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Another thing is for many people (especially your parents and ILs) you simply cease to exist as an individual. Whenever I went to see my parents alone the first question was : Where is the little one?

I found it hard to establish the fact that I was still a complete person without taking my baby everywhere - I needed time alone, do some shopping, have a coffee or just spend some time away from her - and for the longest time I thought I was not normal.....
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