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Things to pack when you are heading to hospital for delivery

By:Namrata Dutta, Onlymyhealth Editorial Team,Date:Apr 05, 2016
Well, a smart move would be to be all prepared when you complete your 8th month and are ready to go into labor. You don’t want to rush at last minute. There are things that you will need from pre delivery to post delivery period. You should assemble all of the necessities in advance.
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    Your own toiletries

    Some women prefer to use their own toiletries like toothpaste, floss, hairbrush, soap, shampoo, towels. In terms of hygiene, one can always choose not to use hospital provided toiletries. During labor being cautious about hygiene is only normal.

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    Your own toiletries
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    Something to relax

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    Something to relax
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    A camera

    Well, this would be for your partner. A video camera with memory card, batteries and charger, so that he could capture the precious moments.

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    A camera
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    Something to write

    Take a diary with you, so that you can keep a track of your vaccination and breast feeding schedules.

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    Something to write
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    Things for the baby

    Well, you definitely need stuff for the baby. Stock your bag with diapers, clean clothes, soft blankets, breast pump and other things that a newborn baby might need.

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    Things for the baby
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