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Here we give tips for new dads on caring for a newborn baby. There is always something to be done and this time is a great opportunity for dads to begin bonding with their baby.
Becoming a dad and caring for both a newborn baby and your partner can be a huge adjustment. Here we offer advice for new dads on things you might face once your baby is born.
What can you expect at your six week postnatal check-up? Find out more about the checks you will receive post pregnancy to see if you are recovering well after giving birth.
Having a baby can affect your relationship. Here we look at how to resolve problems with advice for new dads on staying supportive after childbirth.
This article provides breastfeeding info for dads, including how to support your partner emotionally and practically with breastfeeding and your role with formula feeding.
Sex after pregnancy: Resuming your sex life after birth may take time. This article discusses when you can have sex after birth and the impact of breastfeeding on sex.
Becoming a parent involves shifts in your lifestyle. This article offers information for new dads on fathers' rights at work, stress after childbirth and relationships.
Some bleeding after birth is completely normal. Here we outline what typically happens in terms of blood loss in the weeks after giving birth, including the passing of clots.
Family finances are an important consideration after your child is born. Read about costs related to having a baby including childcare, and about parental benefits and savings.
Learn about postnatal exercise including; when you can start exercise after pregnancy, examples of safe, low impact ways of maintaining fitness after giving birth and more.
This article explains how breast milk is produced by mums and describes various aspects of breastfeeding related to feeding frequency and changes in your milk.
This article provides a how-to guide to registering a birth in the UK, including details on where to register a birth, how long you have to do it and what you need with you.