Having a baby is much more than a physical experience. It is the beginning of a parenting role that will continue for a lifetime. A new little person has entered your life. Things will never be quite the same.
Remember, you are not only adjusting to a new 24-hour-a-day job as a parent and changing a relationship with your partner, but you are also recovering from giving birth. These anxious feelings usually subside over several weeks, especially with understanding and support from your partner and friends, and as you watch your baby grow and develop.  Should these symptoms persist please do get intact with us
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Try to sleep when baby is sleeping

Minimize the amount of visitors until you are ready for them

Very important to get back into shape after delivery. More
Heel Prick (PKU):
This is done between 4-6 days postpartum by a midwife. (Only in Rotterdam)
For more information (in different languages)over the Heel Prick
Vitamin K en D
Vitamin K and  D must be given to the baby from 8 days - 3 months post-delivery. Read more
Baby Clinic (consultatiebureau)
Information of the baby will be passed on to the baby clinic if baby is registered by the city council (gemeente).  All appointment will automatically be send to you.  For example the hearing test and immunisation.
Registering your baby 
All babies must be registered by the city-council (gemeente) within three days of being born. This could be done by your partner or husband. Recognition of the baby before birth must be done if the baby is to get the surname of the partner after birth.  (Especially for unmarried couples living together). 

Post- Natal classes
Six weeks after the delivery, you can come to the practice with your baby, where you, and other mothers, will be informed on  adjusting to your new life with your baby. These are our post-natal dates (Nacontrole ochtend) Click or call the practice on       010-485 40 15