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Your First Days at Home with Your New Baby (Fraser Health) [Arabic] Permalink Public

The Best Beginnings brochure provides information about your first days at home with a new baby including Public Health contact information, when to call a health care provider, and resources available. (Arabic) Colour

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English (256632), Arabic (264089), Chinese - Simplified (264090), Korean (264091), Farsi (264092), Punjabi (264093)

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264089
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My Child and I have a Right to Breastfeed [Arabic] Permalink Public

British Columbia has the BC Human Rights Code to protect and promote human rights. The right to breastfeed in public is protected under this law. If a parent is told they cannot breastfeed in public, this means that they can file a complaint with the BC Human Rights Tribunal and request compensation for any harms. These cards are based on the information contained in this BC Government fact sheet on sex discrimination. (Arabic) Colour

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266663
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Skin-to-Skin Cuddling in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (Fraser Health) [Arabic] Permalink Public

Skin-to-skin is a great way to get to know your baby. Studies show skin-to-skin in early life gives your baby a good start in growing emotionally and creates trust between you and your baby. (Arabic) Colour

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English (264962), Arabic (264963), Chinese - Simplified (264964), Chinese - Traditional (264768), Korean (264965), Farsi (264966), Punjabi (264967)

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264963
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Threatened Miscarriage (Fraser Health) [Arabic] Permalink Public

When you have vaginal bleeding and/or cramping early in your pregnancy (before 20 weeks), there is a chance you could miscarry or lose the baby. This is called a ‘threatened miscarriage’. It is also possible to have bleeding early in your pregnancy without miscarrying. (Arabic) Colour

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English (254292), Chinese - Traditional (262972), Chinese - Simplified (262973), Punjabi (262974), Vietnamese (262975), Arabic (262976), Korean (262977), Farsi (262978)

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262976
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Ectopic Pregnancy and Methotrexate (Fraser Health) [Arabic] Permalink Public

The most common place for an ectopic pregnancy is in a fallopian tube. If the pregnancy continues to grow here, the tiny fallopian tube can burst open. A burst fallopian tube results in serious and possibly life-threatening internal bleeding. To protect you, the ectopic pregnancy must be ended. Consulting with a specialist (an obstetrician/gynecologist), we have given you a medication called ‘methotrexate’ to end your ectopic pregnancy. This medication usually stops the growth of the pregnancy. (Arabic) Colour

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English (264314), Arabic (265941), Chinese - Simplified (265942), Chinese - Traditional (265943), Farsi (265944), Korean (265945), Punjabi (265946), Vietnamese (265947)

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265941
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