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A la rencontre des sages-femmes de Tunisie par Breizh Femmes

Christiane David est sage-femme à la clinique de la Sagesse à Rennes. Pendant de nombreuses années, elle s’est battue avec l’association Maisoùnaiton pour obtenir une maison de naissance qui permette aux parents de mieux préparer la naissance de leur enfant et de l’accueillir dans un cadre le moins médicalisé possible. Avec l’association l’ATEP, elle a animé en octobre

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Baby’s hunger cues

How do I know that my baby is hungry? Babies generally show a lot of signs to tell us they’re hungry. Crying is usually a late indicator of hunger and the baby should be reassured and calmed before starting to feed. Some of the cues you should look for to see if your little one

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Benefits of Breastfeeding

The World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nation Children’s Fund (UNICEF) recommend exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months and that breastfeeding should continue for up to 2 years and beyond. It is beyond discussion that breastfeeding is beneficial, not only for the baby, but also for his/her mother and for the family and

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For those living outside Tunisia: Fatma SAFI, présidente de l’ATEP, 22 Rue de Belle Épine, 35510, Cesson-Sévigné, FRANCE. Pour those living in Tunisia: Hasna SAFI, trésorière de l’ATEP, 9 Rue du Koufa, cité Elgazela, Ariana Nord, Tunisie.

Medical disclaimer

All content found on the Tunisian Association for Prenatal Education (ATEP) Website, including: text, images, audio, or other formats were created for informational purposes only. The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your midwife, physician or other qualified health provider with any

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