Trust Care24 For Mother Care Services

Being a mother is a life changing experience. A new mother requires and guidance from professionals like lactation therapist and infant care nurses.

Following are the services that Care24 has to help a new mother
  • Lactation consultant
  • Infant care nurse
  • Nutrition care for mother
  • Postnatal care

Mother Care Services

Being a mother is a life changing experience. A new mother requires and guidance from professionals like lactation therapist and infant care nurses. Following are the services that Care24 has to help a new mother –
  • Lactation consultant
  • Infant care nurse
  • Physiotherapist
  • Nutritionist

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Highly rated by thousands of patients all over India.

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CARE24’S MOTHER CARE SERVICES

Being a mother is a life changing experience. A new mother requires and guidance from professionals like lactation therapist and infant care nurses. Care24 provides professional at-home mother care services. We understand the needs of a new mother,  and can completely trust and rely on us for after delivery mothercare services.

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Our Expert Team

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Deepali Chandane

Registered Nurse, M.Sc

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Pratik Patil

 Registered Nurse, GNM

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Jaya

Registered Nurse, B.Sc

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Deepak Sharma

Registered Nurse, M.Sc

Why Choose Our Team

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One to One Care

Be it late in the night or early in the morning, our caretakers are always there to help you.

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Experienced Staff

Our team has years of specialized experience to provide professional mother-care services.
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Constantly Trained

Our team goes through regular drills to keep ready for all situations.

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Certified Team

Our team of caretakers is well certified and well-equipped to provide at-home mother-care services.

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Health and Hygiene

Post pregnancy, the mother and the newborn are vulnerable to infections. We take the utmost care to promote health & hygiene of the baby.

Personalized Care Plans

Personal Time

Post pregnancy, the pressure is high. Our baby caretakers help a new mother with taking care of the newborn baby.

How We Made A Difference

  • review rating 1  Most horrible services. Please do not ask for help from these people, they will talk sweet and then at the last moment there will be no shows from the caretaker. I had to go through this not once but twice the caretaker did not turn up. Request you all to not depend on these people as we are leaving our homes and letting them into our lives, the least they can do is inform and provide a replacement, but neither of it happened and they expect me to pay registration fees of RS,1000

    thumb Annie Palan
    5/17/2019
  • review rating 5  We contacted care 24 for my Dad's physiotherapy. Our physiotherapist Dr Dharita is very knowledgeable and extremely patient. My Dad is showing a lot for improvement in terms of his movement.

    thumb D W
    3/21/2019
  • review rating 1  Unqualified office staff, when you call to clarify something. Many times they don't understand the question. They are not trained well. The customer care staff needs an upgraded system, where notes are fed into the system. So you don't need someone else calling up and giving you the same info. The caretaker is not trained well. If they are looking after an elderly person, they should know that they have to be in the best of health to look after my mother. She ended not making a meal for my mother and my neighbour had to provide it. If the caretaker is not well she should have asked for a replacement asap and not waited. It is shocking, we have paid a huge amount of money for this service and I am absolutely unhappy. Please do not call for caretaker's from Care24. As long as they are getting their money. They care a damn!!! Worst service providers.

    thumb Bonabelle Zuzarte
    7/10/2019
  • review rating 1  We had a ridiculously pathetic experience with them. Took an attendant service, a 10 day offer (rs 600 instead of their regular fee of rs 800), for my mother who had undergone an knee replacement surgery. In six days, 4 different attendants were assigned for no fault of ours. We had terrible experience going through the back-end team trying to explain the importance of sending only one attendant and not a different one every new day. The last person assigned wanted to leave by 5pm even though the timings were from 8am to 8pm. With this many other terrible instances in these 6 days, we had no option but to cancel the services. The back-end team were utterly useless in understanding the importance of having only one person assigned. They kept insisting that we pay for 800rs per day for 6 day and offer of rs 600 per day would be invalid. The management should look into this scam and take immediate action on the team. Note: Even though we wanted the services, we were forced to abandon it with no fault of ours. The back-end team has absolute disregard for the grievances of the client.

    thumb Rahul Dhakka
    12/27/2018
  • review rating 1  The worst experience I've had of my life. I normally never really write reviews, but I had to write this because this agency is the worst company I've dealt with till now. Their customer service is terrible, most of their attendants are not competent for taking care of elderly patients. Please do not use their service.

    thumb Radhika Kulkarni
    6/27/2019
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Frequently Asked questions

The postpartum period refers to the first six weeks after childbirth. This is a joyous time, but it’s also a period of adjustment and healing for mothers. During these weeks, you’ll bond with your baby and you’ll have a post-delivery checkup with your doctor. After pregnancy mothercare is very important and vital and one must make sure that the Mother and baby are getting the care they must.

Adjusting to everyday life after the birth of a baby has its challenges, especially if you’re a new mother. Although it’s important to care for your baby, you also have to take care of yourself. We offer Mothercare in India to avoid any health risks.

Most new mothers don’t return to work for at least the first six weeks after birth and even they are not advised to work during the post pregnancy care. This allows time to adapt and develop a new normal. You may experience sleepless nights since a baby has to be fed and changed often. It can be frustrating and tiresome. The good news is that eventually, you’ll fall into a routine. In the meantime, here’s what you can do for an easier transition:

 

1. Rest. Get as much sleep as possible to cope with tiredness and fatigue. Babies usually wake up every two to three hours for feeding. To make sure you’re getting enough rest, sleep when your baby sleeps.

 

2. Seek help. Don’t hesitate to accept help from family and friends during the postpartum period, as well as after this period. Practical help around the home can help you and your body to heal and get much-needed rest. Family or friends can help in preparing meals, run errands, or help care for other children in the home.

 

3. Healthy meals help to heal. A healthy diet should be included in daily routine to promote healing after Normal delivery care for mother. Increase your intake of whole grains, vegetables, fruits, and protein. One should also increase her fluid intake, especially when breastfeeding.

 

4. Exercise. Your doctor will let you know when it’s OK to exercise. The activity should not be strenuous. Try taking small walks near your house. The change of scenery is refreshing and can increase your energy level.

It is very necessary one should have postpartum care for mother, so as to not miss any important thing in the healing procedure.

Planning a vaginal birth?

Whether you’re in labour for 2 hours or 2 days, you’ll probably need to stay in the hospital for about 48 hours, depending on what you and your doctor decide. After you go home, your body will need a few days to weeks, to recover fully and so getting post-delivery care for mother is vital to avoid any risks.

Here’s what you can expect post-delivery.

 

Vaginal Soreness
During labour, your perineum may stretch and tear, which can hurt. The postpartum pain may be worse if you undergo episiotomy when a small cut is made that widens your vagina to help your baby come out.

To help relieve the pain at home:

• Use an ice pack or cold pack on the area, to ease swelling and pain.
• Sitting on a pillow instead of a hard surface helps to relieve.

 

Afterpains
Contractions which feel like menstrual cramps are normal for a few days after delivery.

 

Constipation
You may also face trouble pooping after you give birth, usually a side effect of the pain meds you take during delivery.

 

Vaginal Discharge
It’s common to have vaginal bleeding and discharge to get rid of extra tissue and blood, for several weeks after delivery. The first few days, it’s gonna be bright red blood which gradually lessens.

There should be someone who can look after, get postpartum care for mother, in order to get heal and have a healthy recovery.

After a C-section, you’ll probably have to stay in the hospital for three days and, even when you’re released, you’ll need to take it easy. Here’s what to expect during that time:

1 day later: You’ll be encouraged to walk around within the first 12 hours after delivery to help relieve gas buildup, and to eat something light as soon as you feel fine.

 

2 days later: By now, you’ll be able to shower as usual. Your bowel movements may not be regular right after surgery, which is very common, that’s why doctors often suggest trying a stool softener. Eating fiber-rich foods and drinking lots of water will also help.

 

3 days later: It often takes longer for your milk to come in after a C-section than after a traditional delivery, especially if you weren’t laboring before surgery, but it should be in by about three or four days (prior to this, the baby will get colostrum).

 

1 week later: You’ll probably be feeling better physically, but it’s important not to overdo it. Remember not to lift anything heavier at all, except your baby. And that the old adage about sleeping when the baby sleeps is worth following—managing enough rest is essential to quick healing.

 

4 to 6 weeks later: Your pain should be minimal by this time, if not completely gone, so it’s likely you’ll be able to ease into doing more strenuous activities—like driving, exercise and, yes, sex—but don’t start without your doctor’s OK.

Prenatal care is the healthcare you receive while pregnant. Regular prenatal checkups throughout your pregnancy help to catch potential concerns early and reduce the risk of pregnancy and birth complications. For pregnancies without complications, prenatal visits are usually scheduled as follows:

Up to week 28: 1 prenatal visit a month
From Weeks 28 to 36: 1 prenatal visit every 2 weeks
From Weeks 36 to 40: 1 prenatal visit every week

The main considerations in after delivery care for mother in India are

• The basic clinical observations of blood pressure, pulse and temperature and addressing any abnormalities.
•  Making sure uterus is firm and well contracted.
• Making sure healing from any tearing/epistolary and suturing is satisfactory.
• Checking the Cesarean section skin wound if a Cesarean section delivery.
• Helping a new mother with breastfeeding or, if not breastfeeding, with formula preparation. Often there are special nursing staff including lactation nursing specialists for this.
• Helping and educating new mother with baby bathing, changing nappies and other mother craft issues. Often there are special nursing staff for this.
• Making sure the new mother has no problems with passing urine or opening bowels and if so addressing them.

A mother should follow these after delivery care considerations to be healthy enough to take care of the baby properly. We also recommend you to get postnatal care for mother. We also provide mother care after cesarean delivery.