Ahad, Disember 28, 2008

38 weeks pregnant


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38 weeks pregnant

38 weeks pregnant

You are now 38 weeks pregnant (or in your 39th week if that's how you prefer to count it).

How your baby's growing

Your baby is now ready to greet the world. At this point, the average full-term newborn is still building a layer of fat to help control body temperature after birth. Most babies are between 2.7 and 4.3kg/6 and 9 1/2lb at birth and boys tend to be slightly heavier than girls. All your baby's organs are developed and in place though his lungs will be the last to reach full maturity. Read more information on your baby's development this week.

How your life's changing

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You may be feeling huge and uncomfortable during these final weeks. Try to take it easy - this may be your last opportunity to do so for quite a while. See a film, read a book that has nothing to do with pregnancy or babies, have your hair or nails done, or just spend time with your partner. Neither of you will have much time for cooking in the few weeks after your baby's born, but you could prepare some home-made frozen meals to enjoy when you need them. What else can you do? Make sure the car's filled up with petrol, and read our fun baby star signs.

Your partner should try to relax, too, and enjoy some activities there won't be time for after the baby arrives. Suggest some inspirational reading - he may need it when you go into labour. Is he worried about how he'll cope with a new baby in the house? Read our new dad's survival guidefive myths of fatherhood.

Be prepared

This is a good time to have an in-depth conversation with your doctor or midwife about pain relief in labour. On the practical front, make sure you know where to park and which entrance to use to get to the labour ward quickly and ask about what happens when you arrive at the hospital, if you don't already know. Make sure you take plenty of change with you for vending machines and telephone calls (mobile phones usually have to be switched off in hospitals because they can interfere with medical equipment). If you have other children, make back up plans for childcare when labour begins.

If you're planning to use a birthing pool, remind yourself of how to use it, including pain relief you can use while in the water. Check whether local hospital protocols will restrict how you can use the pool - just for pain relief or for giving birth as well? If you find that you will not be able to use a birthing pool after all, consider other natural methods of pain relief as an alternative.

Pregnancy tip: hospital survival kit

"Pack a cool bag with your husband's favourite foods and snacks to take to hospital - he should be responsible for this. Bring a video camera if you like (and if your hospital allows), a camera, extra batteries and film (or digital camera), presents for siblings from the baby, massage oil, a radio, your address book and something 'fun' to read to pass the time during a long labour." - Anonymous


Community

Why not visit our community for first-hand accounts of recent births? Everyone's experience is different - you'll read what it's really like to have a natural birth, emergency section or instrumental delivery here. It'll help you prepare for any eventuality.

Things to consider

Are you ready to feed your baby? Follow our tips on starting breastfeeding and make sure you've got everything you need if you're planning to bottle feed.

At one minute and five minutes after the birth, your newborn's health will be scored according to the Apgar scale - find out what this means. Read more about the other tests and checks your newborn baby will have.

Tired but you just can't sleep? How to cope with pregnancy insomnia.

How to get your body back after the birth. Follow our guidelines for safe postnatal exercise.

Which infections can be dangerous for your baby at this stage of pregnancy?

It's very common to get engorged breasts a few days after the birth, whether you're breastfeeding or bottle feeding - read our tips on how to cope.

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Read some of our BabyCentre mums' birth stories to help you prepare for when the time comes.

Sabtu, Disember 27, 2008

dah dekat dah

miggu ni dah mula sakit-sakit dah...nampak gayanya mau cpt bersalin ni tapi tak taula..paling ketara sakit bila aku dah dah tak boleh nak berjalan and kaki dah sembab sebelah.Sblm ni tak pernah alami semua tu.Ingatkan mengandung ni sakit2 yang bese kita dgr tu rupenye seribu macam sakit ade yang kene tanggunga..apapun alhamdulillah.Allah ta'ala nak uji. tul tak?

Doktor kata aku tak leh nak jalan sbb tulang pelvic dah sakit n kepala baby menekan tulang tu.Bukan masalah serius sgt.Tapi susah nak berjalan sbb sakit tuuu..

nanti la sambung lagi crita yek?

Khamis, Disember 25, 2008

TANDA-TANDA BERSALIN


  • Ditulis oleh Dr. Raja Juhaidah Raja Abdullah

TANDA-TANDA BERSALIN

Sekarang anda sudah hamil dan anda mungkin sudah bersedia untuk mengadapi hari kelahiran bayi anda. Proses kelahiran boleh memberikan keriangan dan juga ketakutan bagi mereka yang hamil. Anda rasa tidak sabar untuk melihat bayi anda dan dalam masa yang sama merasa takut terhadap kesakitan dan komplikasi yang mungkin berlaku semasa proses bersalin.
Ramai wanita merasa bimbang yang mungkin mereka tidak dapat mengenali tanda-tanda hendak bersalin sekiranya ia terjadi. Adalah penting untuk anda mempelajari tanda tanda awal bersalin supaya anda boleh membuat persediaan yang optimal untuk mengahdapi kelahiran.

serviks

BERSEDIA UNTUK KELAHIRAN

Sebelum kandungan anda semakin berusia, adalah cukup bagus untuk anda mengetahui peringkat-peringkat kelahiran. Sekiranya anda ingin melahirkan dihospital, cuba buat ‘tour’ disekitar bilik bersalin anda.
Ini adalah tip mudah untuk anda menyiapkan diri untuk kelahiran anda:
• menghadiri kelas antenatal
• Berbincang dengan kawan yang pernah melahirkan
• Tonton video kelahiran
• Amalkan pernafasan and relaksasi.
Tanda bersalin sebenar Vs Tanda bersalin tidak benar
Sekiranya anda merasa keliru yang mana satu tanda kelahiran benar atau tidak, anda bukannya berseorangan. Memang ramai yang tidak begitu pasti tentang tanda awal bersalin. Ramai yang mengadu mengalami tanda seperti mahu bersalin tetapi tidak tahu samada masa sudah benar-benar tiba atau cuma mengalami masalah sakit perut biasa sahaja. Sekiranya merasa ragu, jumpa saja dengan doktor, tak perlu rasa malu sekiranya ia terbukti bukan masanya lagi. Yang penting, jangan tidak mengendahkan tanda-tanda tersebut.

KONTRAKSI RAHIM

Kontraksi adalah tanda awal dan isyarat yang paling penting yang menunjukkan anda sudah sampai masa untuk bersalin. sekiranya kontraksi sudah ada, cuba perhatikan masa, tempoh dan berapa minit jarak diantaranya. Kontraksi yang sebenar berlaku secara teratur dan pada jarak yang konsisten. sekiranya ia berlaku setiap 5 min secara teratur dan semakin kerap, pergilah berjumpa dengan doktor untuk mendapat kepastian.
Kontraksi biasa atau Braxton Hicks contraction agak berbeza, ia kurang menyakitkan dan tidak teratur dan akan hilang dengan sendirinya tidak lama kemudiannya.

Sakit Belakang

Sakit belakang sering menjadi masalah utama wanita hamil, tetapi ia juga mungkin satu tanda kelahiran. Sakit ini akan semakin kerap dan kuat dan rasa lebih teruk pada bahagian bawah belakang.

Pecah ketuban

Dalam cerita drama atau filem,wanita selalunya sedar yang mereka bakal melahirkan apabila ketuban mereka pecah. Tapi ia bukan realiti sebenar. Kebanyakkan wanita langsung tidak mengalami pecah ketuban sehinggalah disaat-saat akhir proses bersalin. Yang kerapnya, doktor yang akan memecahkan ketuban anda untuk mempercepatkan proses bersalin.
Pecah ketuban berlaku pada segelintir wanita hamil sahaja dan sekiranya anda mensyakki yang ketuban sudah pecah, jumpalah dengan doktor dengan segera.

Bloody Show

Disaat awal anda bakal melahirkan, selalunya terdapat lendir pekat bercampur darah keluar dari faraj. Ini adalah pluk mukus yang menghadang sebarang kemasukkan asing kedalam cerviks. Ia juga menghalang sebarang kuman dari merebak kepada bayi. sekarang pluk ini sudah tiada dan bayi sudah boleh bergerak kebawah dengan perlahan-lahan.

Serviks terbuka

Sebaik sahaja kontraksi berlaku, pangkal rahim anda akan menjadi lebih lembut dan lebih nipis. Walaubagaimanapun, cuma doktor sahaja yang boleh mengetahui perubahan ini semsa pemeriksaan faraj.



http://www.alamhamil.com/portal/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=107&Itemid=118

Isnin, Disember 15, 2008

Semalam yang memenatkan..

Semalam masuk hari ke-2 suami aku berulang alik ke dari PD ke Melaka untuk uruskan motor yang bakal dijual.kul 6 pagi dia dah bertolak ke Melaka.Then dah settlekan semua tu kul 1030 am dia bertolak ke Seremban.Sepatutnya suami aku meneruskan perjalanan ke KL sebab nak amik motor satu lagi kat KL.Tapi tetiba plak kene panggil main golf sesama dgn pengarah n panglima.ermm..apa nak dikata?

Pastu lambat plak tu tiba ke Seremban.Cam jauh beno je Melaka - Seremban.Kul 2 dah dijadualkan permainan.Aku kat umah ni siapkan la semua barang yang diperlukan.Kasut(sib baik aku dah basuh kasut tu), stokin, tuala muka air set golf, trolley, baju n slur(siap iron lagi tu)..semua tu ltk kat kereta dan adik ipar aku pergilah jemput abang dia kat Seremban.

Aku pulak kat umah agak kelam kabut nak uruskan rumah, dan pada masa yg sama nak masak untuk tengahari.Bese la kalao main golf mana cukup sejam dua.Kul 730 tu dia balik.Budak-budak ni aku dah siapkan.dah pesan kat diorang pakai baju siap-siap supaya tak kelam kabut.

dlm kul 8 pergi giant kat senawang plak.Masani la aku dah tak laraaaaaaaaaaaaaaat sgt.tapi aku diamkan aje..Nanti kaao bgtau suami aku mau bising dia.mesti dia tak bagi aku jalannye lah..

aku tak tunjukkan sgt yang aku tak larat.Tapi mmg aku jln slow jela.trasa beraaaaaaaaat prut aku ni.Masatu aku terpikir plak.Kalo tetiba kau nka bersalin waktu tu..dah la beg baby n baeg aku yg dah siap packing tu ade kat umah..mmg rasa cam tak larat dah.

Jalan punya pasal..then aku bawak adik2 n anak aku g fun fair.Pasalnya puteri sulung aku tu dari bebrapa minggu lepas dah bising2 nak g funfair.Bawak la jugak kesana.

Dekat kul 12 tgh malam baru sampai umah.

Sampai umah aku pun dah tak larta sgt .Barang shopping tadi aku suruh adik aku settlekan.Masuk tido awal harini.

Pagi ni kul 5 suami aku balik KL dgn adik dia naik kereta.pastu adik ipar aku tu patah balik ke KL kul 9 tadi baru sampai umah.

Fuhh..penat aku ingatkan balik smua bende2 tu...
memang penat..tambah aku yang kene pikirkan semua tu.Takan aku nak wat tak tau je kan?

penat..penat.ekarang aku nak tido nak rehat jap bagi segar skit badan.Then baru aku bangun nak masak tengahri.

Ahad, Disember 14, 2008

Pregnancy symptoms you should never ignore

Pregnancy symptoms you should never ignore


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You just "don't feel right"
Severe or sharp upper- to mid-abdominal pain, with or without nausea or vomiting
Fever
Vision disturbances, such as double vision, blurring, dimming, flashing spots or lights that last for more than two hours
Swelling or puffiness (also called oedema) of the hands, face and eyes
Severe headache that lasts for more than two or three hours
Light or heavy vaginal bleeding
Leaking fluid from the vagina
A sudden increase in thirst accompanied by little or no urination
Painful or burning urination accompanied by a temperature, shivering and backache
Severe vomiting: more than two to three times a day in the first trimester, onset of vomiting later in pregnancy, or vomiting accompanied by pain and/or a temperature
Fainting or dizziness
Severe lower abdominal pain on either or both sides
Absence of, or slowing down of your baby's movements for more than 24 hours after 21 weeks
All-over itching late in pregnancy with or without jaundice, dark urine and pale stools
You've had a fall or a blow to the stomach


No matter how much you read about pregnancy or talk to other mums, it can be hard to know whether what you're feeling during your nine months is normal or not. Here's a rundown of symptoms that should set off your warning bells. If you have any of these problems, call your midwife or GP straight away.
You just "don't feel right"


If you're not sure about a symptom, don't feel like yourself, or simply feel uneasy, trust your judgement and call your doctor or midwife. If there's a problem, you'll get help right away. If nothing's wrong, you'll go home reassured.

Your GP expects to get calls like these, and should be happy to give you advice. Your body is changing so rapidly that it's sometimes difficult to know whether what you're experiencing is "normal".
Severe or sharp upper- to mid-abdominal pain, with or without nausea or vomiting

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This symptom could indicate severe indigestion, a stomach bug, food poisoning, or pre-eclampsia - a serious condition that requires immediate attention.

Fever


If your temperature is above 37.5 degrees C / 100 degrees F, but with no flu or cold symptoms, call your doctor on the same day.

If it's more than 39 degrees C / 102 degrees F, then call the doctor straight away. You probably have an infection. Your doctor may prescribe antibiotics and rest. If your temperature rises higher than 39 degrees C / 102 degrees F for a prolonged amount of time it could be harmful to your baby.
Vision disturbances, such as double vision, blurring, dimming, flashing spots or lights that last for more than two hours


These symptoms can be a sign of pre-eclampsia.
Swelling or puffiness (also called oedema) of the hands, face and eyes


About four out of five women get some swelling or puffiness in pregnancy, and in most cases it is not a cause for concern. But, if these symptoms are severe or sudden, and accompanied by a headache or problems with your vision, they may be symptoms of pre-eclampsia.
Severe headache that lasts for more than two or three hours


If you also suffer from vision disturbances and have sudden swelling in your hands, eyes and face, you may have pre-eclampsia.
Light or heavy vaginal bleeding


Spotting without pain may be a normal sign of implantation, when the embryo attaches itself to the uterus early in the pregnancy or breakthrough bleeding. But you should still call your doctor if you bleed during pregnancy because it could indicate a serious complication:

• Bleeding that is different from your normal period (heavier or lighter and often darker) with severe, persistent, one-sided pain in the abdomen can be a sign of an ectopic pregnancy.

• Heavy bleeding, especially when it's combined with persistent back or abdominal pain, can be associated with a potential or actual miscarriage.

• In the later stages of pregnancy, bleeding may indicate placenta praevia, placental abruption, which happens when the placenta starts to separate from the wall of the uterus, or premature labour (labour that begins before 37 weeks).
Leaking fluid from the vagina


• Leaking of fluid from the vagina before 37 weeks means that your membranes have ruptured prematurely. Your GP or midwife will want you to be admitted to hospital, so that you can have treatment to prevent an infection and to prepare your baby for possible premature birth. After 37 weeks, you are probably about to go into labour. Call your midwife or labour ward to discuss your options if your labour does not start within 24 hours.
A sudden increase in thirst accompanied by little or no urination


This could be a sign of dehydration or gestational diabetes, which increases the risk of complications for you and your baby.
Painful or burning urination accompanied by a temperature, shivering and backache


You may have a urinary tract infection, which should be treated with antibiotics.
Severe vomiting: more than two to three times a day in the first trimester, onset of vomiting later in pregnancy, or vomiting accompanied by pain and/or a temperature


Vomiting more than a couple of times a day could dehydrate and weaken you, although it won't hurt your baby. You need to speak to your midwife or GP about severe and persistent vomiting (hyperemesis gravidum) as you may need to be admitted to hospital.

Vomiting which starts later in pregnancy, accompanied by pain just below the ribs, may be a sign of pre-eclampsia. Vomiting accompanied by pain and a temperature could indicate an infection - contact your doctor.
Fainting or dizziness


This may be a sign that you haven't eaten enough that day, but it could also mean that you have low blood pressure. Many women feel light-headed during pregnancy. In the event of fainting, talk to your doctor to rule out any other causes.
Severe lower abdominal pain on either or both sides


You could have pulled a ligament, or it may be a sign of an ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage, premature labour, a fibroid degenerating and bleeding into itself or placental abruption.
Absence of, or slowing down of your baby's movements for more than 24 hours after 21 weeks


Your baby may be in distress. If you have noticed that your baby is moving about less than usual, contact your midwife or the hospital. (Read more about your baby's movements, including when to seek help).
All-over itching late in pregnancy with or without jaundice, dark urine and pale stools


These symptoms may indicate hepatitis or another liver-based problem, such as obstetric cholestasis. Some itching is normal as your skin stretches to accommodate your growing baby, but it's best to have it checked out, particularly if the itching is very intense, worse at night and involves the soles of your feet and the palms of your hands.
You've had a fall or a blow to the stomach


Falls aren't always dangerous, but call your doctor or midwife on the same day and explain what happened. If you slipped on the stairs and bruised your tailbone, you probably don't need to worry; your baby is well cushioned by the uterus and amniotic fluid.

In rare cases though, complications may arise. If you notice contractions, leaking fluid, or any bleeding, call your doctor or midwife right away, or head to your nearest casualty department.

Want to talk with others about pregnancy symptoms? Visit our community.

Reviewed January 2008

What do I do if my waters break early?

What do I do if my waters break early?
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Sally Sago answers:


During pregnancy your baby is protected and cushioned inside your womb in a bag of membranes full of fluid (amniotic liquor). If a tear forms in the bag then the fluid leaks out via the cervix and vagina. This is commonly known as your "waters breaking". For the majority of women this happens towards the end of the first stage of labour. For some women, the waters will break at the end of pregnancy but before labour starts. For a few women, the waters break before 37 weeks' gestation. This is known as pre-term rupture of membranes (PROM).

If your waters do break before you go into labour, don't panic! Put on a sanitary towel for protection - this will also make it easier to see the colour of the fluid you are losing. The amount of fluid you lose may vary. It may be a slight trickle or a large "gush". The fluid is almost clear with a yellow tinge, and possibly a little bloodstained to begin with. It can be quite a shock if the waters do come out in a big gush - by the end of pregnancy, there can be about 800ml of fluid.

If there is a lot of fluid, a sanitary pad will not be adequate and an old hand towel - while undignified - is more practical, especially if you need to travel by car to hospital or the birth centre. You may also wish to protect the car seat with a plastic sheet. If it is a small trickle every now and again, it is important to make sure it is not leakage of urine, which can also happen in late pregnancy (in my experience most women do know the difference!).

It is important that, regardless of how many weeks pregnant you are when your waters break, you should be seen fairly quickly for assessment (even if you are not having contractions). Once the waters have broken, there is less protection against getting an infection, which can sometimes track upwards from the vagina into the womb. Some hospitals will admit you to the delivery ward, while others may see you in the antenatal clinic or antenatal assessment unit. If you are planning a home birth, ring your midwife and she will probably come to your house to assess you there.

Once you have been examined, provided you are at least 37 weeks pregnant, you can usually choose to be induced or to wait and see if you go into labour. About nine out of ten women, who are at least 37 weeks pregnant, give birth naturally within 24-48 hours of their waters breaking.

If all is well with you and your baby, you should be free to go home if you wish. However, as a 'wait and see' approach carries a slight risk of infection you will need to:

• Check your temperature twice a day

• Check for changes in the colour and smell of the amniotic fluid (waters)

• Check for other signs of fever (shivering, flushing etc)

If you have any signs of infection, your doctor will recommend an immediate induction. If you have no signs, but your waters have been broken for more than 48 hours, the infection risk needs serious consideration and your doctor will discuss with you whether you want to have your labour induced or continue to wait.

Reviewed February 2005

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How do I know when I am in labour?

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How do I know when I am in labour?
When should I call my doctor or midwife?
What should I do early on in labour?
Can I have contractions and not be in labour?
Can I tell if labour is about to happen soon?


How do I know when I am in labour?


Labour is different for every woman, and pinpointing when it begins is not really possible. It's more of a process than a single event, when a number of physiological changes in your body work together to help deliver a baby. If you're truly in labour, one or more of the following five things will happen:

• Your cervix will become progressively thinner and softer (also called effacement) and dilated - up to 10 centimetres.

• Contractions occur at regular and increasingly shorter intervals and become longer and stronger in intensity.

• You may have persistent lower back pain, often accompanied by a crampy premenstrual feeling.

• You may notice the appearance of a bloody show (a brownish or blood-tinged mucus discharge). If you pass the mucus plug that blocks the cervix, labour could be imminent - or it could be several days away. Still, it's a sign that things are moving along.

• Your waters break, but only if it's accompanied by contractions.
When should I call my doctor or midwife?

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You, your doctor and midwife have probably talked about what to do when you think you're in labour. But if you think the time has come, don't be embarrassed to call. Doctors and midwives are used to getting calls from women who are uncertain if they're in labour and who need guidance - it's part of their job. And the truth is that your doctor or midwife can tell a lot by the tone and tenor of your voice, so verbal communication helps. Your provider will want to know how close together your contractions are, whether you can talk through a contraction, and any other symptoms you may have.

If your bag of waters break, or if you suspect you're leaking amniotic fluid, speak to your doctor or midwife. You should also let her know if your baby is moving less or whether you have any vaginal bleeding (unless it's just a small amount of blood-tinged mucus), fever, severe headaches, changes in your vision, or abdominal pain. BabyCentre has a list of other pregnancy symptoms you shouldn't ignore, in case anything else is worrying you.

What should I do early on in labour?


During early labour, it's very important to drink plenty of fluids. Alternate between walking and resting, or try taking a warm bath or shower to ease any aches and pains. And if you can, try to get some rest to prepare you for the work ahead.
Can I have contractions and not be in labour?


Yes. You're in false labour if your cervix doesn't dilate (your doctor or midwife can confirm this during an examination), contractions are erratic and don't feel increasingly intense, and any pain you may feel in your abdomen or back is easily relieved by a warm bath or massage.
One mother we know had strong contractions for three days before she was officially in labour. The contractions, though painful, were completely irregular and unpredictable, coming at five minutes, then seven, then eight, then five, and eventually at eight minutes. When her water finally broke, she cried with relief, hoping she was finally entering real labour. She was.
Can I tell if labour is about to happen soon?


Maybe. Although you're probably blissfully unaware of all that's going on, your body starts preparing for labour up to a month before delivery. By the time true labour begins, for some women, the cervix has already started to dilate and thin.

Other signs of labour include:

• Lightening (when the baby's head begins to drop into position in your pelvis)

• An increase in vaginal discharge

• The appearance of bloody show (a brownish or blood-tinged mucus discharge)

• More frequent and noticeably more intense Braxton Hicks contractions

What will a birth partner need to do during the labour?

Primarily, be there for you -- encouraging, reassuring and assisting you in any way you find comforting and useful. You can practise some of the ways your partner can help -- massaging your lower back, for example, and sorting out the TENS machine -- but you both need to keep an open mind, because you won't really know what you want until the day. It's important that you feel very comfortable about communicating with your birth partner -- you may need to be very short and to the point about what you need!

A useful role for a labour partner is that of prompter -- for example, you may forget about how important it can be to keep moving around in labour and your partner may be able to remind you at the appropriate time. If a medical intervention is suggested, your partner should ensure that you are as aware as possible about what is going on and seek clarification from health professionals if necessary. He may also be able to ask for time for you to think about what's being suggested, unless it's an emergency.
What should a birth partner not do?


Flexibility is essential during labour and birth and it's essential that your partner is as aware of this as you are. It's important for your partner to remember that things can change quickly and that you may have to change your mind or make a new decision about some aspect of your care or treatment. So it's important that your partner doesn't cling to something you may have said before the event, not realising that your views have now changed. He must be aware that you have the final word; although he might want to help you in making a decision, or in communicating that decision to your care-givers, your views are what count.

dah cukup bulan..


Fetal development - 36 weeks pregnant




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Your baby is still gaining weight -- about an ounce/ 28 grams a day. She weighs nearly 6 pounds/ 2.7 kilograms and is 19 inches/ 45 centimetres long from head to toe.

You may begin to feel an increased pressure in your lower abdomen and notice that your baby is gradually dropping. This is called lightening or engagement, and your lungs and stomach will finally get a chance to stretch out a little -- breathing and eating should become easier. However, walking may become increasingly uncomfortable -- some women say it feels as if the baby is going to fall out. Also, you may still feel as if you need to go to the loo all the time. Stock up on those last minute nutrients with our eating well guide.
Information you need, just when you need it



The good news is that by the end of this week, your pregnancy will be full-term and you could give birth any day now. (Babies between 37 and 42 weeks are considered full-term -- a baby born before 37 weeks is premature and after 42 is post-term.) At your weekly visit, your doctor or midwife may check to see if you've started dilating (when the cervix opens) and effacing (when the cervix thins). The midwife will also check what position the baby is in, in order to estimate how far the baby has dropped into the pelvis. This information will be entered into your maternity notes so that your midwife in will know the position of the baby when you go into labour.

• Note: Experts say every baby develops differently -- even in utero. These fetal development pages are designed to give a general idea of how a fetus grows in the womb.

Ahad, November 30, 2008

mungkin kah?




Ni gambar terbaru puteri sulung aku masa hari ulangtahun askar wataniah kat pusasda, PD.

mungkinkah anak aku akan mengikuti jejak langkah ayah dia?

kalau lelaki mungkin aku izinkan tapi kalau perempuan..rasanya lebih baik dia pilih yang lain.

wallu'alam

apa yang penting, semuanya yang terbaik untuk dia.

Ahad, November 23, 2008

menghitung hari

harini kalau diikutkan tinggal lagi 48 hari je tinggal sebelum aku bersalin.Walaupun ni pengalaman ke-2 aku bersalin tapi, debaran tu tetap ada.Pertama taktaula boleh bersalin secara normal atau tidak.Semuanya bergantung pada hasil pemeriksaan 17 Dec nanti.Tapi mungkin dgn izin Allah swt, aku boleh bersalin normal..

Alhamdulillah segala persiapan untuk menyambut kelahiran putera (InsyaAllah) telah pun aku buat.Tinggal nak pergi hospital je lagi.

Semoga Allah Ta'ala permudahkan segalanya....amiin

Week 34





Mother:
By this time you have heard and read quite a bit about labor and giving birth. You will have gotten used to having contractions and will get the feeling that these contractions become less like practice and more like the real thing! Your body is getting ready!

The entire labor process can be divided into 3 stages:

Stage 1

Your contractions become more regular and intense and increase in frequency. It is important to know how to time your contractions. It is normal to, initially, doubt whether you are really in labor. Some women first feel as if they have a bit of a flu or are really sleepy. Then, the contractions increase and you will be in the active phase of this first stage. Your contractions will require more attention as they increase in frequency and intensity. Around this moment you will move to the place where you’re going to give birth, whether at home or a clinic. You also move into the next phase, called ‘transition’; as contractions come very close together, this is seen as a short but hard phase. As the ‘transition’ comes to an end you will be entirely dilated already!

Stage 2

This is it! You will begin to push your baby into your world! Even though it might be strange to believe at first, most women actually really enjoy this pushing part, since they feel more actively involved. Your contractions start to feel different and will decrease in frequency. Your midwife or doctor will coach you in how to go about the pushing. A possible episiotomy will be done just before you actually give birth to your baby, which is at the end of this stage! For about 9 months you have been working your way towards this moment!

Stage 3

It is unavoidable, necessary, but quite an anticlimax: giving birth to the placenta. After bringing your baby into this world, you are still in awe of this little miracle in your arms. Anywhere from 5 minutes to an hour later you will get the placenta out by giving it a few small pushes. Do start nursing your baby as soon as possible; this will speed up the placenta coming out as well as help stop any possible bleeding. Yes, it is a miracle!




Baby:
Of course your baby is still growing and growing and urinates about 0.5 liter per day! The placenta is producing hormones that activate the milk production in your breasts. Your baby now measures about 43 cm and weighs a whopping 2 kg

Yoga diharamkan

Oleh HELMI MOHD. FOAD


PUTRAJAYA 22 Nov. – Amalan senaman yoga secara sistematik iaitu membabitkan gerakan fizikal, bacaan mentera dan matlamat penyatuan diri dengan tuhan bertentangan dengan syariat Islam.

Oleh itu Majlis Fatwa Kebangsaan hari ini mengharamkan umat Islam mengamalkan yoga secara sistematik itu kerana dibimbangi akan menghakis akidah umat Islam jika pengamalnya meneruskan amalan itu ke peringkat lebih tinggi.

Pengerusinya, Prof. Datuk Dr. Abdul Shukor Husin berkata, amalan fizikal iaitu senaman dalam yoga tanpa unsur-unsur mentera dan pemujaan pada zahirnya tidak menjadi kesalahan.

Namun, katanya, ia tidak digalakkan kerana dikhuatiri boleh menghakis akidah seseorang Muslim memandangkan ia merupakan salah satu komponen daripada keseluruhan amalan yang diharamkan itu.

‘‘Setelah meneliti dan mengkaji hujah-hujah serta pandangan, senaman yoga yang berasal daripada masyarakat Hindu sejak Sebelum Masihi itu yang menggabungkan amalan fizikal, unsur keagamaan, mentera dan pemujaan bagi tujuan tertentu seperti mendapatkan ketenangan dan kemuncaknya penyatuan diri dengan tuhan adalah tidak sesuai dan boleh merosakkan akidah.

‘‘Ahli muzakarah memutuskan apa juga jenis atau bentuk amalan yang mengandungi unsur-unsur tersebut adalah dilarang dan bertentangan dengan syariat Islam,” katanya pada sidang akhbar di sini hari ini.

Turut hadir Ketua Pengarah Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (Jakim) yang juga Setiausaha Muzakarah Jawatankuasa Majlis Fatwa Kebangsaan, Datuk Wan Mohamad Sheikh Abdul Aziz.

Keputusan mengenai fatwa yoga itu dilakukan pada muzakarah Jawatankuasa Fatwa Kebangsaan ke-83 di Kota Bharu, Kelantan pada 22 hingga 24 Oktober lalu.

Sebelum ini, seorang pensyarah dari Fakulti Pengajian Islam, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), Prof. Zakaria Stapa menasihati orang Islam yang mengamalkan senaman yoga supaya menghentikannya kerana bimbang boleh memesongkan akidah.

Yoga amalan kesihatan yang diperkenalkan sekitar sejak 3,300 Sebelum Masihi dikatakan dapat membantu melambatkan proses penuaan, mengurangkan risiko kencing manis, darah tinggi, lelah dan penyakit berkaitan jantung.

Amalan senaman harian itu kebanyakannya mempunyai pergerakan berdasarkan unsur dalam agama Hindu, manifestasi gerakan, konsentrasi dan posisi tubuh dilakukan sambil membaca mentera.

Setakat ini, pengharaman senaman yoga telah dilaksanakan di Singapura dan Mesir.

Menurut Abdul Shukor, umat Islam dinasihatkan agar menjauhi amalan yoga meskipun sekadar mempraktikkan pelbagai variasi senaman fizikalnya kerana ia adalah sebahagian daripada keseluruhan sistem senaman tersebut.

‘‘Kalau setakat kita duduk macam yoga itu tidak ada masalah, lagi pun ia ada beratus jenis pergerakan, tetapi masalahnya amalan senaman itu adalah sebahagian daripada keseluruhan sistem yoga.

‘‘Amalan fizikal itu hanya peringkat pertama, kita minta umat Islam berhati-hati, takut mereka tidak tahu ilmu yoga itu ke mana matlamat akhirnya dan ini mungkin boleh jadi membawa kepada kesesatan,” tegasnya.

Beliau menjelaskan, ini kerana dalam Islam terdapat tiga elemen yang boleh menjejaskan akidah iaitu keyakinan hati, pengakuan dengan lidah dan perbuatan.

Katanya, memandangkan sekurang-kurangnya terdapat dua elemen tersebut dalam amalan yoga, maka umat Islam wajib memelihara akidah mereka daripada terhakis.

Bagaimanapun, beliau menyatakan, fatwa tersebut tidak bermaksud untuk menghalang orang bukan Islam mengamalkan yoga kerana hak kebebasan mengamalkan kepercayaan agama mereka adalah dijamin di bawah Perlembagaan Persekutuan.

‘‘Fatwa yang dikeluarkan oleh Majlis Fatwa Kebangsaan hanya menjaga kepentingan dan akidah umat Islam dan pada peringkat ini, kita menggunakan pendekatan menasihat dan memaklumkan kepada umat Islam tentang pandangan Islam terhadap yoga.

‘‘Soal sama ada pandangan muzakarah akan dijadikan fatwa yang diwartakan, itu terpulang kepada kerajaan-kerajaan negeri dan dari segi penguatkuasaan, itu bukan bidang kita,'' katanya.
TAJUK-TAJUK BERIT

Sabtu, November 22, 2008

dugaaaaan

Minggu ni terasa payah rasanya kaki ni nak melangkah..
cewah!!..dah lama aku tak berpuitis nih.Tapi, memang benar.Minggu ni agak suram bagi aku kerana aku telah diuji dgn satu ujian yang agak hebat bagi aku sekeluarga.Walau bagaimanapun alhamdulillah aku dapat tangani nye.Dalam keresahan, kesedihan dan kekecewaan yang aku alami, tiba-tiba aku teringat hikmah disebalik ujian itu.Semuanya datang dari Allah.Allah ta'ala ingin menguji aku sekeluarga sekuat mana ketahanan iman dan taqwa kami kepada-Nya.Terima kasih Allah..Terima kasih diatas ujian ini...KAU masih sayangkan kami...

Alhamdulillah...

Isnin, November 10, 2008

ape-ape jelah

Dalam hidup kita ni, apa yang penting ialah muhasabah diri setiap hari.Kita kena nilai semula segala perbuatan kita dan semua percakapan kita.Bila kita dapat nilai semula , kita renung semula , kita fikir semula apa natijahnya pada diri kita dan jugak pada orang lain.

Dengan muhasabah diri, kita dapat tahu serba sedikit tahap diri kita .Baikkah kita?atau jahat sangat kah kita?Tapi perkara yang paling penting sekali muhasabah diri kita sebagai hamba-Nya.Cukup ke solat kita harini?khusyuk ke solat kita? tepat pada waktunye ke?berapa banyak dosa yang telah kita lakukan harini?apa amalan baik kita harini?iskhhh kalao nak ditanya memang la banyak...tanya diri sendiri je lah ye.

Tu belum lagi check bende lain seperti tanggungjawab atau peranan kita sebagai ibu, bapa,isteri , suami, anak, kawan,jiran..dll.

ermmm...buatlah apa yang termampu dan yang terbaik asal kita sedar siapa diri kita ni.Ni susah la kalao yang tak sedar-sedar lagi.Na'uzubillah..  

Ahad, November 09, 2008

berita yg menarik minatku----Anti-Obama smears energize Muslim voters


(Reuters) U.S. President-elect Barack Obama waves as he leaves his first press conference following his election victory in Chicago, November 7.


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Smear campaigns that Barack Obama was a Muslim in disguise have energized Muslim voters across the U.S. to vote to Obama.

CAIRO — Smear campaigns that Barack Obama was a Muslim in disguise have energized Muslim voters across the United States to vote overwhelmingly to the Democratic presidential candidate, experts have agreed. 

"It was perfectly all right to call him Muslim, to call him Arab, because that was a smear that we haven't said as a nation: 'That's not OK,' " Jen'nan Ghazal Read, an associate professor of sociology at Duke University, told the Chicago Tribune on Friday, November 7.

"Maybe [Obama's election] will bring that to the fore. It's not OK to say Muslims are not American. They are as American as anyone else."

Obama was elected America's first black president on Tuesday after crushing his Republican rival John McCain.

According to a survey by American Muslim Task Force for Civil Rights and Elections, nearly 90 percent of American Muslims voted for Obama while only 2 percent cast ballot to McCain.

Preliminary Gallup polls reflect similar numbers.

Obama's middle name, Hussein, and a picture of him in a traditional Somali garb during a visit to his father's homeland Kenya in 2006 stoke the "Obama is a Muslim" flames.

For weeks, he had to put up with news reports and rival remarks of being a Muslim in disguise.

Former secretary of State Colin Powell has criticized Republican smear campaigns against Obama, saying it was OK if Obama was Muslim.

Obama is the son of a Muslim-turned-atheist Kenyan father and a white American mother that did not practice religion.

Born in Hawaii, he lived from ages 6 to 10 in Indonesia with his mother and Muslim stepfather.
High Hopes

Experts say the strong Muslim vote for Obama reflects that the U.S. Muslims share the same desire of the wider community to see changes after eight years under the Republican rule.

"This vote was a vote pursuant to an American identity," said Ahmed Younis of Gallup Center for Muslim Studies.

"Pursuant to an experience in America that has significant concern for an economy that's failing, concern for a health-care system that does not seem to meet the needs of the people. Bread-and-butter issues that Americans vote upon, the American Muslim community does as well."

A financial crisis swept the US and the world in September after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the fourth-largest investment bank, and the financial woes of a number of Wall Street giants. It has knocked down markets worldwide.

Younis said Obama's election gives high hopes of changes in the US policies after eight years under George W. Bush's go-alone policies.

"Amongst Muslims globally, there is high support for freedom of speech and freedom of assembly in the constitutions of their countries," he said.

"Certainly Muslim Americans see the success of Barack Obama's campaign as a vote for hope . . . If we are able to yield that to the people of the world, we've done something amazing."


Source: IslamOnline

Sabtu, November 08, 2008

no title

takde apa yang nak aku sampaikan kat sini.apa aku nak tulis pun aku tak tau...penin skit harini..dengan cuaca yang agak panas kat Port Dickson ni.Nak buat keje kat umah ni pun tak larat dan tak tahan dengan kepanasan yg melampau ni.Aku tunggu bayu laut jela bagi menyejukkan badan.Ditambah dengan keadaan aku yg berbadan 2 nih..lagilah menghangatkan badan aku ni.

tapi aku ade tips untuk sejukkan badan dengan membaca doa nabi Ibrahim bila dia dibakar.Ingat tak sirah nabi tu?aku lupa plak ayat berapa tapi aku ingat la ayatnya."kulnayana rukuni bardaw wasalaman 'ala ibrahim" camtulah bih kurang ayat dia.Insyaallah sejuk badan kita pastu.

Sabtu, November 01, 2008

Fetal development - 30 weeks pregnant


aku dah 30 minggu sekarang..alhamdulillah



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Your baby's lungs and digestive tract are almost fully developed. While your baby may soon slow up growing in length, (he measures about 15.7 inches/ 40 centimetres from crown to toe by now), he will continue to gain weight until he's born. 

This week your baby continues to open and shut his eyes. He can probably see what's going on in utero, distinguish light from dark and even track a light source. If you shine a light on your stomach, your baby may move his head to follow the light or even reach out to touch the moving glow. Some researchers think baring your stomach to light stimulates visual development. But don't expect 20/20 vision when your baby is born -- newborns can see a distance of only about 8 to 12 inches/ 20 to 30 centimetres. (Children with normal vision don't reach 20/20 vision until about age 7 to 9.) To complete the picture, your baby now has eyebrows and eyelashes. 

Information you need, just when you need it

A pint and a half/ around a litre of amniotic fluid now surrounds your baby but that volume decreases as he gets bigger and has less room in your uterus. As you and the baby continue to grow, don't be alarmed if you feel breathless, as if you can't get enough air; it's just your uterus pressing against your diaphragm. There is a light at the end of the tunnel though. At about 34 weeks (or just before birth, if this is your second or third pregnancy), your baby's head will move down into your pelvis as the baby gets into the right position for birth. That will make breathing and eating a lot easier. 


Note: Experts say every baby develops differently -- even in utero. These fetal development pages are designed to give a general idea of how a fetus grows in the womb.

nak jual motor..



Assalamualaikum..

Dengan rasminya saya nak jual Naza Blade 250 Naked kesayangan saya....

1) Buatan: NAZA
2) Nama Model: Blade (Naked)
3) Keupayaan Enjin (cc): 250
4) Warna: biru
5) Tahun Dibuat: 2004
6) Tarikh Pendaftaran: Oct 2004
7) Pemilikan: anda akan jadi pemilik ke -3
 Sebab Motor hendak dijual: Nak guna duit lagipun jarang guna motor ni. 
9) Lokasi: Port Dickson 
10) Batuan (mileage): 64,129 km 
11) Accident free...condition ok.....
11) Harga: RM7500 (boleh dirunding)

* gambar ni tayar tak tukar lagi akan ditukar kalao ade buyer.
* sproket baru depan belakang


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Amir

akhirnya...

kakak harini dah mula tak pakai diapers, sbb dah pandai cakap nak g toilet..alhamdulillah.tak sesia apa yg aku ajar dia2 minggu lepas.Seminggu je ajar then aku rasa give up..seminggu kendian..harini la..dia dah mula pandai cakap nak kencing...terkezut aku dibuatnya..

alhamdulillah...

Tapi asyik nak g toilet jela kejenye..hehheh,.at least dia telah membantu meringankan beban ayah dia .Sekali beli diapers sampai 2 beg ..ermmm..alhamdulillah...thanks puteriku..dah besar anak ummi..

Selasa, Oktober 28, 2008

busynyeeeeee

sekarang ni kurang dapat nak update blog.Banyak sangat keje yang perlu dibuat sblm bersalin ni.Macam-macam keje nak dibuat kat umah ni.Barang-barang baby dah diasingkan kat satu katil baby.Semua amik barang-barang kakak dia. Alhamdulillah, hamper masa anak sulung ade lagi ..terima kasih kepada sahabat-sahabat yang datang ke wad masa aku dah bersalin arituuuuuu..

Semalam pergi senawang beli barang baby memandangkan usia kandungan dah 7 bulan lebih.Beli tambah sikit2 je, beli la baju beberapa pasang, dan tambah apa-apa yang takde.Kene wat semu tu sebelum badan ni dah tak larat nak bergerak lagi.Sonok rasanya dapat beli barang anak ni.Rasa puas hati sangat.

Pergi klinik hari Selasa aritu, berat plak tak cukup.ermm..bila kandungan dah 7 bulan lebih ni kene naik sekilo dlm masa 2 minggu.Jenuh kene makan banyak ni, tapi kene kontrol gak..Lagi 2 minggu pergi lagi klinik.Then, bila dah dekat nak bersalin tiap2 minggu kene g klinik.Tapi bagus jugak.Untuk pengawasan ...

Sabtu, Oktober 25, 2008

blajar iqra' dan solat

seronok rasanya bila akhirnya dapat mengajar anak sendiri iqra'..alhamdulillah..dah masuk minggu ke-2 dia belajar.Tapi biasalah budak-budak kecik ni ikut dialah kalau rasa dia nak dia belajarla..kalao tak dia akan kata "nanak"..paham2 jelah bila dia kata "nanak" tu.Janganlah paksa dia.Budak-budak.Kalao ngaji pun bukannye boleh fokus sgt.heheheh..

jap dia turn to another page..jap lagi dia wat itu ini  lah..tapi yg penting kita ajar dia seawal yang boleh.

dan sekarang ni jugak dia dah mula guna telekung sendiri untuk solat bersama ummi dia ni.Tapi macam biasalah rakaat pertama je ikut pastu berterabur la dia.Jap-jap perbetulkan sejadah yg senget la.Gelagat dia membuatkan aku nak tergelak masa solat..tahan jela..

Apa yang penting kita perkenalkan dia cara hidup seorang Muslim yang sebenar dan yang penting tarbiyyah anak-anak kite.Walaupun dia masih belum mengerti apa-apa lagi. Bak kata pepatah, melentur buluh biar sampai kerebungnya..kalau dah jadi buluh, mungkin boleh..tapi susah la sikit..masih blom terlambat.Aku cuba buat yang terbaik demi mendidik anak-anak aku untuk menjadi insan yang berguna.Insyaallah.

7 bulan telah berlalu

sekarang kandungan aku dah 7 bulan.Dah 29 minggu dah, semakin memenatkan tapi aku aku bersyukur bila anak aku semakin aktif bergerak kat dalam ni.Aku tak merungut dengan keadaan ni, malah aku sangat teruja dan gembira dengan kehadiran bakal anak ke-2 ni.Bagi aku mengandung adalah suatu perkara yang menyeronokkan.satu keajaiban dan ia juga memberi satu keinsafan dalam diri kita tentang kejadian manusia, khalifah Allah swt dimuka bumi ni.

Aku pernah terbaca dalam satu majalah ni..dah lama dah 10 tahun yg lps agaknya.Betapa besarnya rahmat yg Allah turunkan buat ibu yang mengandung ni, bermula dari 'tertanamnya' benih itu di rahim si ibu sehinggalah dia melahirkan , menyusukan dan membesarkan anak tersebut.Subhanallah...

 

masih dalam mood raya

dah lama plak tak update nih..bizi sangat.harini jadual agak padat sikit .Pagi ni suami aku ada tournament kat PDGCC, PD. Mungkin dalam petang nak bertolak g KL plak .harini sorang lagi junior aku akan mendirikan rumahtangga bersama pasangannya.Dedua budak UIA.Selamat pengantin baru Ami!

Then, mlm kul 8 plak ade open house PTD(Panglima Tentera Darat) kat kem Wardieburn.Sib baik dekat je dgn umah mak lang aku.boleh la beraya rumah dia skali.Sian suami aku, nama dia naik untuk jadi penyambut tetamu.Asyik-asyik jadi penyambut tetamu..dah banyak event dia jadi penyambut tetamu.Begitulah nasib kapten ni, kira kene arah jela.tapi dah tugas nak wat camne.Karang tak naik pangkat karang susah jugak.hehheh. 

Mungki tengahmalam baru balik PD.

Part yang paling aku suka nak crita ialah..esok kenkawan sekuliah  aku akan datang.Insyaallah katanya 3 kereta.Yela kenkawan aku dah bekerja semuanya.Alhamdulillah..terubat rindu kat diorang.Then ptg tu plak mungkin ke Linggi jumpa mak aku kat sana yg ade rombongan cik kiah kat sana.

Ahad, Oktober 12, 2008

Fetal development - 27 weeks pregnant

Fetal development - 27 weeks pregnant

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Your baby now weighs nearly 2 pounds/ 875 grams and measures 14.5 inches/ 36.6 centimetres from head to toe. Her eyes open and close, she sleeps and wakes at regular intervals and she may suck a finger or thumb. 

Sweet dreams, little baby! Some experts believe that babies begin to dream by the 28th week. What do they dream about? No one knows for certain but the brain is active this week as well. The characteristic grooves on the brain's surface start to appear and more brain tissue develops. 

Chalk up any rhythmic movement you may be feeling to a case of the hiccups, which are common this week and throughout the pregnancy. Your baby has them but is breathing in amniotic fluid rather than air. A paper bag can't cure her hiccups, obviously, but an episode usually lasts only momentarily. The sensation for you may be strange but not unpleasant. 


Since your uterus is now up near your rib cage, you may now find yourself short of breath if you haven't already. Starting now and continuing through the last three months of pregnancy, you may be plagued by leg cramps, haemorrhoids, varicose veins and an itchy abdomen. Are pregnancy discomforts getting you down? Try some natural remedies to perk you up. 

If you were found to be Rh-negative earlier in pregnancy, you'll probably be tested for Rh antibodies this week or next and have an anti-D injection to combat the incompatibility. You may be offered a repeat injection at 36 weeks. 

• Note: Experts say every baby develops differently -- even in utero. These fetal development pages are designed to give a general idea of how a fetus grows in the womb. 

Jumaat, Oktober 10, 2008

Fetal development - 26 weeks pregnant

Fetal development - 26 weeks pregnant

Approved by the BabyCentre Medical Advisory Board

Measuring your baby from top to toe with his legs extended, he is about 14 inches/ 35.6 centimetres. He weighs a little more than 1.6 pounds/ 760 grams. Your baby's eyes begin to open around now. Response to sound grows more consistent toward the end of the seventh month, when the network of nerves to the ear is complete. He also continues to take small breaths and although he's only breathing in water and not air, it's still good practice for when he's born. 

Since your baby is now growing so fast, and brain development is so intense at this stage, your nutrition is very important. Continue to eat a well-balanced diet that includes plenty of grains and vegetables. Fibre-rich foods, including whole-grain breads and cereals, lentils and brown rice are high in vitamin B and help fend off constipation. 

bukan senang...hanya kerana sebijik honda cup 70

tadi aku uruskan motor allahyarham abah aku yg tersadai kat JPJ Padang Jawa.Semua tu gara2 adik aku yg masa tu jahil sgt + otak tak matang lagi+ kawan yg tak bertanggungjawab, maka dgn itu tersadaila motor tu kat sana slama 4 thn.

                  Tiba2 je dtg surat kata motor tu dah nak kene lelong.Ingatkan dah takde dah motor tu.So, bayangkan dalam masa 2 minggu nak uruskan.Pergh! ingat semudah itu nak uruskan, rupernye...bila motor kene tahan JPJ, dan owner dia dah meninggal lagi banyak keje kene buat.Pertama, dalam kes aku ni sijil kematian dah hilang.so , kene pergi JPN amik salinan.Pastu sblm pergi Amanah Raya untuk dapatkan surat kuasa pertukaran hak milik kene pergi mahkamah syariah untuk dapatkan surat Faraid.

                  Nak dapatkan surat faraid tu plak mau makan masa sebulan. Apa yg diperlukan, hanya sijil kematian dan surat beranak /IC adik beradik.Semasa proses perbicaraan yg akan dipanggil kemudian memerlukan plaintif dan 2 org saksi yg terdiri dari adik beradik.Fuhh..kene masuk mahkamah la plak.Bila dah settle semua baru pergi amanah raya.Kalau untuk pertukaran hak milik tanah mau makan setahun lebih.Tapi sebab nak tukar motor je, boleh la sekejap tak makan sampai tahun...kendian baru boleh g JPJ amik motor tu.Aku kira-kira proses nak siapkan semua urusan tu mau makan setahun lebih, tapi sbb aku berurusan dgn manusia yang berperasaan dan ada budi bicara, maka semua tu aku boleh dapatkan motor pusaka Allahyarham abah aku tu dari dilelong.Satu je aku nak ucap...Alhamdulillah....

*Credit untuk staff JPJ Padang Jawa, JPN Tg.Malim, Amanah Raya Kuala Lumpur, dan Mahkamah Rendah Syariah Gombak diatas  budi bicara diorang dan atas layanan yg amat memuaskan.

Sapa tak declare harta org yang dah meninggal boleh kene penalti tu.Baru aku tau..so harini banyak yg aku belajar hanya dari menguruskan sebijik honda Cup 70 yg pada org lain mungkin tidak bernilai.Tapi bagi aku dan mak aku, ituah kenangan abadi tinggalan abah aku yang tak akan dapat diperolehi lagi.

Rabu, Oktober 08, 2008

demi anak yg tercinta

kandungan aku baru cecah 26 minggu.Tinggal lagi 2 minggu baru 7 bulan.Tapi aku dah tak larat dah.Tak macam masa mengandung dulu.Mungkin benar la anak yang aku kandungkan ni seorang putera.Lain macam je aku rasa sejak mengandung kali ke-2 ni.Aku dah tak aktif macam masa mengandung dulu.Pergerakan aku pun terbatas.Nak wat keje berat2 pun dah mengah.ermm..yang penting, anak dalam kandungan sihat walafiat.Masalah sekarang, bangaun pagi je sakit perut.Terasa keras je dalam perut..kadang selalu gak terpikir, apa la dia buat kat dalam tu ye?hehehheh..Makin hari aku menghitung hari, menungg saat kelahiran putera sulung ku.tak sabar rasanya nak menatap wajah anak yg ke-2 ni.tak sabar rasanya nak membelai dan mencurahkan segala kasih sayang ku padanya...tapi aku kene bersabar tak boleh terburu2...walau dalam kesabaran ku itu, terdetik jugak rasa ketidaksabaran..camne tu ek..dalam sabar ada tak sabarnye...hehheh
oklah...dah lewat malam ni..bukan nak tidur tapi nak check umah dah settle ke kemasnye.tak sonok tido dlm keadaan isi rumah bersepah.

selamat berhari raya

dah seminggu lebaran aidilfitri berlalu, tapi banyak lagi rumah sedara mara dan sahabat handai yang belum sempat dikunjungi.Tak bersempatan kalini.Hopefully dikesempatan akan datang boleh la datang ziarah rumah mereka yg tak sempat diziarah tahun ni.insyaallah...

Selasa, September 30, 2008

video

esok....raya!!

Alahamdulillah.esok adalah hari kemenangan buat kita , Muslimin dan muslimat semua menyambut hari lebaran yang mulia.Diatas segala jihad kita dibulan poser ni segala cabaran yang bukan sahaja menahan lapar dan dahaga tetapi juga hal-hal yang lain.

ermmm....tahun ni aku sekeluarga beraya dalam keadaan kesihatan yang tak mengizinkan.Tapi cakap pasal jalan-jalan cari makan time raya2 ni ermm...aku mengizinkan jugak badan ku..ehhehhee

suamiku dah 4 hari demam.aku plak, badan nak terasa kehangatan demam, puteriku pulak dah demam dari kelmarin ..sian dia.tapi masih boleh aktif lagi.

Harini suamiku dapat pulang awal..so, insyaallah sblm maghrib sampai le kitorang kat kampung.

Dah lama rasanya tak balik kampung.Adela dalam 2 bulan gitu.

SElamat berhari raya!!

Ahad, September 28, 2008

nak balik raya..

Sekarang dah pukul 1203 pm, tapi aku still tak mula mengemas.Biasanya kalao nak balik raya seminggu aku dah siap kan list barang apa nak bawak.Tu pun aku tak wat lagi.ermmm...nape ek?Tapi bukan nak balik raya lagi cuma terpaksa ikut suamiku pergi kl skali then hari selasa terus balik kampung.So tak perlu dia patah balik ke Telok Kemang ni ha.

Nak balik raya ni macam2 yg nak dibawak balik.Baru anak sorang kalao anak 2 aku bgau suami aku seswai bli lori je..hehehe

kalao bab ngemas barang nak balik kampung suami aku langsung tak usik.lagipun aku pun tak suka.Biar aku yang buat.Baru aku puas hati.Senang keje dia .Tetau je dah siap dan dia tau drive kereta je.Itulah tugas aku yg bergelar surirumah and i love my 'job' very much.W.alau aku terpaksa habiskan 24 jam kat umah ni pun aku gembira.Aku rasa puas hati bila aku sendiri dapat siapkan semua tu.

Tahun ni raya tanpa orang yang paling aku kasihi, Allahyarhamah opah and Allahyarham abahku.Rasa tak lengkap raya ni tapi...apa boleh buat.Kenela terima kenyataan.

Selamat hari raya semuaaaaaaaaaa!!! 

Jumaat, September 26, 2008

Sebelum kawin vs selepas kawin

Kalao bercakap pasal kawin pasti semua teruna dan dara tersenyuuuuuuum je ek..
Apa yg aku nak sampaikan ni adalah versi seorang ibu dan isteri.Alhamdulillah, aku dah lalui zaman sebelum dan selepas kawin.Dan aku dapat rasa perbezaan yg amat ketara pada diri aku selaku seorang ibu dan isteri. 

Sebagai contoh, aidil fitri bakal menjelang tiba.So,seperti ibu bapa yg lain, membuat persiapan untuk menyambut hari kebesaran ni.Sib baik kat PD ni ade 2 je pasaraya The Store and Billion. kalau ade 10 pasaraya, confirm aku naik semua 10 pasaraya tu.heheheh
Bebaru ni , pergi cari baju raya tuk anak tercinta , intan payung pengarang jantung hatiku,NUR NADIAH AMEERAH.dAan PADA MASA YG SAMA JUGAK DAH BGTAU suamiku nak suh dia belikan baju melayu.Bukan untuk sesiapa pun, tapi untuk dia jugak.

Aku pun cam biasa, sebagai seorang pengguna yang bijak, aku cari barang yg berkualiti dan berpatutan harganya.Jadi aku memilih barangan malaysia..heheheh.Nasionalistik tul aku ni ek..
Hey..siapa lagi nak support barangan tempatan kalao bukan kita tul tak?
Alhamdulillah..aku berpuas hati dgn pilihan baju raya tuk anak aku ni. ermm..harga pakaian raya dia je lebih mahal dari baju melayu bapak dia. Aku plak?mana de baju raya, bukan tak terpikir nak bli baju raya , cantik2 dihari raya. Tapi entahlah.....

haaaaaaaa!!...disinilah isu yg aku nak bawakan harini.perasaan aku ni yang rasa 'entahlah' ni..bukan sengaja tanak beli, tapi keutamaan yg aku berikan pada anak aku.So, keutamaan untuk aku jatuh ntah tangga ke berapa pun aku tak tau.ke-3 la kut.Pertama anak, suami dan diri aku sendiri.

Senang kata, bila dah kawin ni, dan dah ade anak plak tu..kita akan lebih mengutamakan anak dan suami dari diri kita sendiri. 

Dulu...dulu la sebelum aku kawin.Berapa pasang baju dan aksesori yg mesti dibeli.Tapi sejak kawin ni, kurang skit membeli.kalau shopping bukan lagi barang aku yg aku cari, tapi barang2 or baju untuk anak. Semua tu, hadir secara semulajdi, tanpa paksaan samada dalaman atau luaran.Secara semulajadinya kita tidak mementingkan diri.Begitulah besarnya kasih seorang ibu.Hingga kini, belum sepasang pun aku membeli baju raya untuk diri aku sendiri. Dan aku yakin, ini bukan terjadi pada diri aku sahaja, tapi jugak kepada para ibu yang diluar sana.Percayalah wahai anak dara sekalian.kalau sekarang ni korang rasa, korang pentingkan diri, tunggulah saatnya bila korang bergelar ibu..insyaallah, perubahan pasti akan berlaku. 

Haa!!..sekarang suami plak kene mainkan peranan.Bila dah tau istri ni semulajadinya macamtu, dia la plak yg kene belikan baju raya tuk istrinya.Sbb biasanya, si ibu susah nak pentingkan diri dia.Bagi dia, anak2 lah keutamaan baginya.

Another issue, bila bergelar ibu ni kita lebih bersabar berbanding semasa menjadi anak dara.Kesabaran tu ibarat teman hidup kita.kenapa aku cakap macam tu?
banyak perkara dan situasi yg boleh aku bawakkan disini, yg mungkin ade yg sedar dan mungkin ade yg masih tak berapa nak sedar.

situasi pertama.

Kesabaran tu boleh kita nampak masa hari pertama kita bergelar ibu.Bayi yg baru lahir, biasa ar nangis nak susu la, basahh la, yak la, kembung prut la.Kalau siang hari ok gak.Tapi ni mlm hari diwaktu semua org lena diulit mimpi , kita kena bangun untuk settlekan masaalah tu.Byangkan kul 2, 3 pagi dia nangis sebelah telinga kita.Kita gagahkan badan ni bangun untuk menenangkan dia. Sedangkan, sebelum kita kawin, kita la org yg paling tak sabar.Tambah-tambah nak bangun kul 2, 3 pagi camtu.Jgn harapla.

Dulu aku terpikir boleh ke aku menjadi ibu?manjaga anak2 aku bila diorang lahir nanti.Aku mula terbayang aku kene bangun disaat semua org dah tido,disaat aku sepatutnya berehat yang bukan hanya sekali dua, tapi lebih dari itu semata2 untuk menenangkan anaku yg tengah menangis tu.mengamuk ke aku nanti dgn teriakan tangisan anakku.?Marahkah aku? Tapi alhamdulillah aku berjaya menempuhinya.Bese ar kan.sebelum kita tempuh sesuatu perkara baru tu, memang la macam2 ketidakyakinan ada dlm diri kita. Tapi bila kita dah berada dalam situasi tu, then baru kita tau apa sebenarnya.So, moralnya, don't jump into the conclusion.dan yg paling penting kerjasam dan sokongan suami jugak.!!

Ya Allah !Kenapa ni?

Ahad yg lepas, tak tau kenapa.MUNGKIN sebab aku kurg berehat dan banyak bergerak.Menyebabkan kelemahan pergerakan bayi dalam kat dlm rahimku.Selalunya dia aktiiiiiiif sgt bergerak tapi dlm 24 jam tu aku dpt rasakan kurangnye aktiviti pergerakan dia. Dari subuh tu lagi aku rasa dia kurang bergerak, tapi mungkinn sbb aku gerak banyak sgt kut sblm tu..Tapi,aku mula panik pagi tu bila aku bangun pagi.Tak terasa lagi dia bergerak seperti kebiasaan.Mana taknye, nurse dah bgtau hemoglobin aku rendah sgt dan akan nyebabkan bayi kurg oksigen.Bila kurang oksigen, boleh nyebabkan baby lemas.Na'uzubillah...bukan senang aku nak mengandung lagi.

Tanpa membuang masa, aku pergi klinik untuk scan.Just to make sure anakku sihat. Akhirnya....alhamdulillah..doktor sahkan baby aku sihat.kebetulan masa tgh scan tu dia bergerak kuat skit.Dan paling penting aku nampak degup jantungnya.Syukur alhamdulillah...sihat rupanya anak ku."Ummi risau, sayang".
Doktor kata dia dah besar.kandungan aku pun dah masuk 6 bulan (24 weeks).Anggota badan dia pun dah berlipat2 kat dlm tu so, pergerakan takdelah cam dulu..Itu yg doktor tu bilang sama aku la.Apepun..alhamdulillah...aku akan terus berjuang untuk menjaga makan minum esp, kopi, teh, milo, and malt!!Sian aku kan?
tapi demi anak yg aku kandungkan ni, aku relakan jua..chewahhhhhh!!eh..betul ape. 





aku rinduuuuuuuu sangat part 2



Aku dah janji nak sambung tentang apa yang aku rinduuuuuuu sangat tu kan..
alhamdulillah..harini Allah ta'ala beri aku kesempatan ni untuk aku bebel lagi panjang lebar ..
agar hati aku tenang bila dapat luahkan perasaan yg ter'buku' kat hati ni.kalo sekali terbuku 
takpe gak..kalao dah berbuku-buku kat dalam hati aku ni..maunye tak ber'jilid' dah perasaan aku ni.

ok lah..sambung balik.
OR ni selain dari 4 perkara yang sebelum ni, ia juga merupakan :

5. Nursery or kindergarden

Mesti korang tak caye, kat OR nilah tempat puteri sulungku membesar.Masa dia umur 2 bulan

sampaila umur dia 5 bulan.Kalau tak kat Mahallah Halimatus Sa'adiah (Halimah) , kat OR ni la 
aku tumpangkan anak aku sementara aku g klas.
So, boleh kata semua bebudak PSYCTA dah jadi babysitter anak aku nii.
Diorang ni dapat gak skill keibubapaan untuk menempuh alam diorg plak.heii..bukan senang tau.
ni aku bg percuma je, skill ni.heheheh
Thanks a lot pada diorang yg dah bersusah payah dan berkorban demi membesarkan anak aku .
Just to name a few, Syitah, Mior, poji,fais,baim, pda, asya, nury,ayong, rini, mira,tirah, mun, mun kecik, dan raaaaaaaamai lagi.

Sampai anak aku ni kamcing giler la dgn diorang.Buakn setakat 5 bualn je.

Sampai la umo dia masuk 1 thn 6 bulan, bila aku tamat blaja kat uia tu. 
thanks gak, pada lecturer aku yg sgt la baik hati.kdg2 anak aku meragam, bese ar baby ...tak penah plak diorang halau aku dr OR ke, atau marah2 ke..alhamdulillah.diorang semua paham situasi aku.

6. Musolla 

kat OR ni jugak la kitorang solat.Biasanya kitorang solat kat OR je.Kalo rajin wat jemaah .

bila tibe time poser, tak kirala poser sunat ke, poser ramadhan, kitorang buat la circle sendiri.Iftar reramai, then solat jemaah skali.iskh..best tul la .Walau kuantity kitorang tak ramai tapi, sedikit itu yg menghidupkan OR tu.

7. Tempat tido

Kalao org lain terpaksa balik bilik diorang or g masjid, kitorang relaks je tido kat OR ni.biasanya kat blakang tabir tu.kenkadang ngantuk pas habiskan semalaman

menyiapkan assignment, tido ar dulu sblm masuk klas.Fuh!!..dapat lena skejab kat blakang tabir biru tu, walau beralas lengan and tikar getah je, lega gak.

8. port study yg baeek punya.

Tiap kali nak exam pasti ade je org duk study kat sini.Tak kirala wat last minute discussion ke, atau study sendiri.

aku salah sorgnyee.Aku akan request suamiku hantar aku tak kirala malam ke siang ke, weekdays ke weekends ke.Aku selesa study kat OR ni.
Tapi jgn g waktu siang weekend.Panas beb!!air-con diorang tutup.Tapi after 6 pm tu tak brani sensorang.Sunyi giler!!Aku lah selaluu duk sana sementara tunggu hubby aku balik
dari keje ke, atau dia ade program ke.Sib baik ade anak aku yg sentiasa tak lupa nak meriuhkan suasana.thanks my dear.

kesimpulannya, Senang kataOR ni dah jadi macam rumah ke-2 kitorang .Ade setengah tu spent their time a lot kat OR instead of their rooms.OR ni bagi semangat kat kitorang.
Aku sendiri banyak menghabiskan masa kat OR.Dalam sehari OR takan sunyi dari kehadiran kitorang.

begitulah ceritanya cik OR yang banyak berbakti kepada kitorang.Tapi OR tu dah tak digunakan lagi seperti mana yg kitorang buat dulu.Dah takde org nak hidupkan OR tu lagi.Sedey gak kan...Tinggal kenangan je la OR tu. 






Sabtu, September 20, 2008

AKU RINDUUUU SANGAT!





Sejak  tamat pengajian aku yang panjaaaaaang kat UIAM yang akuuu cintai. aku dah semakin jauhhhhhhh dari kenkawan aku.
Aku rinduuuuuuuuu sangat kat diorang..

Kalao cakap pasal UIAM semestinya kenkawan aku yang satu course dgn aku.Yela, sesama membesar ..hehehh

kalo cakap pasal course aku tu Psychology, mesti tak tinggal pasal OR (OPeration Room ) kitorang yg memang tempat kitorang "beroperasi".
Aku nak citer skit 'biografi' OR ni. 


Tarikh lahir dia             : Aku tak tau bila dia dilahirkan..

                                          yang pasti bilik tu memang ade sejak uia ni ade la kan?hehhe


Lokasi                             : level 4, HS building

Kedudukan                    : antara bilik Bro.Zaki (lecturer motivation and emotion) , 
                                      Prof. Noraini (ex- head dept. kitorang yg jugak merangkap lecturer                                                     statistic yg paling best giler...)
                                      and Bro. Haris (hehehe..lecturer yg tak pernah aku blajar dgn dia...yg aku                                           tau dia ade anak nama Marwan.)tapi skrg kat UK

How to reach there? : kalao rasa rajin n kuat kaki korang tu, naik ar tangga.kalao agak2 malas ,                                          naik ar lif.
                                       Tapi kadang2 lif pun wat hal gak, so tangga gak jd pilihan kan.
Keluasan                   : aku tak pandai nak mengagak, yg aku tau OR tu lebih besar dari master                                              
bedroom rumah aku..heheh.

Apa ade kat dalam OR?: Iskh..jgn ditanya, macam-macam ada! Kitorang ade :
 
  -2 meja, biasanya tempat kitorang study or wat keje.
  -ade 1 rak buku
  -partition dgn langsir warna biru
  (kat sinila tmpat girls tido, solat n our small kitchen-kicap, sos, dapur, tepung, garam, gula, teh, 
  mangkuk, pinggan, rak pinggan, cawan , susu anakku, botol anakku n some sort of barang baby..and bla..bla...)
  Kat blakang langsir biru ni jugakla tempat kitorang taruk semua brg2 yg dah habis digunakan setiap kali ade program
  i.e exhibition yg kitorang selalu buat


OR tu la tempat acara rasmi dan tak rasmi kitorang.OR ni patut tukar nama , bukan OR lagi..bilik ni memang multi-purpose.Waalau pun bilik ni kecik je tapi fungi dia sangaaaaaaat la 
besar.Kalao tak caye, baca ar kat bawah ni.
Antara fungsi OR pada kitorang:
   
1.Definitely tempat meeting

Biasa ar kan OR mesti ar tempat meeting.Nama pun atas nama persatuan.Meeting plak tu, bese ar, kalah meeting PM, bukan sejam dua, tapi berjam-jam.hehehheh

2.Tempat belakang tabir wat keje

dah nama pun persatuan , so any event kat OR la tempat kitorang menghabiskan masa buat banner, buat itu, ini, siapkan semuanya disini.

Dua perkara diatas normal la bagi setiap OR yg ade kat UIA ni.Haaaaa! tapi yang kat bawah ni lain skit...
tak tau ar kalau OR lain pun wat aktiviti yang agak tak 'berpersatuan ' ni gak.heheh

3. Tempat lepak paling famous skali 

Kitorang tak yah sesusah nak cari port2 baeek punya untuk melepak.
Kat OR nilah tempat kitorang melapak.Aku 'join da club' pun sejak beberapa bulan sebelum aku bergelar 'cik puan'..
Sambil melepak, kat sinila kitorang dapat informasi terkini kawan2 kitorang..

4. Dapur

Sealain berkhidmat sebagai tempat meeting , OR ni jugak jadi dapur kitorang.Kat sinia kitorang kumpul ramai2, makan ramai2 tapi bayar sorang2 tau..hehehhe.biasanya, time lunch, atau dinner..tapi paling ramai time lunch la..makan ramai2..
best tuuuu!!kitorang turun kat cafe bawah,

tapi nak bgtau skit la, bukan melepak kosong tau, kat sini aku nak huraikan skit apa itu melepak yang tak kosong bagi kitorang.Lepak kitorg lepak ilmiah..ceh!marah DBP kalo dia jumpe term ni.
(to be continued..)

HEhehe...



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