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Knowing the madness that is part of getting vaccinations at the health centers here in Qatar, I made sure I got my appointments well in advance. In fact, I made the appointment for 24 April, on 24 March itself. I was not going to risk...

You can get the baby’s birth certificate at Women’s Hospital, Wakrah Hospital, Al Khor Hospital and Cuban Hospital in Dukhan. Parents can also apply for birth certificates at three private hospitals – Al Ahli, Al Emadi and Doha Clinic. The best option would be get the...

I have always been a fan of the Cuban from everything I heard and that is where I chose to deliver. Why I picked the Cuban Hospital: The fact that it is part of HMC was a huge deal. Even if you are in a private hospital,...

Armed with the birth certificate and passport, I set out to make him an official resident of Qatar. The easiest way to do this is if you have an efficient PRO who is willing to finish the paperwork. If that is not possible, and the baby...

With my return to work coming up quick, I have to look into care for my lil one; I had to look at the options I had and pick what I believe suits us best. I knew I was not going to have family around, so...

The development of effective vaccines has led to a huge decrease in childhood deaths. The World Health Organization stated: 'The two public health interventions that have had the greatest impact on the world's health are clean water and vaccines.' Immunisation saves lives and prevents more diseases than...

The Big Day I was meant to be induced on 24 February 2016, but luckily (errr…) for me the pains started the night before. We had gone out for a walk in the evening when the pains started – at around 9.30pm. I didn’t realize these...

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