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A Salute To Our Hero Moms Parenting In Covid-19 Times

It is important to look after your own physical and emotional well-being while tending to the needs of your child.

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Parenthood comes both with tremendous joys and increased responsibilities. Raising a child on a regular day can be tough. First-time parents are often caught clueless about why their child is crying or running a fever or behaving the way they are. And while it is important to tend to the needs of your baby, ensuring the physical and emotional well-being of the mother is equally important. At such a crucial stage, parents usually rely on the support of their family members and most importantly on their doctors to take the baby steps into parenthood.

But the limiting nature of the pandemic and restrictions on in-person hospital consultations made it difficult for parents to access childcare. First-time mothers like Gargi found themselves at odds on every front, from being concerned about their kids catching an infection to understanding their child’s emotional needs.

Consulting doctors online through MediBuddy was a life saviour for Gargi and mums like her at such trying times. She was initially hesitant about the idea of virtual healthcare but once the doctor eased her anxieties and her child’s health improved, she started feeling more comfortable with it.

She was relieved at the ease with which they could get a consult with a doctor besides having medicines delivered to her doorstep.

So, if you’re also worried about your child’s health then download MediBuddy and know that a doctor is just on the other side of the screen.

To know more about Gargi’s story, watch the video above!

You can download MediBuddy here: https://www.medibuddy.in/

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