There are things that happen during the labour and birth process that not even your best friend will share with
Whether you had a natural birth, a C-section or an assisted vaginal delivery, you may find that after having a
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Start swatting up on the terms your doctor and midwife will be using when you give birth. By Lisa Witepski
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When you and your partner feel ready to be intimate again, these tips will help get you back on track.
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If only there was a guide outlining how to behave in the birthing room. In the absence of such a
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Looking for a new birth control method that won’t influence your quality of life? The Copper Pearls could be your
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While your body has miraculously grown and birthed a beautiful baby, it might feel swollen, sore and downright strange. Here’s
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A tear down there can be extremely uncomfortable. Try these eight remedies to help soothe stitches to your perineum. By
Want to avoid a hospital birth, but afraid to have your baby at home? A birth centre might be the
D-Day coming up? Time to make some choices that will have a significant impact on your baby’s health. By
Registered midwife Pippa Hime explains what you need to know, and what you can do, if your baby is breech.
Still an emerging science, but with immense possibilities, stem-cell research is shrouded in many myths and misconceptions.
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Creating a birth plan is an important part of your pregnancy journey, but your baby may have plans of her
Knowing what to expect during labour makes for a less stressful delivery, so we’re spilling the beans on some common