During pregnancy you do have a few hundred questions about safely carrying the baby to full term. One of the questions you probably have may involve infections of the urinary tract and how they would affect the health of your baby.
Pregnancy is an exciting moment to cherish, but there are things to keep in mind for situations that are less than favorable. To prepare you for the range of possibilities, we’ll cover Antenatal Care and Prenatal Visits in this article.
About 1 in every 3 newborns in the US are delivered by C-section. Every woman should learn about C-sections even if they’re hoping for a traditional vaginal birth. It never hurts to be informed and prepared just in case.
Childbirth myths are rooted in cultures, traditions, superstitions, and general hearsay, and these myths have been passed down through the ages. We will take a look at seven of the more common myths related to pregnancy and childbirth.
When my 10 year-old-was born 3 months early and started her 8-month NICU stay, I never imagined how different life would end up being. While most moms take their baby home before a week, we had to wait over a month just to hold her.
Getting pregnant and expecting a baby is an exciting time for many women. Due dates can vary because every pregnancy is different. Some babies may arrive early, and others take their time to make their entrance.
Weight gain can be a tricky subject to tackle during pregnancy. From surviving morning sickness, to dealing with cravings and aversions, to satisfying the seemingly never-ending hunger, gaining the ideal amount of weight during pregnancy can be a difficult task.
Childbirth is a natural part of creation, and biological women alone are able and privileged to experience this phenomenal feat of bringing new life into the world. The natural process of giving birth is truly remarkable, however, medical intervention became a necessity to reduce infant mortality rates.