Childbirth might be a miracle but it might not feel that way during delivery! This is because most new mothers do not know what to expect when they arrive at their hospital birth. Some actions of the medical staff can take them by surprise. Other events that take place during delivery might even upset an unsuspecting mum to be. So, congrats that you are expecting but that was the easy part.
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A natural birth is a wonderful thing because it doesn’t involve any drugs, constant monitoring, or intervention from strangers, even if they are the medical staff.
If you want a natural birth for your first child, then here are some things that can help:
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When it comes to your baby’s birth weight, first-time parents want it to be average! Anything on the extreme end can make them fret. If the baby doesn’t weight a lot, they start thinking it might be sick. A weight that is too high puts them on the path of worrying about obesity.
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Women really are amazing creatures when you think of what we deal with through life! So let’s talk about the yukky bodily functions women contend with post birth.
Let’s assume you’ve had a natural birth. The 3 main things you are going to have to contend with post delivery is Pee, Poo and Blood!
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In this under 3-minute read, we are going to clear up some of the misinformation out there about natural childbirth.
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The second article in our Induction
series and is on using a Foley’s Catheter to induce labour. Again, this piece is part of our series aimed at being read in 3 minutes or less
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Babies can develop skin rashes even when they are just a few days old! Don’t let most rashes worry you because they will go away on their own.
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