Writing a birth plan can be a shared responsibility. A dad-to-be can help by discussing what their partner wants when it comes to labour and birth, including pain relief.
Expecting a baby doesn’t mean you must spend nine months on the sofa with your favourite biscuits, unfortunately. While a few biscuits won’t hurt, moving is actually great for you and your baby.
Gestational diabetes is usually temporary and can be treated. From lifestyle changes and monitoring to medication, we look at ways you can help control your blood sugar levels during pregnancy.
Whether you’re keen to get back to it or avoiding it for fear of disturbing the baby with your activities. We have all the information you need, from safety and positions to bringing on labour.
Here we talk about things you can try out to help prevent yourself getting constipation while you’re pregnant. We discuss how you can make small changes to your lifestyle to help avoid constipation in pregnancy. These changes might also help relieve symptoms if you already have constipation.
Gestational diabetes is a type of diabetes that can develop during pregnancy. It’s temporary and should go away after your baby is born. We discuss what it is and what this means for you and your baby.