Chances are the only thing you know about childbirth is that it hurts. And that's enough to scare anybody. One way of dealing with your worry is by getting informed.
Whether it's a planned or an emergency caesarean, the procedure and the outcome are the same. You'll have a 15-cm-long scar along your bikini line and your baby in your arms.
What do we really need? You’re not alone in asking that question. Read on to find out the answer.
Your LMC will be a really important person in your life over the next few months. He/She is the one responsible for monitoring your health, answering all your questions and being your sounding board.
Choosing a name can be one of the biggest challenges – and one of the most fun things – you’ll face during pregnancy. Here are some tips for that very important decision.
Pregnancy affects women's skin in all sorts of ways. It may be greasier than usual, have a rash, stretch marks or pigmentation - all because of the hormones and other changes taking place in your body.
About half of all pregnant women report feeling nauseous during pregnancy. It's due to a combination of a drop in blood sugar levels and/or fluctuating pregnancy hormones. And it can be really, really tough.
It's never too early to prepare for the birth.
A baby carrier "front pack" or sling is a wonderful accessory during the first months. Your baby gets to snuggle up close, while you get a bit more freedom.
Because of its nutritional value, fish is great to eat when you're pregnant. It contains important fatty acids which are crucial to the development of your baby's brain. So eat away - with a few provisos!
A lot of pregnant women experience back pain and pain in the pelvis. Here are some things you can do to ease the pain.
Mange gravide kvinner får smerter i rygg og bekken. Her er noen tips til hva du kan gjøre for å redusere smerten.