A fascinating new study is shedding light on how simply holding your partner's hand can go beyond emotional reassurance and actually ease physical pain
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Whether you have a vaginal delivery or take an epidural or have a C-section, you will experience shaking before labour.
When labour is prolonged, bacteria will penetrate the foetal side of the placenta.
According to the WHO, more than 60% of preterm births occur in Africa and South Asia. Find out the signs of preterm labour, the risk factors and more
Some unpalatable events occur during childbirth, and one of them is a fairly regular occurrence with first-time vaginal deliveries called childbirth tears.
Want to give birth to your baby as soon as possible? Check out this article by a mum who tried 14 ways to induce an early labour and her thoughts about the methods she used.
The fear of childbirth is a real thing. But you can relax. Experts share 8 of women's biggest fears, and why you shouldn't worry. We think you should listen to them.
Usually, labour begins naturally at the end of your pregnancy term. But sometimes you would need to undergo an induction
The process of Cervical dilation near delivery usually happens at the end of the third trimester. Do you know what needs be done, mums?
Did you know that there are pregnant women who have a phobia for blood and needles? The phobia of blood in pregnancy is called hemaphobia.