Want to go epi-less and have a drug-free natural birth? Read on, dear mummies-to-be, to find out how you can! 1. Have a plan, but be flexible! A birth plan is extremely useful, ...
You’re coming to the end of your pregnancy, and you’ve had it with the heartburn and heavy breathing. You’ve been crossing off the days on your calendar and are counting down...
The thought of tearing the vaginal walls at child birth is one that scares many expectant mothers. Many women experience second degree perineal tears and these occur between the an...
When you are getting closer to your due date, you will notice your cervix dilating and softening to prepare for giving birth and this happens even before labor pains begin. The fas...
Hospital bags – this is your ‘go-bag’ filled with essential items when you’re finally ready to give birth to baby. It makes things a lot easier, especially if you’re not ...
Childbirth is a special time for both mum and dad, and having a birth plan allows you to openly communicate with your ob-gyn and healthcare team about your wishes for the labour an...
Having caesarean sections is becoming a much more common method for giving birth in many countries around the world – and Singapore isn’t an exception to the rule. C-sections a...
Epidural anaesthesia is quite possibly the most popular pain relief method during labour! If you wish to be as comfortable as possible during your labour and delivery process, an e...
Having a baby is hard work, and part of that work is getting through the pain. But don't panic. There are more ways than ever to manage that pain, and you don't have to choose just...
Many mums shun the idea of getting a caesarean because of the misinformation circulating about the procedure. Truth is, it is not as scary and harmful as you think it is! Here’s ...