Labour and Normal Delivery

They appear to be influenced by fear and anxiety levels, experience with prior childbirth, cultural ideas of childbirth and pain, mobility during labour and the support given during labour.

Fertilisation and Pregnancy Development

Within 5 minutes, sperm may move from the vagina, through the cervix into the uterus, and to the funnel-shaped end of a fallopian tube—the usual site of fertilization.

Folic Acid and its Importance in Pregnancy

Fortified breakfast cereals, enriched grain products, and vitamins contain a synthetic form of folic acid. The synthetic form is more easily absorbed by your body than the natural form.

Travelling Safely and Comfortably in Pregnancy

The idea of travelling when you’re pregnant may seem daunting at first. Wondering whether you should fly in your second or third trimester? Are seat belts and air bags safe when you're pregnant?

Downward Facing Dog (Adho Mukha Svanasana) Yoga Pose Benefits

The pose is highly effective in strengthening ankles, toes and knees while stretching the shoulders, back and calves. It lengthens the muscles, thus, increasing the range of motion and flexibility.

Tadasana (Mountain Pose) Yoga Pose Benefits

This movement helps to create length and space in the spine, which can be compressed during pregnancy. It lifts the spirits, helping to treat depression and boosts self-confidence.

Adequate Nutrition During Pregnancy

Pregnant women are advised to pay attention to the foods they eat during pregnancy, such as soft cheese and certain fish, in order to reduce the risk of exposure to substances or bacteria that may be harmful to the developing fetus.

Group B Streptococcus (GBS) Infection in Pregnancy

To reduce the risk of infection in pregnant women and newborns, cultures are taken from pregnant women during late pregnancy, and intravenous antibiotics are given to those with positive cultures.

Managing Stress During Pregnancy

Most pregnant women who are experiencing emotional problems during pregnancy do not get any help from their doctor, nurse or midwife.

Rheumatoid Arthritis in Pregnancy

Women with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) should discuss their desire to become pregnant with an arthritis specialist (rheumatologist) and an obstetrical care provider before trying to become pregnant.


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